AA, A, BB and B are levels of play. The levels defined below can blend from one level to the next depending on how people choose to sign up and what levels end up fielding full divisions. For example, if a team signs up for Men’s B based on the description below and no other teams sign up, that team may choose to compete at a higher level thereby skewing the definitions.
In addition, we have A-, B+, B-, C+, and C- skill level, which is a rating right before or after ...
Skill levels range from Intermediate to Proficient Veteran. The "BB" player should register for our Setter/Intermediate league. The best "BB" players may be ok playing in our Spiker/Advanced leagues. A- An "A" player: Elite high school, club, or college player. 9/10 passes go to the person they intend. They know all the skills extremely well.
If you’re looking for purely game play and matches then these are not the sessions for you. Please see either Intermediate or Competitive levels. INTERMEDIATE. For the slightly more serious player! You have played volleyball before and can handle yourself in a game situation. Matches are still social and fun, however they have a more competitive edge!
DIVISION C - This is our beginner league. If you're new to volleyball or would like to dust off the rust after not playing for a few years, this is the perfect division for you. This is a more relaxed league and players have fun without pressure. No doubles or lifts will be called in this division. We will only call net violations..
Level A/AA – Advanced-Expert / Level BBB – Intermediate-Advanced / Level BB – Intermediate / Level B – Intermediate-Beginner / Level C – Beginner-Recreational. Early Registration/Payment Deadlines Spring: April 6 / Summer: June 15 / Fall: August 15th *Fall is 5 weeks of regular play + one week playoff/position night (6 total weeks)
League Organizers Contact # Nets Level of Play Type of Play Seasons (contact for recent schedule) A/E Volleyball Association 6724 Second Avenue NW Seattle, Washington 98117-4831: Scott Baumler 206-782.8030 firstname.lastname@example.org: Indoors: 6 nets. Outdoors: up to 54 nets: A, BB, B, C: sixes/coed indoors: 4 levels with 12 teams outdoors: 6 levels with 12 teams each.
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