|Division||General Comments||Skill Summation|
|A||Highly Skilled USA Volleyball-type Competition||Players play and train year-round
Players have trained extensively on individual volleyball skills
Dominant middle hitting/blocking
High velocity spiking
Float, jump float, high-velocity jump serving
Sophisticated offensive systems (stacks/tandems; quick and shoot sets; back-row attack)
Sophisticated defensive systems (perimeter; rotation; etc.)
|BB||Skilled USA Volleyball-type Competition||
Players have trained considerably on individual volleyball skills
"6-2","5-1", and "4-2" offenses
Some organized plays, quicksets, shoots
|B||Skilled Recreational Competition||
Players have trained some on individual volleyball skills
Designated setter (4-2 and 6-2 offenses)
Some double blocking
Very advanced recreational play
|CC||Semi-skilled Recreational Competition||
Players have limited training on individual volleyball skills
Handling/setting calls are not strict
Basic volleyball skills
Limited volleyball experience or training
Handling/setting calls are not very strict
Basic volleyball skills
- Players in the A division play and train year round, i.e. are active summer tournament and league participants. They have many years of volleyball skills training, both individually and with experienced coaches. Their experience and athleticism allows them to play a fast and powerful game. A majority of teams in these divisions are funded by the players.
- Some players in the BB division play year round. Players have a solid understanding of the game and individual volleyball skills, and the better BB teams can play competitively against some A division teams. A majority of teams in these divisions are funded by the players.
- The B division consists of players that know the game well enough to beat most recreational teams. The better B division teams can play competitively against some BB division teams.
- The CC division consists of players that are upper recreational level, and are starting to train on individual volleyball skills.
- The C division consists of players that are recreational level, or are new to organized volleyball and are learning basic skills.
- Most teams that have not played organized volleyball for long, have a tendency to over-estimate their skill levels and strengths. If in question of what league to play, contact one of the board members.