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Wisconsin Independent Volleyball League

 

 

We will organize meets on

seven consecutive Saturdays:

 

April 5, April 12, April 19,

 

April 26, May 3, May 10, and May 17, 2014

Spring 2014 Enrollment Form

The Enrollment Form to participate in the Spring 2014 season of the WIVL must be submitted by March 15, 2014.

Fees / Hosting Credits

For the Spring 2014 season, teams will be charged $24 per match to play and the host will receive a hosting credit of $14 per team per match.

Questions Contact:

Tracie Tilton

715-749-9048 or tracie@gnbl.org

 

Terri Green

715-386-4317 or terri@gnbl.org

 

Flexible Scheduling

On the enrollment form, you can opt to have your team play three, four, five or more matches per day.

 

  • If you choose to play three matches, your matches will likely be scheduled in three consecutive time slots, or usually over no more than four time slots, so that your team is making only a half-day commitment.  However, please note Section B-4 of the League Rules:  we cannot consistently guarantee a specific team that their matches each Saturday will all be in the morning or all in the afternoon.

 

  •  If you choose to play four matches a day, these will likely be scheduled over five to six time slots, with some back-to-back matches and some one time-slot breaks between matches.

 

  • If you choose to play five matches a day, in most cases you’re looking at a full day commitment (e.g., 8:00 a.m., 8:30 a.m. or 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or 5:00 p.m.), with five matches over a six, seven or eight time-slot day.  The length of your day, however, will depend on how many courts are being used by the host team that day, how many other teams are in attendance and how many other grades are being hosted on that day by the host team.

 

  • If your team wants to play more than five matches per day, you aren’t likely to have any longer day than those teams playing five matches, but you will play more back-to-back matches.

 

See Paragraph B-3 of the League Rules for an example of how flexible scheduling works with thirteen teams playing on three surfaces, where five teams play three matches each, three teams play four matches each, four teams play five matches each and one team plays seven matches.

 

Hosting

When hosting, a community needs a minimum of two playing surfaces for a full day for one grade (first match starting between 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., last match starting sometime between 3:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m., depending on attendance at that meet).  A community can also host a meet for one grade on three playing surfaces on the same Saturday.  If a host has three, four or more playing surfaces, it can host meets for multiple grades on the same date.