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Arizona Region Instructional Fall League

The Arizona Region will be offering the Fall League Instructional Program for those boys and girls in 5th - 12th grades that want to learn to play volleyball or increase their skills and are not playing for their school team in the Fall. Registration day is Monday, Sept 15th at from 6 - 8 pm at Court One Athletics - 9100 S. McKemy Street, Tempe, AZ 85284.

The Fall League will offer training and play for 6 weeks leading up to club tryouts. The sessions will run from 6 pm - 8 pm each Monday from Sept 15th to Oct 27th. The cost is $150 for the League. Fee includes 6 instructional sessions and a Fall League T-shirt.

All participants must be a 2015 registered member of the AZ Region of USA Volleyball. The cost is $55 for a Junior Membership. 2015 registration opens on September 1st. Register through the Webpoint system.

Fall League Flyer > > > Fall League Registration Form > > >

For more information contact the Arizona Region Office at 480-626-6740 or

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Membership Fees Are Changing

The Arizona Region has kept our membership and tournament entry fees at the same prices for the past 6 years. With the downturn in the economy we did not want to increase our fees even though our costs have risen over the same period. We have absorbed increases from USAV for insurance, office and court costs have risen, underwrote new programming in the Region and increased the size of other programming in the Region without increaseing our fees. We can no longer absorb these costs without increasing our fees. Effective with the 2015 season start the membership fees will rise $5 across all membership types.

The girls membership fee structure is also changing. In the past the girls paid $25 to register and attend fall camps and clinics offered by clubs as well as tryouts. Once a girl made a club, the club collected the additional $25 to make the membership full. The club then forwarded the membership fees to the Region with their team registrations. For 2015, the girls will pay the full memberhip of $55 at the time of registration in Webpoint. For any player that does not go on to make a team with a club, a refund can be requested. Once registration is complete in February and the player does not show up on a roster, a $30 refund will be given.

CDC Heads Up Concussion Heads Up Concussion Education Is Here

With the backing of the National Football League many states have enacted a "Concussion Law" aimed at educating the schools, coaches, players and parents to what concussions really are - A BRAIN INJURY. Senate Bill 1520 was signed into law by Governor Jan Brewer. In effect what this law does is require that all student athletes and youth sports associations that use school facilities inform coaches, parents and players as to the signs and symptoms of concussion and what to do if you think you might have one.

Since the Arizona Region uses school facilities as host sites for our volleyball tournaments we now have a requirement that each parent, player and coach be educated about concussions. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has put together Fact Sheets for Coaches, Players and Parents. We require a form from each player and their parent or legal guardian that acknowledges that they have read the form and respective Fact Sheets and understand what a concussion is. This form (which requires signatures of both the player and parent) will be turned into club who will turn it over to the Region office to be kept on file until the players are the age of majority plus 2 years - which is 20 years of age. The coaches will be educated on the signs and symptoms of concussion in their IMPACT training as well as receive a copy of the Coaches Fact Sheet for their education. Anyone participating in high school sports has already had to view the 20 minute NFHS concussion education clinic online, however, we still need the signed form for our records.

Please print off the Fact Sheets and the Acknowledgement Form below, read the Fact Sheets, sign the form and turn into your club with the other club related paperwork following tryouts.

If you have any questions about this form or procedures, please contact the Region office.

2015 Acknowledgement Form 7.14

To learn more about concussions check these websites:

A Free 20 minute concussion education course can be taken at

NFL Concussion Education Information -


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