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Palm Beach Jrs
Presents
The 2015 MIAMI BEACH VOLLEYFEST
Dear Teams and Coaches:
Welcome to the New Year Season Kickoff held at the
Miami Beach Convention Center. Palm Beach Jrs is
proud to host this annual USA Volleyball event. This
event will feature 136 Junior’s team teams playing a 2day format.
Palm Beach Jrs hopes you have a great time here in
Ft Lauderdale. Good luck in the competition. Have fun
and play hard.
Palm Beach Jrs would like to offer a special thanks to
the staff of the Broward County Convention Center for
helping to make this year’s event a success.
We would like to thank Lake Worth Christian, Palm
Beach State College for their continued support.
Sincerely:
Palm Beach Jrs
Directors and Coaches:
The pool play start times are now on the website www.palmbeachjrs.com. Also, please fill
in the team check-in sheet before you sign in for the tournament.
Team Check-in will be Friday, January 16, 2015, from 6:00 PM until 7:00 PM at the
Convention Center. If you cannot check in Friday, please arrive 1 hour before your wave
(7:00 AM for AM wave and 1:00 PM for PM wave). You will need a Webpoint or AES Roster
and this form and Emergency Medical Form to check-in. Medical forms will be checked.
Check-In Information Sheet:
Note: In the event of an emergency or matter related to competition, the below
information is requested:
Event: 2015 Miami Beach Volleyfest
Team
Name:_____________________________________________________________________
Head Coach’s
Name:____________________________________________________________________
Head Coach’s Cell Phone #:______________________________
Team
Hotel:_____________________________________________________________________
Team Hotel Phone #:_______________________________
Coach’s Room #:__________
Team Travel
Planner:___________________________________________________________________
What name was your reservations made
under:______________________________________________
How many people in your total team party: (Coaches, Players, and
Parents)________________________
How many rooms total did you book for your
stay:____________________________________________
Number of nights at hotel:_______
Does this include your parent rooms: Y or N If No, name and contact number of team
parent we can contact for
information:________________________________________________________________
_
EACH TEAM MUST FILL OUT THIS FORM AND TURN IT IN AT TEAM CHECK-IN EVEN IF YOU
ARE NOT STAYING AT A HOTEL. THIS FORM MUST BE TURNED IN WITH YOUR ROSTERS
BEFORE YOU PLAY!
Any questions please contact the Tournament Check-in representative Kris Ebel at
(561)718-3716.
NO COOLERS, FOOD
OR
DRINKS ARE TO BE
BROUGHT INTO THE
BROWARD COUNTY
CONVENTION
CENTER
Coolers that are found in the Miami Beach Convention
Center will be confiscated and held until the end of your
pool play.
Water bottles with water only will be allowed at
courtside.
No food or drink will be allowed
on or by the sport courts.
2015 Miami Beach Volleyfest
GENERAL TOURNAMENT INFORMATION
The tournament is broken down into 2 parts for all divisions. Preliminary pool play and
elimination playoffs.
All play will be match play best 2 out of 3 games. Games 1 & 2 will be rally score to 25
with no cap. If required, game 3 will be a 15 point rally score game with no cap. The
third game is only played if needed to decide the match. Teams will switch sides at 8
points in the third game.
THREE TEAM POOLS
Some 3 team pools will play 3 games to 25. The 3rd game must be played. Some 3 team
pools have crossover matches that will count for seeding. These matches are 2 out of 3.
AWARDS
1st and 2nd place teams in Gold will receive a trophy. 1st place trophies will be awarded
for Silver and Bronze Divisions.
MATCH AND FORFEIT TIMES
The FIRST MATCH of any round or wave will not begin before its' scheduled time.
Within a wave, a round may be advanced no more than ten (10) minutes from the
scheduled starting time. The last round of the wave may be advanced more than the
specified 10 minutes if all participants are in agreement (includes both playing teams, and
the officiating team).
The forfeit time for the first game will be 10 minutes following the scheduled starting
time. The forfeit time for the next game will 15 minutes later.
WARM-UP
•
•
There will be no shared hitting during warm-ups
For all matches of the pool the warm-up time will be 2-4-4. 2 minutes for shared
ball handling, 4 minutes for the serving team to have the entire court and 4
minutes for the receiving team to have the entire court. Serving must be done
during the time that each team has the court.
OFFICIATING RESPONSIBILITIES
Each team is responsible for: 1 second official. 2 linespersons, 1 official scorekeeper, 1
libero scorekeeper, and 1 visible Scoreboard keeper. Failure to provide officiating for
your next assigned match could result in a forfeit of the first game of your next match.
For every minute your officiating team is late, 1 point is given to the opponent in
your match, up to 25-0 forfeit. No more than 25 points will be awarded to the
team's next opponent, even if the team designed to officiate misses the entire match.
The clock begins at the end of warm up. The second offense will result in the loss of
your next match.
Pool play assignments - The work team for each pool will be designated within
the pool schedule.
Elimination bracket assignments - Teams who will officiate in the first round on
the same court on which they are to play will be outlined
in the bracket.
The losing team will remain on their court to officiate the next match. If there is a
conflict with officiating the last match and travel arrangements, a team
representative must make prior arrangements with the tournament desk. Teams,
who leave early and do not officiate the next elimination bracket match, may
jeopardize their entry into the 2010 Fort Lauderdale Invite Tournament.
PROTEST PRECEDURE
If a protest is to be filed it must be done at the time of the incident, no later. Only the
floor captain may file a protest. The protest must be written on the score sheet by the
scorer or official and must be signed by both the floor captain and the referee. The
protested game will be completed but before the next game begins the protest must be
ruled upon. A protest cannot be filed after the completion of the match. Judgement calls
may NOT be protested.
RESULTS AND INFORMATION
ALL POSTING WILL BE DONE AT THE Miami Beach Convention Center. Also the
division will be updated on the Palm beach Juniors website. BEFORE LEAVING THE
SITE BE SURE TO CHECK CAREFULLY YOUR POSITION IN THE POOL. IF IN
DOUBT, WAIT FOR THE OFFICIAL TOURNAMENT POSTING. SITE DIRECTOR
WILL NOT BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR MISCOMMUNICATIONS OR
SCHEDULE INTERPRETATIONS. THE OFFICIAL TOURNAMENT POSTING AT
THE MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION CENTER IS THE ONLY SOURCE WHICH
WILL BE CONSIDERED SHOULD A DISPUTE ARISE.
COACHES
MAKE SURE YOU KNOW
WHERE YOU GO
ON SUNDAY
All tie breaker games will be played at the end of each wave. Do not leave the gym if you are in a
tie-breaking situation. Do not leave the gym until all pool play is finished. You could forfeit if
you leave before a tiebreaker.
It is each team's responsibility to determine their Saturday finish and to report to any officiating
responsibilities that they may have prior to their scheduled play on Sunday. Failure to report to your
appropriate court on Sunday will carry the penalties outlined in the officiating responsibilities. If you
are in doubt, please check with the SITE DIRECTOR or TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR..
TIE-BREAKING PROCEDURES
At the conclusion of a pool, teams in the pool will be ranked according to their match records. If a tie in match
records exists among two or more teams, tie(s) will be broken using the USA JOVC National Tie Break Formats
for competition in which there is an opportunity to win a bid. The following policies apply to all tie-breaking
situations:
•
Divisions playing 3-out-of-5 games. If there are more teams tied by match record for advancing positions
into the Gold Level than there are available positions, advancement will be decided by the win/loss ratio for
the total number of games played in the pool. If a tie still exists, the remaining tie-breaking procedures will be
followed.
•
All tie-breaking games will be played to 25 points, with one team winning by two points and no point cap.
•
In a tie breaker situation of three teams or more, if more than one team leaves the site, the remaining teams
will play for position. The teams that left will be placed lower than the team(s) that remained. The position of
all teams that left the site will be decided following the tie breaker procedure for non-gold division divisions
(game percentage, point w/l, and coin flip." YJOVD, GM Motion 8, May 2006)
Two-way Ties (two teams tied in match record)
The first place team will be the team that won the pool play match between the two tied teams (head-to-head).
This procedure will be used for all two-way ties, even when there is an opportunity to win a bid. The rationale is
that the tied teams have already determined the better team through head-tg-head competition.
Three-way Ties (three teams tied in match record)
There are several situations in which three-ways ties can occur. The resolution for each tie-breaking situation
depends on:
•
The number of teams that will advance from the pool.
•
Which pool placement finish is at stake for the tied teams.
•
For tie breaking purposes, all ties will be broken using match % as the first criteria including those cases
where a third set is played regardless of the outcome of the first two sets. (YJOVD, CC Motion August 2006)
Scenario One
No. Teams Advancing Pool Finish
1
First place
Applications
4-team pools: All teams have 2-1 match records
3-team pools: All teams have 1-1 match records
•
•
All three teams will participate in tie-breaking games. The seeds for the tie-breaking playoffs will be
determined in this order:
1.
Win/loss ratio of the total number of games played in the pool: Games won divided by total games played.
2.
Point percentage: Each team's total points scored divided by the total points scored by the team's
opponents in that pool.
3.
Coin toss.
Game 1: the #2 seed will play the #3 seed and the #1 seed will officiate. The loser of Game 1 will be third
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place in the pool and will officiate the next tie-breaking game.
•
Game 2: the winner of Game 1 will play the #1 seed and the loser of Game 1 will officiate. The winner of Game
2 will be first in the pool and the loser will be second.
If one of the teams in a three-way tied pool leaves the site before the determination that a tie-break is necessary,
that team will automatically become the third place team and the other two teams will play one tie-breaking game.
Scenario Two
No. Teams Advancing Pool Finish
2
Firstplace
Applications
4-team pools: All teams have 2-1 match records
3-team pools: All teams have 1-1 match records
•
The seeds for the tie-breaking playoffs will be determined in this order:
4.
Win/loss ratio of the total number of games played in the pool: Games won divided by total games
played.
5.
Point percentage: Each team's total points scored divided by the total points scored by the team's
opponents in that pool.
6.
Coin toss.
•
The #1 seed does not have a playoff game. The #1 seed finishes first in the pool.
•
The #2 seed will play the #3 seed and the #1 seed will officiate. The winner will be second place in the pool
and the loser of this game will be third place in the pool.
If one of the teams in a three-way tied pool leaves the site that team will be ranked third in the pool. The remaining
two teams will finish first and second in the pool based on the tie-break seeding process. No other penalty will be
applied and no tie-breaking game is played. (YJOVD, May 2006, Motion 8)
Scenario Three
Teams
Advancing
I Pool Finish
No. Teams
Advancing
Pool Finish
2
Second
placePlace
4Second
Applications
4-team pools: All teams have 1-2 match records
All three teams will participate in tie-breaking games. The seeds for the tie-breaking playoffs will be
determined in this order:
1.
Win/loss ratio of the total number of games played in the pool: Games won divided by total games
played.
2.
Point percentage: Each team's total points scored divided by the total points scored by the team's
opponents in that pool.
3.
Coin toss.
Game 1: the #2 seed will play the #3 seed and the #1 seed will officiate. The loser of Game 1 will be fourth
place in the pool and will officiate the next tie-breaking game.
Game 2: the winner of Game 1 will play the #1 seed and the loser of Game 1 will officiate. The winner of Game
2 will be first in the pool and the loser will be third.
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