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2014-2015 Tryout Packet
Please print out and mail the pages below to
945 Sea Gull Drive, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464
before tryouts
Send an e-mail to [email protected] to let us know you are
planning to attend.
Tryout Checklist – Players must turn in all of the following in order to tryout:
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Signed 2014-2015 Tryout Information Form
Signed 2014-2015 Player-Parent Contract
Signed 2014-2015 Tournament Schedule Form
Signed/Notarized 2014-2015 USAV Medical Release Form
Copy of player’s birth certificate
Register/renew with USA Volleyball
https://webpoint.usavolleyball.org/wp15/IntraLock/Login.asp
$30 tryout fee, payable to MOUNT PLEASANT VOLLEYBALL
AGE GROUP:
2014-2015 Tryout Information Form
Player's Name________________________________________Age_________Date of Birth_______________________
BEST CONTACT NUMBER TO CALL REGARDING MVP TRYOUTS:
PARENT NAME and PHONE NUMBER
School __________________________________________________________
Years playing volleyball__________
Years playing Club volleyball________
What level do you play for your school? ___________
What position(s) have you played in the last year?___________
Height__________ Right/Left Handed_________________
What other sports do you play for your school or other organization?___________________________
Mailing Address:
_____________________________________________________________________________
Parent/Guardian:
_________________________Parent/Guardian: ___________________________________
Relationship:
_________________________Relationship:
E-mail Address:
_________________________E-mail Address: ___________________________________
Home Phone:
_________________________Home Phone:
___________________________________
Work Phone:
_________________________Work Phone:
___________________________________
Cell Phone:
_________________________Cell Phone:
___________________________________
___________________________________
TRYOUT SELECTION PROCESS
We understand the tryout process can be stressful for both players and their families. All players are individually and
fairly evaluated by a committee of coaches. Players are selected on a combination of factors including skill level,
position, attitude, physical fitness, and commitment level. Teams will be announced after tryouts and upon notification,
players/parents will have until the designated deadline date/time to accept an offered position and commit to MVP for
the season.
_______________________________ _______________
Player Signature
Date
_______________________________ ___________
Parent/Guardian Signature
Date
This contractual agreement (the “Contract”) is made and entered into, by, and between
Mount Pleasant Volleyball (MVP), doing business in and around Charleston County,
South Carolina, and the below Named Parent and Player as participants in the Mount
Pleasant Volleyball (MVP) program.
MVP Policies for Players
1. Playing for an MVP team is a commitment to the club for the 2014-2015 Junior Olympic
Volleyball Season which concludes at the end of USAV Nationals July 2015.
2. MVP players work hard at all practices and tournaments, taking the opportunity to learn from
coaches by having an open mind, listening, and being disciplined and coachable. MVP players
arrive at practices early enough to be dressed and ready to play at the start of their respective
court time.
3. Volleyball is a physically demanding sport. MVP players take care of themselves through proper
nutrition and rest, and report all injuries or illnesses to their coach. MVP has a zero tolerance
policy for drugs, alcohol, and tobacco and involvement in any of these activities is grounds for
immediate dismissal.
4. Volleyball is above all, a team sport. MVP players support their teammates and other members
of the club. MVP players are willing to play any position needed by the team. MVP players that
have concerns over team dynamics on the court discuss these with their coach.
5. MVP players follow curfews set by their coaches during any tournaments requiring overnight
travel.
6. As representatives of MVP and the community, MVP players show respect towards each-other,
their coaches, and tournament officials, as well as towards the players, coaches and parents of
other clubs at all times. They also obey all of the rules and policies of all practice and
tournament facilities.
7. MVP players notify their coach if they are going to be absent or late for a practice and
understand that a consequence of missing a practice or tournament may be reduced playing
time at the next tournament.
8. MVP does not guarantee equal playing time to each player at tournaments. Playing time at
tournaments depends upon a variety of factors including skill level, position, effort at practice,
and opponent. MVP players that have a concern about playing time or position discuss with
their coach what they can specifically work on in order to earn increased court time.
9. MVP players are student-athletes. They understand that playing club volleyball is a substantial
time commitment. School work is their number one priority, followed second by MVP. Practice
and tournament schedules are provided well in advance. With appropriate time management,
these two priorities should not conflict.
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MVP Policies for Parents
1. Parents/guardians are responsible for getting their player to and from practices and
tournaments on time.
2. MVP requires that all players stay with parents/guardian or another team parent/guardian
during overnight travel. If a parent/guardian cannot attend an overnight tournament, it is that
family’s responsibility to arrange housing for the player.
3. MVP parents are supportive and encouraging of their player and the rest of the team at all
times. As representatives of MVP and the community, they show respect towards each other,
the coaches, and tournament officials, as well as towards the players, coaches and parents of
other clubs. They also obey all of the rules and policies of practice and tournament facilities.
4. MVP parents appreciate that only the Head Coach or team captain may question an official.
5. At tournaments, MVP parents help their player stay focused on the team and on the task at
hand by entrusting the coaching to the coaches. Parents will not approach coaches to discuss
playing time, line-ups, or other coaching decisions during competition days. Concerns about
playing time, position, or team dynamics should be discussed between players and their coach.
6. MVP parents understand that if they do not agree with the coaching methods, style, or decisions
at MVP, that they may withdraw their player at any time, but will not receive a refund and will
be responsible for paying the full dues amount for the season.
Financial Obligations
1. Parents/guardians of MVP players are committing their financial support for the entire club
season and are responsible for all program fees even if the player misses a practice or
tournament, or chooses to leave the program before the end of the season. Fees cover the
following items for teams through April 19, 2015 (12U) or May 3, 2015 (13U and older):
coaching, court fees, team equipment, tournament entry fees, and uniform jerseys. Fees do not
cover travel, lodging, or food for players or their families. Fees also do not cover optional team
gear such as bags or warm-ups. Program fees may be paid in installments according to the
following table of due dates. Accounts greater than 15 days past due are subject to a $50 late
fee, and the player will not be allowed to participate in any practices or tournaments until fees
are paid.
First Practice
Jan 11th , 2015
FMar 8th , 2015
Total
12U
13U-18U
$600
$400
$200
$850
$500
$375
$1200
$1725
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2. If an MVP team qualifies for, and chooses to attend post season tournaments including AAU or
USAV Junior Nationals, the club will calculate the additional payment required from each family
to cover the cost of tournament entry as well as coaching and practice space through the end of
June.
3. MVP players are provided uniform jerseys which are to be returned to the club at the end of the
season. A fee of $50 will be charged to the player’s family for a jersey that is lost, damaged, or
not returned.
4. Each MVP team is responsible for the volleyballs that it brings to a tournament. A replacement
fee of $40 will be shared equally among the members of a team for each ball that is not returned
to the club.
5. If a check is returned for insufficient funds, a $25 fee will be charged to the players account, and
all future payments must be made by cashier’s check or money order.
6. Refunds: Fees paid to MVP are non-refundable after a player has accepted a position on an MVP
team. The reason that fees cannot be refunded is that once a player commits to the program,
MVP spends the majority of the team budget in the first few weeks to cover gym expenses,
league Fees, equipment purchases, tournament entries, uniforms, etc- all expenses that are non
refundable to MVP.
7. Refund exceptions may be made due to a season ending injury as a direct result of participating
in a sanctioned Club event, serious illness, or relocation out of the area. In this instance, pro-rata
refunds MAY be granted with a written request, to the Director, accompanied by a physician’s
report, where applicable. In the case of injury or illness, The Club must receive a signed
statement from a physician that states the player cannot participate in volleyball and the
duration that they are unable to participate.
8. Approved pro-rata refunds will be granted according to the above payment schedule. For
example, a player sustaining a season-ending injury before Jan 11 will not be required to make
the final two payments. If they have already paid in full, that amount will be refunded. If they
were injured after Jan 11, but before March 8, they would not be responsible for the final
payment.
We certify that ALL parties have read ALL sections of the above agreement. Upon accepting a spot
on an MVP team and committing to MVP for the 2014-2015 volleyball season, we agree to abide by
the rules, guidelines, and commitments set forth in this document.
Player Name
(Print)
Player Signature
Date
Parent/Guardian Name
(Print)
Parent/Guardian
Signature
Date
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13s-18s Tournament Schedule 2014-2015
DATE
Sat-Sun
Jan 3–4
Sat
Jan 10
Sat-Mon
Jan 17–19
Saturday
Jan 24
Sat-Sun
Jan 31-Feb 1
Saturday
Feb 7
Sat-Mon
Feb 14
Sat-Sun
Feb 21 -22
Sat-Sun
Feb 28-29
Sat-Sun
Mar 7-8
Sat-Sun
Mar 14-15
Sat-Sun
Mar 21-22
Saturday
Mar 28
Fri-Sun
Apr 3-5
Saturday
Apr 11
Saturday
Apr 18
Saturday
Apr 25
Sat-Sun
May 2-3
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June 6-7
June 18-22
June 24-July 3
TOURNAMENT
TEAMS
SAVL
All Teams
COMMITTED
(circle one)
COMMIT / CONFLICT
OFF
Monument City Classic
(Richmond, VA)
All Teams
COMMIT / CONFLICT
OFF
SAVL
All Teams
COMMIT / CONFLICT
OFF
OVA – Presidents’ Day
(Orlando, FL)
Beast of the Southeast
(Atlanta, GA)
Teams will attend OVA unless
invited to BEAST
SAVL
All Teams
MAPL or Southern Classic
(Raleigh, NC or Upstate, SC)
MAPL invitations are confirmed in
December
14-Gold; others as invited
COMMIT / CONFLICT
COMMIT / CONFLICT
COMMIT / CONFLICT
COMMIT / CONFLICT
OFF
Dixie Classic
(Spartanburg or Myrtle Beach)
All Teams
COMMIT / CONFLICT
OFF
Big South
(Atlanta, GA)
All Teams
COMMIT / CONFLICT
OFF
OFF
MVP Intra-Club Tournament
OFF
SAVL Power Championships
(Myrtle Beach, SC)
End of Regular Season
Coastal Classic – AAU Qualifier
(Myrtle Beach, SC)
AAU National Championship
(Orlando, FL)
USAV National Championship
(New Orleans, LA)
All Teams
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Optional – TBD by the team in
March
Optional – TBD by the team in
March
Must win Big South to earn an
invitation.
COMMIT / CONFLICT
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
SAVL Tournaments will be hosted by the clubs in our league, mostly in Columbia, Myrtle Beach,
Greenville, and Spartanburg. See www.savl.org for more information.
Please circle “COMMIT” or “CONFLICT” in the column on the right for each tournament weekend to
let us know that you are committed to attend that weekend. Please consider all possible conflicts
including, but not limited to Spring Break (4/4), SAT Tests (5/2), school trips, other sports, band, chorus,
orchestra, drama, confirmation.
Parent Signature
Player Signature
THIS FORM IS TO BE CARRIED TO ALL SANCTIONED COMPETITIONS & PRACTICES.
2014-2015 USAV YOUTH & JUNIOR VOLLEYBALL PLAYER
MEDICAL RELEASE FORM
This must be completed - legibly - and signed in all areas by both the player and his/her parent or guardian. I understand and agree that this
document will be kept in the possession of authorized adult team personnel and that reasonable care will be used to keep this information
confidential. By signing this form the participant affirms having read and agreed to the terms and conditions listed below.
Club:
Team Name:
 Male
First Name
Last Name
Primary Contact: Parent or Guardian
Name:
 Female
Age
Address:
City, State & Zip
Alternate Phone:
Primary Phone:
Secondary Contact:  Parent/Guardian
Name:
Primary Phone:
Birth Date
Other
Alternate Phone:
Primary Insurance Co
Primary Group/Policy #
Family Physician Name
Physician Phone
/
Please elaborate on any medical conditions of which we should be aware:
Please list any medications currently being taken:
In the past 24 months, have you been tested, diagnosed and/or treated for a concussion:  Yes  No
If yes, provide the date (months and year), who performed the testing/diagnosing/treatment and what was the outcome:
Please list any allergies:
If None, please write None.
Participant Signature
Date:
(regardless of age):
Participant,
, has my permission to participate in training,
competition, events, activities and travel sponsored by USA Volleyball or any of its Regional Volleyball Associations (RVAs). I approve
of the leaders who will be in charge of this program. I recognize that the leaders are serving to the best of their ability. I certify that the
participant has full medical insurance with the company listed above. I understand and agree that this document will be kept in the
possession of authorized adult team personnel and that reasonable care will be used to keep this information confidential. I agree to
allow the authorized adult team personnel to release this information in the event of a medical emergency to a third party medical
provider. I also certify to the best of my knowledge that the participant named hereon is physically fit to engage in the activities
described above.
Parent/Guardian Signature:
Relationship to Participant:
Date:
If, during the course of my daughter's/son's activities in volleyball, she/he should become ill or sustain an injury, I hereby authorize you
to obtain emergency medical/dental care. I will assume financial responsibility for the bills incurred through my insurance company.
Signature:
Date:
Parent/Guardian
or
I do not authorize emergency medical/dental care for my daughter/son.
Signature:
Date:
Parent/Guardian
STATE OF
) COUNTY OF
SWORN TO BEFORE ME, a Notary Public, by said
to me this
day of
)
personally known
,20
My Commission Expires
Notary Public
Revised 06/24/2014

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