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2020 Wyoming Tournaments

By WYSA 12/15/2019, 8:30am MST

Procedures

The following was decided at the state meeting in guidance to tournament procedures:

 

Tournament Schedule - 2020

It is a goal of WYSA to promote a tournament environment that offers ample competition among a variety of teams.

WYSA recognizes that Wyoming does not currently draw enough teams to effectively hold more than two tournaments on any given day.

Concerns have been raised that even with just two tournaments per day, competition is at times not effectively split to allow the best for Wyoming players. 

Competition to host a tournament has increased. In the best interest of Wyoming Volleyball players, the below procedures are set.

WYSA maintains a list of Tournament Host Club contact information and has that information available on the WYSA web page.  By August 1 of each year, it is the responsibility of each WYSA Tournament Host Club to update the WYSA Director of their correct contact information.

Starting in August, the WYSA Director will solicit tournament requests.

Clubs may initially vie for one “Location 1” tournament (consisting of one or two days of play on a set weekend), AND one “Location 2” tournament (consisting of one or two days of play on a set weekend).

Each tournament host may enter their tournament in alternate weekend positions.

Host clubs:

Will advise WYSA of any additional fees entailed at their tournament.

Will assure proper resources to run the tournament and limit over extending their tournament to the detriment of the players.

Should coordinate with other clubs to host in geographically different areas of the state.

Should coordinate with other clubs to split age divisions on two day tournaments - eg: If one club would host 10 and 12’s, the other club would host 14, 16, and 18’s on Saturday, then swap age divisions on Sunday.  

Should evaluate the need to limit the number of attending teams. There will be about 140 to 150 Wyoming teams, limiting each tournament to 70 teams would give a fair split, rather than a 110 and 40 split.

Should determine and advertise how they want to take registrations.

A “Tournament Team Roster Form” found on the state website under Resources, can be used.

The WYSA Board will be responsible for vetting and the sanctioning of WYSA tournaments. 

Clubs may write to the board expressing their host qualifications and special circumstances.

WYSA will sanction tournaments based on, but not limited to,  suggestions made by the Association members at the annual meeting, past tournament host performance, past tournament complaints, tournament host resources, tournament host plans, and ultimately what is best for the players.

WYSA will pay for AAU sanctioning of the tournament series, two Grand Prix events and one Super Regional event.  The host club will pay any late event fees incurred.

WYSA will advertise all sanctioned tournaments.

Wyoming will strive to hold one conclusion tournament representing as many teams as possible.

WYSA does not prohibit clubs from hosting tournaments independent of WYSA. 

VOTE: The WYSA Tournament Season will start on March 14 and conclude on May 17.

The completed schedule is still being completed.

Wyoming AAU Competitions

By WYSA 12/23/2018, 11:45am MST

WYSA Member clubs can apply to host the following Competition Types

 

 

a. National Championship

b. National Invitational/National Committee

c. Super Regional Championship - Grand Prix and Super Regional Tournaments are National AAU Events, Licensed by AAU.  Super Regional Championship events are an extension of the national championship qualifying process. AAU member clubs may send teams to any Super Regional. There is no limit to the number of Super Regional Championship events in which a team may compete.   Winning teams will earn a free or discounted entry fee for the AAU National Championships, the West Coast Championships, or the Volleyball Festival.

d. Grand Prix Championship - Grand Prix and Super Regional Tournaments are National AAU Events, Licensed by AAU.  Winning teams will earn a free or discounted entry fee for the AAU National Championships, the West Coast Championships, or the Volleyball Festival.

e. Regional Championship - Wyoming and surrounding states

f. District Championship - District of Wyoming

g. Inter-District - Sub-groups of the District of Wyoming

h. Local Tournament / Invitational - Open to those invited.

i. Leagues - Geared to all of Wyoming as Wyoming operates as one league under WYSA.

 
 

WYSA LAUNCHES A CAMPS AND CLINICS PAGE

By WYSA 12/16/2018, 11:45am MST

WYSA members can now advertise their camps and clinics statewide.

Find Wyoming Camps and Clinics.

 

Visit the new WYSA Camps and Clinics page to find Wyoming camps and clinics.  

 

WYSA members can now advertise their camps and clinics statewide.  Hosts can easily register their camp or clinic for immediate publication onto the WYSA web page.

 

WYSA Launches a Facebook Page

By WYSA 11/24/2018, 9:30am MST

Wyoming Youth Sports Association has launched a Facebook Page.   In efforts to facilitate better communication around the state, WYSA created the Wyoming Volleyball Facebook page. Share events with Wyoming Volleyball and watch for future Wyoming Volleyball information via Facebook.

WYSA Launches New Web Page

By WYSA 11/21/2018, 6:00pm MST

New Webpage

Wyoming Youth Sports has partnered with SportsEngine to provide a new, highly interactive, informative web page to foster the future of Wyoming Club Volleyball.

 

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