We built our volleyball program with four major skill levels categories: Recreational (C), Intermediate (B), Upper-Intermediate (B+), and Competitive (A). Use this page to help you determine the best fit for you, then apply for approval for our higher levels if needed. Please allow up to 48 hours for approval. Recreational (C)-Just want to have fun!
3 years ago. AA, A, BB and B are levels of play. The levels defined below can blend from one level to the next depending on how people choose to sign up and what levels end up fielding full divisions. For example, if a team signs up for Men’s B based on the description below and no other teams sign up, that team may choose to compete at a higher level thereby skewing the definitions.
All Levels of Play! Middle and High School Volleyball. The first level of play to find structured competition and seasons of volleyball are... Club Volleyball. Oftentimes, more serious athletes and volleyball enthusiasts will look for other opportunities to... College Volleyball. College-level ...
"A" Level is Competitive "A" players know all the skills extremely well, but still often do not always execute the super-high level plays extremely effectively. "A" players will periodically have nearly fault free games, but generally make a few less than perfect or less than effective plays each game that should have been done better.
Volleyball league levels explained RECREATIONAL. The perfect choice for those who are brand new to the sport. For those who’ve always wanted to try... INTERMEDIATE. For the slightly more serious player! You have played volleyball before and can handle yourself in a game... COMPETITIVE. Go Mammoth ...
Whether you play on the beach or indoor, standing or sitting, there are opportunities across the country to test your skills against others. The USA Volleyball Championship Series, comprised of our four core indoor championship events (USA Volleyball Girls Junior, Girls 18s Junior, Boys Junior and Open National Championships), are the most competitive volleyball events in the country with top teams undergoing qualification to earn coveted bids on an annual basis.
Level: Elite. The Elite Level is for players willing to commit to training at a high level and to play in 8-10 tournaments in South Carolina and the Southeast area. Elite teams range in age from 12-18 and is for those who looking for a high level of competition and are willing to dedicate time to play volleyball and travel.
Volleyball: B/BB Softball: B/C Soccer: B. UPPER INTERMEDIATE (Upper Int) – High level of competition. The upper intermediate level is made up of players and teams who have played a while and are ready to stretch themselves competitively. Players tend to be fundamentally strong, teams organized and play is approached strategically. Competition tends to be of high quality. Volleyball: BB/A