6v6 Coed Volleyball

Thursdays • Advanced • Newton

Thursday Newton Volleyball (Int/Adv)

Play Coed 6 on 6 at the highest level in an awesome 3 court gym at The UMass Amherst Mt. Ida Campus in Newton just minutes from Route 9, I-95/128 and the VFW Parkway. If you are familiar with Yankee/USAV Volleyball teams tend to have players at the C+/B- and above level. Individuals will be put on a “free agent” list for teams in need of players.

League Details:

  • Coed 6 on 6 (Men’s net, 2 women min.)
    6 weeks of play, plus potential playoffs
    Play 8 games & ref 4 per week
    Includes dri-fit shirts & prizes
    Teams sign up 1 month in advance to save $50

Key Info:

  • Start Date: Jan 03, 2019
  • Day: Thursday
  • Times: Play 7-10pm
  • Location: Mt Ida College
  • Team Status: Open

    Open

    This activity is accepting registrations.  Payment will be processed immediately upon submission of your registration.

  • Indiv. Status: Holding Payment

    Holding Payment

    If buttons below note "Registration Closed," the activity will soon open to accept registrations.  If buttons below note "Register," this activity is accepting registrations, but payment processing may be delayed until we reach the minimum number of players needed to form a team, confirm team space, or in the case of travel, until space is confirmed.  Once the minimum is reached or space is confirmed, your payment will be automatically processed.  Upon registration, you are subject to the cancellation policy of this activity.

Thursday Newton Volleyball (Int/Adv)

Play Coed 6 on 6 at the highest level in an awesome 3 court gym at The UMass Amherst Mt. Ida Campus in Newton just minutes from Route 9, I-95/128 and the VFW Parkway. If you are familiar with Yankee/USAV Volleyball teams tend to have players at the C+/B- and above level. Individuals will be put on a “free agent” list for teams in need of players.

League Details:

  • Coed 6 on 6 (Men’s net, 2 women min.)
    6 weeks of play, plus potential playoffs
    Play 8 games & ref 4 per week
    Includes dri-fit shirts & prizes
    Teams sign up 1 month in advance to save $50

Key Info:

  • Start Date: Jan 03, 2019
  • Day: Thursday
  • Times: Play 7-10pm
  • Location: Mt Ida College
  • Team Status: Open

    Open

    This activity is accepting registrations.  Payment will be processed immediately upon submission of your registration.

  • Indiv. Status: Holding Payment

    Holding Payment

    If buttons below note "Registration Closed," the activity will soon open to accept registrations.  If buttons below note "Register," this activity is accepting registrations, but payment processing may be delayed until we reach the minimum number of players needed to form a team, confirm team space, or in the case of travel, until space is confirmed.  Once the minimum is reached or space is confirmed, your payment will be automatically processed.  Upon registration, you are subject to the cancellation policy of this activity.

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Schedule & Standings
League Info

You will be placed on a free agent list, and your information will be provided to interested teams.  You will provide payment information, but no charges will be processed unless you get onto a team.

Individual: $105.00

BSSC Member Price: $80.00

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Team fee does not include $25/person non-member fees

New teams verify your level and space, email laura@bssc.com. See League Info tab for explanation of levels.

Full Team: $575.00

Deposit required: $200.00

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  • Explanation of Volleyball Levels

    REC (Recreational)
    This is backyard, family reunion, picnic type of volleyball where the players are just hitting it back and forth over the net any way they can. They are not concerned with proper form or using 3 hits etc. BSSC does not have a league for this level because there has not been enough interest.

    AB/LI (Advanced Beginner/Low Intermediate)
    At this level, players know that they are supposed to use the 3 hits allowed (pass, set & hit) each rally, but because of their skill level, they are unable to do it on a consistent basis. If there is a tough serve, they may just pass it over the net. If the setter gets a bad pass, they may bump set the ball or send it over the net. If a set isn’t perfect, hitters might tip or bump it over. Most teams are rotating and simply having whoever is in the middle front do the setting. There will be some teams toward the low intermediate level that will run a 4-2 or possibly a 6-2 offense where they use designated setters, and that setter is switching to a position on the court and always taking the second contact to set the hitters.

    LI (Low Intermediate)
    Teams are definitely setting each rally up with a pass, set & hit. They are more consistent at doing this than the teams in AB/LI. They are likely running an offense with a designated setter like a 5-1 or 6-2 or 4-2, and they are starting to play specific positions on the court for offense (i.e. outside (left side) hitter, middle hitter, right side hitter).

    INT (Intermediate)
    Teams are doing everything on a more consistent basis. Players play specific positions on BOTH offense and defense - middle, left side, right side, middle back defense etc. Teams will run plays with specific sets for each position…1’s, 2’s for the middles, 4’s & 5’s for the outsides, and maybe some back row sets.

    INT/ADV (Intermediate/Advanced)
    Teams are doing everything right and are working on doing specific things for their positions on the court.  Hitters can hit a variety of sets.  There may be some jump serving and double blocking.

    ADV (Advanced)
    Teams are doing everything right and as advanced as you can get.  There are back row attacks, jump serves, running stacks or X's, slides, shoots etc., and double blocking.  

     

  • Info for Teams

    CAPTAINS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL REGISTRATIONS, TEAM COMMUNICATIONS, PAYMENT OF LEAGUE FEES AND COLLECTION OF PAYMENTS FROM TEAMMATES. 

    Early Registration Discount for Teams
    Sign up your team at least one month prior to the start date and SAVE $50 off the Team Fee. Registrations submitted after the deadline will not receive the $50 discount.

    League Fees & Timing
    •    Deposit (usually $200) must be paid at the time of registration to hold a spot in the league.  

    •    Balance remaining of the base team fee (i.e. base team fee less the $200 deposit) must be paid within one week prior to the league start date.  If paying by check, payment must be received 1-week prior to start or the credit card provided with the registration will be charged.  Teams that have not paid their base team fee will not be included on the schedule and are subject to forfeiture of any monies paid per the sports refund policy.

    •    Non-member fees are assessed on players who do not have a valid BSSC membership on the day after the roster deadline which occurs after the third week of league play (note due to byes, this may not necessarily be your team’s third game).  BSSC members play at a discounted rate, $10-$25 less than players who are not members.  To avoid the non-member fee, a player must be a BSSC member (annual $65 for new members/$50 for renewing) for the duration of the session.  Once the $25 non-member fee is charged, it will not be refunded.  

    •    Referee fees for leagues that have paid officials are not included in the team fees collected by BSSC, unless specifically noted.  Teams are responsible for paying cash to the referees on field prior to their game.  These fees, due from each team, for each game played including playoffs, are below.  Some leagues do not have paid officials and are self-officiated (i.e. players do reffing).  These include dodgeball, volleyball, ultimate frisbee and some basketball.  Details are included in the game rules of each league.

    Basketball Coed (except Watertown) - $40
    Basketball Men’s (Boston Athletic Club) - $50
    Basketball Men’s (except Boston Athletic Club) - $45
    Field Hockey - $20
    Football - $20 (effective 9/1/18)
    Kickball - $10
    Lacrosse - $25
    Soccer (5v5, 6v6, 7v7, 8v8) - $20 (effective 9/1/18)
    Soccer (11v11) - $50
    Softball Indoor - $15
    Softball Outdoor - $20

    •    Receipts will be emailed to you for all payments made.  If your team is waitlisted, note that the “Total Paid” says zero because you have not been charged. 

    •    Teammate's portion of the league fees.  An easy way to calculate what captains should collect from each of their players is provided in the following example:
    Team fee+ ref fees (# games x $ref fee) / # players = BSSC member price, add $25 = non-member price.
    Example:  $695 + 90 = 785/12= $65 per BSSC member, +$25= $90 per non-member.

    Divisions
    Our leagues are typically divided by skill level when enough teams sign up.  Division 1, A or Advanced being the highest.  These are typically very competitive with ex college players being the norm. The level decreases in order with Division 3, D, or Recreational being our most relaxed levels of play.  When registering online, team captains should complete the “Division Requested,” “Last Division Played,” and “Why you are registering for this division.”  BSSC will make the final decision on the division assignment based on what is best for all teams in the league.

    Rules, Policies and Procedures
    The Sports Program Managers may communicate by email from time to time with the captains and/or players of the league.  Also, at any time, players may refer to the "League Info" tab of the league for important rules and policies.  The team captain is responsible for knowing all league information and adhering to procedures, timelines, rules and policies.

     

    Registration for Returning Teams - This is information for teams currently playing in the league for which you are registering.

    Teams who are participating in a league that has multiple sessions will have a spot reserved for them up to 1 month prior to the next league start date.  They will be sent a password with which to submit a registration form and pay their deposit.  Once that date passes, the league opens to new teams and your “reserved” spot will be lost.  

    The entire team fee ($200 deposit due upon registration, balance due prior to start date  and non-member fees due at roster deadline) is the responsibility of the captain. Payments from captains will be accepted in the form of cash, check, and credit card (Mastercard and Visa).  If you are paying by check, your team space is not guaranteed until we have check in hand, along with a registration form which MUST include a credit card number.

    Individual payments for a team will not be accepted, unless collected by the captain and all paid together via one cash, check or credit card payment.  Individuals calling to pay their portion of a team fee will not be taken.

    We strongly recommend collecting from your teammates prior to the league start so that you have commitments and do not have to front all of the fees.

    Registration for New Teams - This is information for teams not currently playing in the league for which you are registering.

    If a league is open, a captain may register at any time by submitting an online registration and deposit.  If a league is only open to returning teams (i.e. leagues that are recurring often are closed to new registrations until approximately one month prior to the next league start date to give current teams an opportunity to renew), a new captain can pre-register by filling out the contact form on the online registration page.

    If accepted into the league, the entire team fee ($200 deposit due upon registration, balance due prior to start date  and non-member fees due at roster deadline) is the responsibility of the captain. Payments from captains will be accepted in the form of cash, check, and credit card (Mastercard and Visa).  If you are paying by check, your team space is not guaranteed until we have check in hand, along with a registration form which MUST include a credit card number.

    Individual payments for a team will not be accepted, unless collected by the captain and all paid together via one cash, check or credit card payment.  Individuals calling to pay their portion of a team fee will not be taken.

    We strongly recommend collecting from your teammates prior to the league start so that you have commitments and do not have to front all of the fees.

    If the league reaches capacity, your team will be placed on a waitlist until a spot becomes available.  

    Submitting Team Rosters
    Once you register and pay your deposit, you will be given a link to update your roster on the checkout confirmation page.  If you choose to update your roster at a later date, you can simply login to your personal BSSC account on BSSC.com (top-right corner) and scroll down to "My Activities."  You can then click on "Roster" for the current league and add/remove players as needed.  All players on your team MUST appear on the roster.  Once you input your players, you’ll see each current membership status and expiration date.  Anyone listed as a non-member, will be charged a non-member fee after the roster deadline.

    Our advice is to request this information from your teammates as soon as possible.  Please take care with spelling and accuracy in order to avoid incorrect non-member fee assessments.  IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO REVIEW ROSTER FOR ERRORS.

    •    Email address.  You will be prompted to enter an email and search.  If the player is already in the system, it will auto-fill the fields.

    •    If  the player is not in the system, you will be prompted to add:
        a)    First and last name
        b)    Birth date
        c)    Phone number
        d)    Gender

    Roster Deadlines
    Rosters must be completed prior to the first game of the season.  You may make changes up to the 3rd week of play (two weeks after the season starts) at which point the rosters freeze, and only rostered players may play the remaining games.  The league non-member fees are charged the day after the 3rd game of the season (two weeks and a day after the start date).  Failure to submit a complete roster may result in being charged for a maximum number of non-members and/or the team being removed from the league.  

    Membership Policy in Sports Leagues
    Players must be members for the season to avoid the non-member fee. Click here for information on membership.

    •    Memberships that expire during the session.  If a players does not renew before the roster deadline (renewing for $50 will extend membership for one full year from the present expiration date), the captain will be charged the $25 non-member fee.

    •    Non-members wishing to join BSSC. To avoid the $25 non-member fee, a player must join BSSC ($65 for a full year) during the first 3 weeks of the session.  Once a $25 non-member fee is paid, it will not be refunded to the captain, the player must pay the $25 to the captain directly and they can no longer apply the $25 toward a membership.

    Team Supplies
    Due to the size of some leagues in softball and 11v11 soccer, teams are occasionally required to pick up their team supplies (jerseys, ball, roster, etc.) at the BSSC office at 51 Water St, suite 207, Watertown, MA; The program manager will email the team captains the available date and time of the pickup typically 2-7 days prior to league start.

    If an office pickup is not noted, captains should check in with the BSSC representative on-site before their game on the first night of play.

    You are also required to obtain signatures of all players your roster and return a copy to BSSC. Failure to do so could result in your team’s ineligibility for playoffs.

  • How Individual Players Can Join a Team

    Most volleyball leagues fill with full teams, but if you are an individual looking to play, there are 3 ways to get on a volleyball team:

    1.  If there is enough interest from individuals (at least 3 women and 5 men of the appropriate skill level) and there is a team opening, we will make up a team of individuals. Frequently, teams of individuals are formed for the Advanced Beginner/Low Intermediate leagues; sometimes for Low Intermediate leagues; and occasionally for Intermediate leagues.  However, it is very rare for Int/Adv or Advanced levels.

    2.  Go on our “free agents” list. Captains who are returning to the league sometimes need to add a couple of people to their team. Please provide the following information, which will be provided to interested captains:

    • The league(s) (i.e. level, location and night) that you are looking to play in. If you aren't sure what level you fall into, see “Explanation of Volleyball Levels.”
    • Phone number
    • Email address
    • Your background in volleyball (i.e. played in high school or college or intramurals, played in other leagues, 6’5” hitter or setter, good passer, server etc.).. anything that will “sell” you to a team.
    If your skills fit the needs of an inquiring captain, they will then contact you and ask you to come “try out” for their team. If you get on a team, you will pay the captain your portion of the team fee and any non-member fees.

    3.  Just show up to the first night of any league you want to play in. Captains know that there may be walk-ons.  If they need to pick up a player, they will sometimes wait to see who shows up that first night. They have 3 weeks to finalize their rosters. If no one shows up, or no one who fits their needs, they then usually call and ask for the “free agents” list.

  • About Volleyball League Schedules

    We build each session's schedule by hand with careful consideration to producing a balanced and fair schedule for every team in the league.  We do our best to accommodate special requests, but cannot guarantee that they will be met.

    The playing schedule for each night is available to captains upon arrival at the facility.

    Playoff schedules are usually posted a few days after the regular season has ended.  Note that the eligibility for playoffs varies by league and session.  Sometimes, all teams are eligible for playoff games, but in some cases they are not.  Once the final standings have been updated, a schedule for playoff matches will be published.

    While we do our best to adhere to published schedules, please be aware that schedules are subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances at fields and facilities.  Cancelled games may cause the season to extend beyond the initially posted end date and/or change playoff dates. We strongly recommend that you build flexibility into your rosters to accommodate possible changes.

  • 2018 No Play Dates for Sports Leagues

    Unless otherwise noted in the specific league schedule, leagues do not play on the following dates:

    Monday, January 1, 2018 - New Year's Day

    Friday, May 25, 2018
    Saturday, May 26, 2018
    Sunday, May 27, 2018
    Monday, May 28, 2018 - Memorial Day

    Tuesday, July 3, 2018
    Wednesday, July 4, 2018 - Independence Day

    Friday, August 31, 2018
    Saturday, September 1, 2018
    Sunday, September 2, 2018
    Monday, September 3, 2018 - Labor Day

    Wednesday, November 21, 2018
    Thursday, November 22, 2018 - Thanksgiving
    Friday, November 23, 2018
    Saturday, November 24, 2018

    Monday, December 24, 2018
    Tuesday, December 25, 2018 - Christmas

    Wednesday, December 26, 2018
    Monday, December 31, 2018 - New Years Eve

  • 2019 No Play Dates for Sports Leagues

    2019 No Play Dates

    Unless otherwise noted in the specific league schedule, leagues do not play on the following dates:

    Tuesday, January 1, 2019 - New Year's Day

    Friday, May 24, 2019
    Saturday, May 25, 2019
    Sunday, May 26, 2019
    Monday, May 27, 2019 - Memorial Day

    Wednesday July 3
    Thursday, July 4, 2019 - Independence Day
    Friday, July 5, 2019

    Friday, August 30, 2019
    Saturday, August 31, 2019

     

    Sunday, September 1, 2019
    Monday, September 2, 2019 - Labor Day

    Wednesday, November 27, 2019
    Thursday, November 28, 2019 - Thanksgiving
    Friday, November 29, 2019
    Saturday, November 30, 2019

    Tuesday, December 24, 2019
    Wednesday, December 25, 2019 – Christmas
    Thursday, December 26, 2019
    Tuesday, December 31, 2019 - New Years Eve

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  • Game Rules - Volleyball Indoor - Coed 6v6

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  • General - Code of Conduct and Sportsmanship

    BSSC is committed to maintaining a pleasant, comfortable and safe recreational environment and therefore expects its participants to adhere to a code of conduct with respect to other participants, spectators, BSSC staff, game officials, agents carrying out services, and others.  In sports games and other competitive activities, we expect participants to uphold basic standards of good sportsmanship, including but not limited to:

    • Understanding, appreciating and abiding by the rules of the game
    • Maintaining high standards of the honor system
    • Respecting the integrity and judgment of game officials
    • Shaking hands with the opponent after each game

    BSSC stands united behind the principles of respect, inclusion, and acceptance. We welcome and are committed to providing a fun and safe environment for all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, color, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, religious belief, age, disability, veteran status or national origin.  Our rules, despite gender requirements or game-play, are inclusive of all sexualities and gender identities and expressions, and we encourage you to identify in our leagues and activities as you prefer. If you should have any concerns or needs, please email your program manager (listed on each activity web page) for assistance.

    The following are examples of unacceptable conduct in BSSC activities:

    • Illegal activity
    • Threatening, intimidating, harassing or violent verbal or physical behaviors
    • Excessive, inappropriate, rude, argumentative or disruptive actions and/or profanity
    • Excessive drinking or disorderly conduct
    • Disregard of the rules of the facility which includes no littering & respectful communications with representatives and other patrons
    • Any other behavior which, in the sole discretion of BSSC, the game official, tour escort and/or agents carrying out services, is deemed to be in any way inappropriate

    Any person or team considered to be in violation of this code of conduct can be immediately removed from the game or activity, requiring the participant(s) to leave the playing area and/or event venue in a timely fashion, and will be subject to any or all of the following disciplinary actions, in each instance without refund of any kind:

    • Verbal warning
    • Written warning
    • Suspension
    • Expulsion from league or activity
    • Ban from further BSSC activities
    • Termination of membership

  • Sports - Respectful Use of Facilities

    All league participants, officials, and spectators are expected to treat every facility with respect. Please do not abuse the facility, its staff, or anyone else within the facility, by leaving trash, swearing, or any other acts that may be deemed disrespectful. In addition to BSSC’s league rules, all are also subject to the rules of conduct which may exist for the facility. Failure to comply may result in expulsion from the league or other disciplinary actions as defined in the code of conduct.

  • Sports - Alcohol Policy

    For all sports activities, alcohol is strictly prohibited.  Violation of this rule jeopardizes the use of the field for the entire league. Players cannot consume alcohol on any part of league premises, including parking lots, before or after a game, and no player will be allowed to compete if the game official feels that a player has been drinking before the game.  The offending player(s) will be removed from the game and face further disciplinary action per the code of conduct.

  • Sports - Forfeit Penalty & Pick Up Policy

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  • General - Weather Cancellation Policy

    There are 3 ways to see if activities are canceled.  We will always make an effort to give you a few hours notice, but that may not always be possible, so it is the participant’s responsibility to check these 3 sources.

        BSSC Weather Cancellation Line: 617-789-4070 ext 300
        Twitter @bssc
        BSSC.com.

    For outdoor activities, cancellations depend upon the playability of a field, not whether it is raining. Decisions are usually made after 4pm on weekdays and 2-3 hours in advance on weekends. Because conditions & weather can change, updates are made as necessary, and we suggest you check before heading out to your activity. Games scheduled for synthetic grass fields are usually never cancelled unless there is thunder & lightning. In case of lightning near a field, games will be stopped immediately and then resumed when safe...this may cause a delay in the schedule or require some or all games to be cancelled depending on the duration of lightning. Activities may also be cancelled per the directive of the field/venue owner if they feel damage may be done to the field by playing on it.

    During the winter months, occasionally activities may be cancelled due to snow. Some sports leagues use school facilities which may be closed if school was cancelled. However, some schools allow us to play as long as the parking lot is cleared. Other facilities are always open, and we will only cancel if overall conditions are too problematic. We will usually not cancel in advance based on a forecast of snow, but wait until actual accumulation. Similarly, if it is snowing in the morning or early afternoon, but is due to stop, we will wait until 4 or 5pm to see if we can play.

  • General - Age & Abilities

    For sports, participants must be 18 or older. Exceptions may be made on a case by case basis subject to the discretion of the BSSC Program Manager.

    For social, travel, ski racing, ski weekend and ski vacation activities, participants must be 21 or older. Exceptions may be made on a case by case basis subject to the discretion of the BSSC Program Manager.

    For ski day trips, participants age 13 and under must be accompanied by a parent and carry a Parental Consent Form . Participants age 14-17 must carry a Parental Consent Form.

    For all activities, you are responsible to judge your own ability to participate in an activity based on your own physical capabilities and endurance, the weather, conditions, and anything else pertaining to the activity.  If there is a BSSC escort or on-site representative, their only responsibility is to ascertain to the best of their abilities that the features and logistics of the activity are appropriately carried out. Their participation does not indicate that the activity is safe or suitable for you.

    Boston Ski & Sports Club also reserves the right to disallow your participation if you do not have the required safety gear. Refer to specific leagues and activities for further detail.

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