SPRING & FALL SEASONS
Teams are formed by the following methods:
- Pre-formed Teams
- A random DRAFT based on school or other criteria for placement (Mini Volleyball & Recreational leagues)
- Attend a tryout/player evaluations to be selected to a team (Competitive league only)
All divisions require a 4 team minimum. If a minimum of 4 teams is not reached by the end of registration, the ASA Volleyball Board reserves the right to merge some grades into one Division if enrollment numbers justify such action.
Coaches may "bring their own team" which is considered a pre-formed team.
All teams are required to have a head coach and an assistant coach or team parent registered and certified through ASA.
No more than 3 coaches allowed per team.
Roster minimum of 9 players/max 12 players on pre-formed 6x6 teams. If a pre-formed team comes in with under 9 players, ASA has the right to add draft players to that roster. Mini Volley team rosters must have a minimum of 5 players and a maximum of 8 players. If a pre-formed team comes in with under 5 players, ASA has the right to add draft players to that roster.
NEW: If a coach pays the Team Fee, the roster will be set, and no additional players will be added to the roster.
All coaches and players must register individually
DRAFT - INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION
New players or returning players who are NOT part of a coach’s pre-formed team will be placed in the draft pool and either moved to pre-formed teams with openings on their rosters or moved onto a roster of a newly created team.
Any requests regarding specific player placement can be listed in the "notes" section of the online registration.
When possible, formation of teams from the draft will be based on geographical "school" area. However, we do not guarantee players will be placed on teams with other players from their schools/neighborhoods. Players are placed on teams after registration has closed.
MISC TEAM FORMATION RULES
Boys who have played in leagues other than ASA and/or play at a select or club level may be required to play at a higher division level than grade level. ASA Board review is required to determine the best division for the competitive play.