All players (including already committed players) will need the following items to participate in tryouts:
Familiarize yourself with the Special Notes section above so you understand the tryout session(s) you need to attend.
MOVA 2023-2024 Girls Player Info – General player information. Completed on-line (preferably at least 24 hours prior to tryout).
2023-2024 Player Medical Release Form – Please bring this filled out form to tryouts. This needs to be signed by both the player and parent.
OVR/USA Volleyball registration – This is where you obtain your OVR/USAV Member ID #. Complete online registration and bring a copy of your membership card to tryouts. Both Full Season and Tryout only registration is available. Please note this registration is required for any club tryout and is separate from the Club Tryout fees listed below. More information about OVR/USAV registration can be found on our FAQ page.
Tryout registration fees in amounts noted below.
Tryouts will be held at the MID OHIO VOLLEYBALL ACADEMY. Tryout registration fees will be:
$20 – Players that have already already pre registered.
$25 – For Walk-ins
All players will receive a tryout t-shirt that they will be required to wear for tryouts. Payment should be made on-line at the time of registration. Please note that tryout registration fees are non-refundable. Tryout fees cover the cost of tryout t-shirts, court costs, and coaching evaluation costs.
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Within the OVR, teams are classified as National (11s-18s), American (11s-17s), and Regional. National teams should consist of highly skilled athletes that compete at the highest levels of competition within and outside of the Ohio Valley Region. Regional teams consist of athletes from the beginner to the highly skilled and compete at various levels of competition based on their teams' composition. Regional teams do not participate in the OVR National Power Challenge, Power League, or Bid Tournament. Teams in the American division do not desire the travel associated with the National division, but want a stronger level of competition than the Regional division.
Players need not be currently enrolled in high school except as noted below. Once a player participates in a club or varsity program for any university, college, community college, or junior college, he/she is ineligible to play in any regional or national JNC qualifying and championship events.