CatBox Classic Sand Volleyball Pairs Invitational
March 19: University of Arizona
This will be the first high school “pairs” competition in Arizona. The CatBox Classic is sanctioned by the AIA will be organized by the UA Sand coaching staff and hosted by Ironwood Ridge Sand Volleyball.
COMPETITION LEVELS: OPEN DIVISION (ALL AIA-SANCTIONED TEAMS)
This invitational is open to all AIA schools that have sanctioned sand volleyball for the 2016 season
The AIA has given this tournament permission to host pairs teams from AIA member schools not sanctioning sand volleyball as a team sport. NOTE: these teams are not allowed to compete against any school that is AIA sanctioned during the event. All Club Division teams must be comprised of players from the same school that is an AIA member (no club teams).
Pool Play followed by Play-Off Brackets Pairs Competition. All teams will advance to playoff brackets based on pool play results.
REGISTRATION ENTRY FEES
$ 50.00 per team
Discount will be given to schools that register five or more teams
Register early and reserve your team’s spot in the tournament today! The tournament is expected to reach full capacity. Registration ends March 10, 2016 and a waiting list will be established after the first 32 registered teams.
EMAIL FOR ENTRY FORM
Bill Lang, Ironwood Ridge Volleyball Coach
email@example.com (520) 906-6668
Melissa Walker, Steve Walker Volleyball Camps
firstname.lastname@example.org (520) 461-6602
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Steve Walker, UA Sand Volleyball Head Coach
email@example.com | (520) 307-4004
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