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SPRING SEASON TRYOUTS 

  1. SCVA VOLLEYBALL
    CLICK HERE AND YOU WILL BE TAKEN TO THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA VOLLEYBALL ASSOCIATION WEBSITE. HERE YOU CAN VIEW LOCATIONS OF TOURNAMENTS AND TEAMS CURRENT STANDINGS.
  2. PRACTICE CALENDAR
  3. AES
    CLICK HERE AND YOU WILL BE TAKEN TO THE ADVANCE EVENT SYSTEM WEBSITE. SOME TOURNAMENTS ARE RUN THROUGH AES. YOU CAN VIEW PLAY SCHEDULE, LOCATION, OFFICIATING, AND FUTURE MATCHES.
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Recruiting Information:

Recruiting can be a very stressful process but it is well worth it. For those that dont have any information on recruiting in mens volleyball here is some helpful information:


NCAA INFORMATION   
 
​NCAA ELIGIBILITY GUIDE 


NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER INFORMATION


NCAA RECRUITING CALENDAR 


NCAA REGISRATION CHECK LIST 


 NCAA DIVISION TEAMS LIST  



NAIA INFORMATION

NAIA ELIGIBILITY CHECKLIST 


​NAIA INFORMATION 


 NAIA REGISTRATION CHECK LIST 

NAIA ELIGIBILITY CENTER


SCHOOLS WITH MENS VOLLEYBALL FOR COLLEGE (U.S. ONLY)  

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NCSA (Next College Student Athlete)

Click below to be taken to the NCSA website where you can create an account to start the recruiting process!


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Official Visits:​​
Each prospective student-athlete is limited to 5 official visits. You are officially allowed to take these visits opening day of classes your senior year of high school.  
Unofficial Visits:​​
You may visit an institution’s campus at your own expense an unlimited number of times before your senior year of high school and continuing in your senior year.
Phone Calls:
Who can call me on the phone? When? How often?
Coaches are permitted to call you after July 1 after the completion of your junior year. After that date, a coach can call you or your parents or legal guardian once a week. Boosters are NOT permitted to call.

When are coaches or faculty members allowed unlimited calls to me?
At the following times: During the five days immediately before your official visit to that university; on the day of a coach’s off-campus contact with you; during the time beginning with the initial National Letter of Intent (NLI) signing date in your sport through the two days after the signing date.

Are the phone call rules different for football?
In football, coaches may call you once during May of your junior year and not again until September 1 of your senior year of high school. After that date, a coach can call you or your parents or legal guardian once a week outside of the contact period. Boosters are NOT permitted to call. Coaches can make unlimited calls during the permissible off-campus contact periods and during the 48 hours prior to and 48 hours after 8 a.m. on the initial signing date for the NLI.

Can I call coaches collect or toll-free? When?
Yes. You may call coaches or universities collect or use a toll-free (1-800) number on or after July 1 after you complete your junior year of high school.
CORRESPONDENCE AND RECRUITING MATERIALS:
From whom can I receive letters? Beginning when?
Coaches, faculty members and athletics staff members (but NOT boosters) can send you letters, starting September 1 of your junior year in high school.

What can a university send me?
A Division I university may provide you with the following materials: General correspondence, including letters, U.S. Postal Service postcards and institutional note cards, and materials printed on plain white paper with black ink; NCAA educational information; pre-enrollment information subsequent to signing a National Letter of Intent with the university; one athletic publication (media guide or recruiting guide) which may include only one color printing inside; official academic, admissions and student services publications or videotapes produced by the institution and available to all students; questionnaires.

Can they send me anything prior to my junior year?
Only questionnaires and summer camp brochures.

Can any other materials be mailed to me?
No. Game programs, which may not include posters, can be provided only during official or unofficial visits to the school’s campus. The same restrictions apply to student-athlete handbooks.