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Sand and Indoor Leagues

Sand and Indoor Leagues
Sand and Indoor Leagues
Sand and Indoor Leagues

We run outdoor sand leagues in the Spring and Summer and indoor leagues in the Fall and Winter. Spring season usually starts mid-May and runs through mid-July, and Summer starts in mid-July. Fall Indoor leagues typically start at the end of October, with the first session finishing up in mid-January and the second beginning in January and ending in Mid-March. Depending on facility scheduling, there may be another session from mid-March to mid-May.

 

Winter 2019 Details

We are offering six leagues starting in January and February 2019. All leagues are held in large gyms with wood or composite floors. The league fees vary depending on the facility, the number of courts, and the number of weeks available. Teams select their skill level during registration and we will segment into separate skill divisions whenever possible.

 

Format

  • Teams are co-ed and consist of six players on the court - at least two must be female
  • Registration fees are based on 8 players per team and include eight shirts. Extra shirts are available at an additional cost
  • Shirts, equipment, and referees are provided by MSSC
  • Matches consist of three sets played to 21 points and use rally scoring
  • Download the rulebooks linked in the grey bar toward the top of the page for full details on formats and rules

 

League Capacity

 

All leagues have a capacity and many sell out. Capacity for our outdoor sand leagues tends to be higher than our indoor leagues, but both usually have nights that sell out. Do not wait to sign up if you want to play.

 

Divisions

Teams self-select their division during registration, subject to MSSC approval. Not all leagues will have multiple divisions, depending on space available and the mix of teams who sign up. Our indoor leagues tend to be at a higher level of play than our sand leagues, and we are not always able to segement indoor leagues into more than one division when there are space limitations. This is the best way we can define our divisions:

  • Lower: Teams with little-to-no playing experience. They don't pass well (or even understand what a pass is) and do not utilize the bump, set, spike technique on each play. Most players serve underhand and teams are generally called for a fair number illegal hits during the course of a match. Most players on the team cannot spike well, if at all
  • Intermediate: Teams who have some volleyball experience, but generally do not have any players who played in high school or college. They understand the basics of the game and fall somewhere between Lower and Upper
  • Upper: This is MSSC's highest level of play, but is probably not considered "Power" (for those who understand the term). Many players on the team played in high school or college or otherwise have a fair amount of organized playing experience. They understand the bump, set, spike technique and try to employ it whenever possible. Most players serve overhand and can spike fairly well if they are tall enough

 

Overall, our leagues tend to be at a lower level of competition than others out there. Please sign up for a higher division whenever possible, as teams who actually belong in Lower do not enjoy getting destroyed by teams who are much better than them. MSSC reserves the right to move teams if we know how good they are and believe they are in the wrong division.

 

Individual registration details: Individuals may sign up and we will place you if we can. No payment is required at sign up; we will contact you if we have a spot for you and place you when payment is received. With six leagues available for Winter 2019, there is a good chance we will be able to place a lot of free agents for the season.

 

Do not register for multiple nights if you are not able to play on multiple nights. We count on all free agents being available for any and all nights for which they register. If you are able to play on multiple nights but only want to play one, register for the night you prefer and indicate in the comments section that you would be able to play on others.

 

Dates and Locations

  • The regular season is typically 6 games, followed by playoffs
  • Winter leagues will be held at the following facilities:

 

Prizes and Other Benefits

  • Champions t-shirts will be awarded to the league champions
  • Gift cards or cash prizes will be distributed as well


For complete details, please download the Rulebook linked in the grey bar at the top of this page. When you're ready to sign up, click the blue "Team" or "Individual" button below to register. Click the grey "League Details" button for the full details on dates, start times, locations, etc.

 

Questions? Check out our FAQ or Contact Us.

 

Online Payments
 

Winter Monday Volleyball - Midvale

League Details
  • Sport: Volleyball
  • Format: Co-Ed Sixes
  • Locations: Midvale Elementary
  • Days of the week: Monday
  • Starts on : Starts on Monday, February 4
 

Winter Tuesday Volleyball - Fitchburg

League Details
  • Sport: Volleyball
  • Format: Co-Ed Sixes
  • Locations: Boys & Girls Club
  • Days of the week: Tuesday
  • Starts on : Starts on Tuesday, January 22
 

Winter Wednesday Volleyball - West/Verona

League Details
  • Sport: Volleyball
  • Format: Co-Ed Sixes
  • Locations: Olson Elementary
  • Days of the week: Wednesday
  • Starts on : Starts on Wednesday, January 9
 

Winter Wednesday Volleyball - Midvale

League Details
  • Sport: Volleyball
  • Format: Co-Ed Sixes
  • Locations: Midvale Elementary
  • Days of the week: Wednesday
  • Starts on : Starts on Wednesday, February 6
 

Winter Thursday Volleyball - Fitchburg

League Details
  • Sport: Volleyball
  • Format: Co-Ed Sixes
  • Locations: Boys & Girls Club
  • Days of the week: Thursday
  • Starts on : Starts on Thursday, January 24
 

Winter Thursday Volleyball - Midvale

League Details
  • Sport: Volleyball
  • Format: Co-Ed Sixes
  • Locations: Midvale Elementary
  • Days of the week: Thursday
  • Starts on : Starts on Thursday, February 7