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Suggested Skill Levels

Open 2’s

This division is recommended for players who generally have many years of experience and are seeking high competition. Open 2’s players have a high knowledge of the rules and the game. Typically, players should be able to serve over the net to a chosen spot, pass up a serve, as well as having a strong understanding of rotations and positioning. Players should be able to receive, set and hit a hard spike. Most Open 2’s players will have played at a higher level of volleyball.

Competitive 4’s

This division is recommended for teams and players who generally have many years of experience and are seeking high competition. Competitive players have a high knowledge of the rules and the game. Typically, players should be able to serve over the net to a chosen spot (most of the time), pass up a serve, as well as having a strong understanding of rotations and positioning. Players usually should be able to receive, set and hit a hard spike. Most competitive players will have played at a higher level of volleyball. 

Inter/Comp 4’s

This division is recommended for teams and players who generally have at least a few years of experience and are seeking more competition. Inter/Comp players have a good knowledge of the rules and the game. They are able to pass, bump and set with accuracy. Players should also be prepared for hitting and blocking hard spikes. Many Inter/Comp players will have played at an organized level (i.e. high school). This is a great league for teams who want to make the transition to competitive level of play but are not quite there yet.

Intermediate 4’s

This division is recommended for teams and players who generally have at least a couple years of experience and are seeking a little more competition. Intermediate players have a reasonable knowledge of the rules and the game. They are usually able to pass, bump and set with decent accuracy. Players should also be prepared for hitting and blocking softer spikes. Some intermediate players will have played at an organized level (i.e. high school). 4’s teams are typically faster or better positionally than 6’s teams.

Intermediate 6’s

This division is recommended for teams and players who generally have at least a couple years of experience and are seeking a little more competition. Intermediate players have a reasonable knowledge of the rules and the game. They are usually able to pass, bump and set with relative accuracy. Players should also be prepared for hitting and blocking. Some intermediate players will have played at an organized level (i.e. high school). This is a great league for players to hone their skills as passers, hitters and to help with their delivery of "bump-set-spike" play.

Recreational 6’s 

This division is recommended for teams and players who are new to the game or who just want to play for fun. Most rallies focus on getting the ball over the net at first opportunity, with less emphasis on the classic "bump-set-spike" play. Recreational players are more focused on learning the game and are less concerned with the skill level.