Most athletes are returning to the RMR, and can use their 21-22 SportsEngine profile for the new 22-23 season. But if you're new to USA-Volleyball and the RMR, you'll be setting up a brand new family account at SportsEngine.
We've published some articles to help you get off to a great start, but here are two "pro tips" to point you in the right direction:
1) Your family only needs one account.
--> As the legal guardian, you the parent sets up the family account! THEN you add your student athletes to the family.
--> Athletes are not allowed to set up accounts in their own names. (because they are minors)
2) Be careful to only use "passport quality" names. The SportsEngine computer is a real stickler for correct spelling. Nicknames, or anything else other than "passport names" leads to confusion when your coach is trying to assign her players to the team roster!
We have lots more information about going USAV and the RMR at our "Membership" page. And don't forget that we have our own "membership expert" available to help you! Send any questions that you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org. Kirsten will get right back to you with helpful notes and online articles... all the stuff that "new members" and their families need to hear!
See you soon!
USAV Clubs and Parents;
The Membership Department would like to make you aware of two important items for the upcoming season:
Due to the current trend of Regions allowing tryouts for the upcoming season during the summer, USAV will offer a “22-23 USAV Tryout – July -December” membership option for the coming season.
This membership will be valid from July 1 – December 31 of 2022 and will be upgradable to a full 2022-23 membership. We will make this option available to Regions once the insurance rates for the 2022-23 season have been approved.
Age Definitions (see PDF posted above)
The USAV age definition document for the 2022-23 season is posted just above.
The following language was added to the 18 and Under Division to add clarity to the definition:
"Players who were born on or after July 1, 2004 (including high school graduates eligible based on the above paragraph)."
Please see the full document to view this language addition in context. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
For use during the
Note: This automatically converts to the new season on July 1st of each year.
Select the Month, Day & Year, then click on the button to see the youngest age group of that birth date.