Dates: Saturday, October 14
Entry Deadline: September 30
Moore Community Center
301 S Howard Avenue
Moore, OK 73160
Check in: 8:00 am
Event begins: 9:00 am
- Athletes will register as individuals indicating their preferred player position and skill level; novice, intermediate or advanced.
- After the deadline passes and the athlete participation composition is known, teams will be divided into as equal as possible teams; balanced by gender, setters-spikers-Liberos, age, and ability level.
- We will assign teams into pools. Within each pool a round robin will be played.
- All Matches will be the best two out of three games to 25 points with rally scoring. The winner must win by two points.
- At the conclusion of the round robin, the teams will enter a single or double elimination tournament.
- Ties will be broken in the following manner:
a. if 2 teams are tied, the winner is the winner of the head to head match
b. If three teams are tied then:
1) Compare set percentage. (divide a team’s total sets won by the total sets played)
2) Compare the point percentage of teams still tied. (divide each team’s total
points scored by the total points scored by all the team’s opponents in that
c. Coin toss
5. Gold, Silver and Bronze medals will be awarded.
This tournament will be conducted in accordance with USA Volleyball rules) rules, except as modified herein. For a copy of these rules, please visit or contact:
4065 Sinton Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80910
- A team must have at least five players present to start a game; otherwise the games is forfeited. Teams will be allowed a five-minute grace period to assemble a minimum of five players. The sixth player may enter upon arrival. In the event of injury, a team may continue/finish with a minimum of four players on the floor.
- Teams competing with only five players shall always have three players on the front row. No service rotation penalty shall be assessed for not having six players.
- To win the match a team must win two out of three games.
- In pool play, USA Volleyball rules governing tie-breakers will be used.
Coed Volleyball is not a National Senior Games Event; however, it is a lot of fun and a great way to enjoy playing and make new friends.