March 28-29, 2020
PA Farm Show and Expo Center | Harrisburg, PA
Teams will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. Teams with all of their requirements fulfilled will be accepted first. The requirements include: Entry form and fee received, preliminary roster entered into AES, and GJNC entry form sent to firstname.lastname@example.org (if competing in the National Bid Qualifier). Once a division is full, all teams not accepted will be placed on the waiting list in order of requirements completed.
The Girls National Bid Tournament is open to KRVA TEAMS ONLY. The club challenge is open to both KRVA and out of region teams. Teams competing in the bid must send their GJNC entry form to email@example.com before acceptance.
Any KRVA team is allowed to enter the National Bid Tournament; however, KRVA reserves the right to recommend a change of tournament from the National Bid Qualifier to the Club Challenge. The recommendations will be based on the level of the team according to region and national rankings and will be suggested in order to keep the Bid tournament competition as strong as possible.
Teams are ranked based on results from KRVA Sanctioned events, National Qualifiers, and other select USAV sanctioned events. Results from events sanctioned by other affiliations will NOT be considered. Please visit the KRVA Ranking System for full details.
KRVA reserves the right to adjust the maximum number of teams accepted to each division based on space and the needs of the tournament.
DID YOU KNOW?
Athletic Trainers Are Available! We will have a small army of athletic trainers onsite form 7:00 AM until the last player leaves the building. Their services are free but supplies are not. Bring your own or purchase theirs onsite.
Awards ALL First and Second place teams in the Gold Division and will receive individual medals for all players AND coaches! All other Division winners teams will receive medals for each player and coaches.
Calling All Early Risers! Our doors will open at 7:00 AM to all attendees.
Hotels: KRVA Girls Bid & Club Challenge will NOT will be STAY-TO-PLAY.
National Anthem: We have a singer for the National Anthem each morning. Think you have the pipes for it?
Officiating: All teams will have officiating assignments throughout the tournament. Teams must provide a rostered adult to be the R2 for all matches
SafeSport: All adults participating at at USA Volleyball event (such as Coaches, Club Directors, Chaperones, Officials, Tournament Staff, etc) must be SafeSport certified. Go here to complete your certification!
Three Way Ties: We will play all three way ties that eliminate a team from advancing to earn a bid. Tie breaker sets will NOT be played for finish position only. Be sure to check out with the tournament desk to be sure your team is finished before sending your team home!
Where Can I Find the Schedule? All matches will be scheduled here: results.tm2sign.com
$450 per Team
If your team needs to cancel from the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 2/28/2020. Teams that withdraw after 2/28/2020 will not receive a refund.
The DEADLINE to update all Roster Information online is 12:00 PM on: March 23, 2020
This year’s event will have an admission fee for parents/spectators of $10 per day or $20 weekend pass. Children 6 and under are free. Spectators will be able to purchase a colored wristband online or at the door each day, beginning at 7:00 AM, that will gain them admission to the playing venue.
Spectator Code of Conduct
The KRVA National Bid and Club Challenge are USA Volleyball sanctioned event. By entering the facility, all spectators agree to abide by the following Spectator Code of Conduct as required by USA Volleyball. Spectators also understand that injury from flying objects incidental to the sport of volleyball may occur at this event and attend at their own risk. Be alert at all times, especially during active play. Children not participating on a team entered in the event must be under the supervision of their parents at all times. The venue is not to be considered an open play area. Open courts and free space within the facility are not designated or designed for general child-play activities and should be used for event related activities only.
Any code of conduct broken at this event can lead to immediate removal from the building.