Our first New Providence Beach (Treasure Lake, DuBois PA) tournament is Sunday May 19th. It’s coed 2s (2 vs 2). If we have enough, we will split into 3 divisions (BB,A,AA/Open). If not, we will split into 2 divisions (BB/A and AA/Open). Format similar to last year with waters, Gatorade and pizza also provided. You can bring your own alcohol and drink responsibly if you are over 21 years old, just no glass bottles. 100% prize payout plus custom t shirts for the winners. Text Jon at 330-881-6553 to sign up. Here are the rest of the tourneys this year:
Sunday June 16:
Sunday July 7:
Coed 4s (4th of July week)
Sunday August 4:
Sunday September 1:
Saturday September 28:
Mens/ Women’s 2s
*Womens 2s is played on grass
*Mens 2s is played on sand
*Coed 2s is played on both surfaces so bring shoes
*The cost for all tournaments is $25 per person
Division explanation B- Recreational volleyball. Not always bump, set, spike. (We don’t have a league or tournaments yet for this level but can if the interest is there.)
BB- Has knowledge of the game, plays bump, set, spike volleyball but typically can’t crush a spike, jump serve or score (side out) most times when receiving a serve.
A- More consistent than a BB player and sides out rather consistently when served.
AA- The closest level to semi pro. Typically a very tall and athletic blocker at the net with a quicker athletic player playing behind him or her. Sides out very consistently when served.
Open- Pretty much semi pro level
We will also be doing a 3 vs 3 sand volleyball league that will run on Wednesday nights (game times 630PM and 730 PM with occasional or makeup games at 530PM). Teams can be made of any number of girls/guys. The level is mostly BB with some A and AA players. The league will start on May 15th and end in the middle of August. The cost is $100 per team and the winners will get custom t shirts.
Our courts are fully updated since 2016 with new sand, nets, polls, antennas and edge guard (currently being installed). 6 foot tall perimeter fencing is also being installed soon. Tournament players from Ohio, PA and Maryland have come to play these past few years and some have said when considering the court quality and backdrop of the lake, it’s their favorite place to play.