Welcome to the 2017 ASICS President’s Day Classic.
Asics, Nebraska Elite Volleyball, Nebraska Orthopaedic, and Midwest Volleyball Warehouse are pleased to be hosting this event and we hope that you enjoy your participation or viewing.
OPEN DIVISION 14's, 15's, 16's, 17's & 18's
are pools of 4, 6 or 8 teams with all teams advancing to playoffs on Monday. The top two teams in each pool will advance to the Gold Championships, the rest will advance to other playoff brackets.
Play will be normal 2 out of 3 game match play for all Open Divisions.
will have the tournament broken down into 3 parts. Preliminary pool play, power pool play, and elimination playoffs. All play will be match play best 2 out of 3 games. The third game is only played if needed to decide the match. There is a tournament winner and awards for the 1st and 2nd place in each of the Club Gold Divisions.
For the purpose of determining forfeits, the scheduled time is the match time and any forfeit may only occur at the scheduled starting time.
The Libero is allowed to serve in this tournament.
All matches will have a paid 1st Referee. We believe that if you are investing the time to play in this event, you deserve a well officiated match.
Teams are required to officiate as noted on the master schedule. During the pool play rounds the officiating teams are designated on the schedule. Teams must supply a down referee, lines people, scorers and ball shaggers.
The Presidents' Day Classic tournament requires an adult coach as the 2nd referee whenever their team is officiating. Failure to have an adult coach as a 2nd referee will result in the lose of 1 point per minute for every minute the officiating team is not in compliance. We have found that having an adult as the 2nd referee greatly reduces the problems and complaints associated with players being 2nd referees.
On Monday on most of the courts the losing team will stay and help officiate the next match on their court. Check the tournament schedule carefully. If you lost your last match, 99% of the time you are officiating the next match on that court.
The definition of "next match" is the next match which requires an officiating team on that court. For example, a team which loses a match at 8:00 am will normally officiate the next match which is scheduled at 9:00 am, however if there is no scheduled match at 9:00 or the 9:00 match is forfeited by a team, the scheduled officiating team will ref the next match which occurs on that court.
In order to start the tournament on Monday there are 40 teams which will have to line, score, & ball shag at 8:00 am. These teams are noted in both the master schedule and on the playoff charts. On the playoff chart the officiating teams are those teams which have a box around them. Check the schedule carefully.
Failure to provide the officiating crew for your assigned matches could result in the forfeit of the first game of your next match; for every minute the officiating is late, one point is given to their next opponents - up to the 25-0 forfeit. The second offense results in the loss of your next match. Late is defined as not being at the court ready to officiate at the conclusion of warmups.
We will use the same warmup procedure as used for all Qualifiers.
The schedule is broken down into three parts.
Awards are given only to the First and Second place teams in the Gold Division of all Club & Open Divisions.
All pools will be ranked according to overall match record. If a tie exists in overall match win/loss records the ties will be broken using these USA/JNC National Tie Breaking Criteria.
1. Match Record in your pool
2. Head to Head results
3. Game percentage (Games won / Total Games Played)
4. Point percentage (Total Points you scored / Total points opponents scored in your pool)
5. Coin toss.
These criteria will be used sequentially and not repeated.
All positions will be determined by these criteria and NO tie breaking games will be played in any pools.
If a protest needs to be filed it is to be done at the time of the incident, no later. The first referee is obligated to acknowledge and record all protests. Only the floor captain may file a protest. (The exception to this is with the 14 & under , 13 & under, and 12 & under age divisions, where the rostered team coach may act instead of the game captain.)
The protest must be written on the scoresheet by the official scorekeeper or the first official, and must be signed by the person presenting the protest as well as the first official. All protests will be ruled upon prior to the next service. Judgment calls may not be protested. Protests will be considered only for situations outlined in the United States Volleyball Official Rules booklet. All protests will be handled by the protest committee.
February 15-17, 2020
See the General Information tab for more details.
Play begins at 8 AM February 15, 2020.
Schedule to be posted the week before the event.
Check out some of the pictures from our recent events.