General Information - Winter Season Starts January 14
Arrive no earlier than 15 minutes prior to match time.
Dress in a professional attire. White polo & dark pants (black or navy).
The teams or custodian are responsible to set-up and take down the nets.
You are responsible for your own whistle, coin, mask, and personal hand sanitizer.
Payment will be $25 per match, including forfeited matches not known prior to arrival. If you officiate one match in a night your pay will be $36.
Report Scores: Score cards are provided, leave completed cards with the site director.
Report detailed scores from all games of each match. (Example: Team A: 15, 10, 15; Team B: 8, 15, 13. Teams A wins 2-1).
Subs: Can be obtained by calling or e-mailing Deb. Advanced notice is requested.
Match Format: 3 sets per match. All sets played to 25 points, win by 2 with a 27 point cap.
Time Limit: Matches are scheduled for 55 minutes in duration with a 5 minute warm-up prior to the match. If time expires during the 3rd game, it will be concluded once one of the teams reach 15 points.
Forfeit: Teams are allowed a 5 minute grace period prior in addition to the 5 minute warm-up before a match is declared a forfeit (i.e. one team for the 6:20 match doesn't have enough players, they may use their 5 minute warm up AND an additional 5 minute grace period before the forfeit rule is applied at 6:30).
INCLEMENT WEATHER: Decisions will be made and posted by 4:30 pm or earlier. Please check the weather hotline at 651-792-7416 or visit the league's weather page.
Officials accepting assignments should be flexible and understanding of changes due to unforeseen circumstances caused by the pandemic.
An official that has COVID-19 symptoms and/or tests positive should contact MVOA as soon as possible to remove themselves from the schedule.
Additional "Passing Time" will be included between matches to allow teams to leave and enter with limited interactions.
3 matches/night have start times at 6:20, 7:30, 8:40
Adhere to current CDC & MDH guidelines regarding face coverings. Officials must wear a properly fitted mask that covers their mouth and nose at all times and use a hand-held whistle. If a malfunction occurs with a hand-held whistle or one is not available, a regular whistle may be used as long as it is completely covered underneath a mask to reduce the potential of droplets.
Players are required to wear a mask at all times.
Review the Roseville Parks & Rec Program Guidelines for Indoor Volleyball prior to working this league.
Review the Adult Sports COVID-19 Preparedness Plan prior to working this league.
The schedule is in a spreadsheet view. Each month has it's own view. To see a specific month's schedule, click the name of the month found in the bottom footer area of the spreadsheet.