General Information - 2022 Winter Leagues start the week of January 10
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: May be requested by calling or e-mailing Deb. Advanced notice is appreciated.
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.
Adhere to current CDC, MDH, &/or League guidelines regarding face coverings. Officials must wear a properly fitted mask that covers their mouth and nose at all times while inside the building. Preference is to use a hand-held whistle, however a regular whistle may be used as long as it is completely covered underneath a mask.
Players that are competing on the court are not required to wear a mask.
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.