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Recent 2019 Coaches News

TriHealth Pavilion Policies

By Beth 01/16/2019, 11:15am EST

1. Our families are not permitted upstairs in the facility. You may watch practice from the windows directly outside the gym doors, the cafe or the chairs outside the meeting rooms. Once the weather turns nice, there is a walking path outside! :) 

2. Our families are not permitted in the locker rooms. We need to use the bathrooms that are by the meeting rooms. The locker rooms are for members only. 

3. Parents are not permitted in the gym during practice times. There just isn't enough space. If you need to speak with a coach, Beth, Erin or Gretchen, please grab us and we'd be happy to speak with you! 

4. Pick up and drop off

               Pick up- You will need to park in the parking lot and wait for your daughter to come out after practice. If you are not comfortable with your daughter walking in the parking lot, then you will need to come in and get them. You cannot park in the circle while waiting for your daughter to come out.  This blocks the entrance to the building. 

                Drop off- You may drop your daughter off in the circle by the front door. You can stop, they can get out and you can continue to pull through. 

Thank you for your cooperation on these matters!

 

Officiating Information for Players

By Gretchen Niebling 12/14/2018, 2:45pm EST

Simone the Linejudge!

OVR Junior Officiating Information for  junior official's certifications: 

https://www.ovr.org/juniors/jodp/index.php

There are two documents, and players who will be working as R2, scorer, assistant scorer or line judge this season, should review the instructions at the link above.

You will be able to access the training modules by logging into your  USAV Webpoint account and then going to the USAV Academy.

After April 1, if a team does not have a certified scorer, a coach must fulfill that responsibility. If a team has neither a certified scorer nor a certified second referee, a junior player will work as second referee, and a coach must be the scorer.

Let me know if you have questions! All of the details are in the two documents at the link above, so be sure to read through those FIRST!

Thank you, and Happy Holidays!

Brian Hemelgarn

OVR Referees' Chair Junior Officials Development Director