||The teams rank among all the other teams in the league.
||Each win is awarded 2 points. Each Tie is awarded 1 point. This is the cumulative total of points.
|GP (Games Played)
||The number of games played.
||The number of Wins.
||The number of Losses.
||The number of Ties
|+/- (Point Differential)
||The cumulative point differential over all games played to date.
||The ratio of points a team has divided by the number of total potential points it could have earned.
A teams ranking is determined by the number of Points it has been awarded. In cases where teams have an equal number of points, the Point Differential is used to determine ranking.
Defaults are recorded as a Loss with a score of 15-0 against the defaulting team.
Formats and Terms
||There is a mix of men and women on a team. In a team of six players, a minimum of 2 women are required. Players rotate through all positions. The game is played at the men’s net height of 2.43m.
|Reverse Co-ed Format
||Reverse coed has 3 men and 3 women on the court but only the women play the front row and the men can only hit from behind the attack line. There is no rotation, but every player must rotate service. The game is played at women’s height net, so the game is fast and dynamic.
These tournaments are played in Co-ed Format. For most tournaments team entry is prohibited, but individual player entry is permitted. Teams are created in advance by the tournament organizers to ensure all teams have balanced skills and strength. Depending upon the number of teams in the tournament, a team will play 8 or 9 games against opposing teams in the morning round and 2 or 3 games in the afternoon playoff round. Games are timed with ties permitted.
Entry to the tournament is by co-ed (i.e. one male, one female) pair of players. The format of the tournament is usually Reverse Co-ed Format. Each pair will be grouped with 2 other Paris to form a team of 6. The group will play one game against another group of 3 pairs. The grouping of pairs on a team will change after each game. The games are timed. The top pairs are determined by the cumulative +/- score from each game in which they have participated.
Team Entry Tournament
While most tournaments run by PCVC are individual entry only, occasionally PCVC will run a tournament allowing team entry. The format is the same as Sixes Tournament with the exception that team entry is permitted.
These tournaments are played with 4 players to a team of which at least 1 must be a woman. Only individual entry is permitted in the beach tournaments. Teams are created in advance by the tournament organizers to ensure all teams have balanced skills and strength. Depending upon the number of teams in the tournament, a team will play 8 or 9 games against opposing teams in the morning round and 2 or 3 games in the afternoon playoff round. Games are timed with ties permitted. Beach Volleyball rules will apply.
The schedule is a condensed view of which teams play at which gyms. As the league uses 2 gyms, of the 12 teams in PCVC, 6 will be shown in each gym. Each gym will contain 2 courts. In general, the first three teams listed will play each other on one court and the second three teams will play each other the other court. League announcements will take place at 7:15 PM and games will follow starting at 7:20PM and end at approximately 9:45PM.
One team at each gym has the assigned duty of setting up the nets and readying the court for play. The team which is assigned the duty to set up will have an asterisk (*) after the team number. One team at each gym has the assigned duty of putting away the nets and other equipment after play. The team which is assigned the duty to put away equipment will have a hash (#) after the team number.
Of the three teams assigned to a court, two will play each other while the third will provide line judges and keep score. The teams marked in red are the first teams to play and must be on the court by 7:20PM.