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Wisconsin Ice VBC Player/Parent Handbook for the 2015 Season

The Wisconsin Ice VBC Player/Parent Handbook for the 2015 Season is now available to all Wisconsin Ice VBC members on this website. All players that accept an offer to play on a Wisconsin Ice team and their parents should read this document completely. All players that accept an offer to play on a Wisconsin Ice VBC National, Purple, Black, Ice Chips, Ice Shavings or a Satellite team must return page 15 of the Handbook completely filled in including all signatures along with your membership fee before your first practice, which is scheduled for November 30, 2014.

Last Updated on Sunday, 09 November 2014 09:15

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2015 Handbook

2015 Handbook

Last Updated on Sunday, 09 November 2014 09:10

What to do at & after the Wisconsin Ice 2015 Tryouts & “All Call” on November 15 & 16, 2014

When You Arrive

  • Verify your Registration at the check-in table. Please arrive at least ½ hour before your scheduled tryout time. Show your Badger Region/USAV membership card. Get your tryout number and testing sheet.
  • If you did not register in advance (for $30), you will need to complete the Wisconsin Ice VBC Tryout form – 2015, the USAV Medical Release Form, the Concussion Form, and write a check for $40 to "Wisconsin Ice VBC" (includes $10 late fee). If you did not register with the Badger Region/USAV, you will need to register on-line on "Webpoint" and charge on your credit card either the full $50 fee ($15 for Shavings, free for players 8 & under) or the $10 tryout fee. You will also need to print out your membership card as proof that you are registered with the USAV/Badger Region. The fee for the "All Call" for Chips in Shavings is $10 (no late fee).
  • Get your picture taken holding your number in front of you.
  • Pin your tryout number on your back with 4 pins before you enter the gym.
  • Fill in your testing sheet info & then go into the gym to complete the vertical jump & shuttle run testing stations.
  • Return your completed testing sheet to the gym monitor or to the person at the computer input table.
  • When your age group is called, go into the gym for the drills and game-like situations for skills assessment.
  • Listen carefully at the conclusion of your tryout session to the Directors. You may get an offer for a spot on a team in the gym and if so, you will get a blue card stating your offer that you must complete –or- you may be told that you need to wait for a telephone call or an e-mail message as to where you fall in the tryout hierarchy.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 16:35

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PowerPoint Presentation from the Parent & Potential Player Informational Meeting on 10-26-14

Thank you to all of the Parents and Potential Players that attended the Parent & Potential Player Informational Meeting on Sunday, 10-26-14. There was a very good crowd for the meeting and many potential players who also attended the first Tune-Up session that was offered that evening.

If you were unable to attend the meeting, you should view the PowerPoint presentation that was shown at the meeting so that you are aware of all of the information for the upcoming season. The presentation is available on this website (see the link at the bottom of this article).

The registration information for Tryouts is now up on the website. Please follow both steps and make sure that your required forms are completely filled out. As stated in step 2 of the Steps for Registration for Wisconsin Ice VBC 2015 Season Tryouts, all three (3) registration forms and your check for Tryouts must be sent to Wisconsin Ice VBC, Kent Thomas, 2241 Heatherton Lane, Plover, WI 54467-2820.

We hope to see you at the Tryouts on the weekend of November 15 & 16, 2014, at Wisconsin Valley Lutheran High School in Mosinee.

Information Meeting Presentation

Last Updated on Monday, 27 October 2014 19:28

Wisconsin Ice VBC 2015 Season Portesi Pizza and Kwik Trip Fundraiser

Your membership fees for Wisconsin Ice VBC are not sufficient to cover all of the costs associated with the Club, so we will need all of the players to participate in the fundraiser for the 2015 season to help keep the membership fees low.

Last Updated on Saturday, 22 November 2014 08:49

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Steps for Registration for Wisconsin Ice VBC 2015 Season Tryouts

Step 1

Register with Badger Region Volleyball Association/USA Volleyball on Webpoint (Registering on WebPoint is not registering for Wisconsin Ice VBC Tryouts)

You must first register with Badger Region/USA Volleyball by following the steps on-line at Webpoint, https://webpoint.usavolleyball.org. (It is probably easier to access Webpoint through the Badger Region Volleyball website, badgervolleyball.org. Once on the Badger Region Volleyball website, you should click on the "MEMBERSHIP" tab on the right end of the tab selections. Then click on the "About Registration" tab. Toward the bottom of the "About Registration" article, click on "here" in the sentence, "To register for a Badger Region membership, click here" and follow the prompts for the member option that applies to you.) This includes filling in the membership information and paying the Badger Region/USAV full member fee of $50 (or $15 Youth Membership for the Shavings Program or Free for 8 years & younger) or the Badger Region/USAV $10 tryout fee on "Webpoint". You will be required to have a credit card to pay this fee online and you will need to print your membership card after you have registered. If you are not sure that you will make it on a team or if you are not sure that you will be playing Club volleyball, then only pay the $10 tryout fee and then you can upgrade your membership and pay the additional $40 at a later date if you do play on a team. The Badger Region will not refund the difference if you pay the full fee and then do not play on a team! Do not pick Wisconsin Ice VBC as your team yet unless you know for sure that you will be playing on a Wisconsin Ice team for the 2015 season. You will do this later after you have been offered a spot on a team and you have accepted the offer.

Please remember that this is registration with the Badger Region Volleyball Association and not with Wisconsin Ice VBC. This fee goes to the Badger Region/USAV and does not cover any fees for Wisconsin Ice VBC. Any potential player that is trying out for Wisconsin Ice VBC must be registered with the Badger Region before Tryouts and Tune-ups or you will not be allowed to enter the gym for the Tryouts and Tune-Ups. This is a Badger Region Volleyball Association rule. You will be required to print out your membership card and show it when checking in for the Tryouts and Tune-ups for Wisconsin Ice VBC.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 October 2014 16:43

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