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2015 Atlantic Coast Power League Presented by Nike

Presented by Nike

2015 ACPL Presented by Nike

Date Event
Jan 3-4 Power League Seeding Tournament
Feb 7 ACPL #1
Feb 28 ACPL #2
Mar 21 ACPL #3
May 2 ACPL #4
Jun 6-7 Power League Championships

Tournaments held in Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia

Please read the operating agreement below for more information!

Call Will Stein at 757-672-1586 for any questions

Why join a power league?

Benefits of a Power League
(Adapted from the JVA website)
  • Matched Competition - Successful Power Leagues are structured to maintain a high level of competition throughout the season for all participating teams.  Power Pools are organized to effectively allow teams to play to their level and provide the opportunity to move up or down in pool strength depending on performance.  With the Power Pool structure, the highest seed doesn’t start by playing the lowest seed and the lowest seed has an equal opportunity to play their way into the championship final; every match has meaning.  The competition level is always high, respective to each team, which creates a higher quality, more enjoyable event for all participants.  
     
  • Core Tournament Schedule - Our Power League will provide the participating teams 6 play dates.  This offers a solid core of events around which to build a club team’s season schedule.  Teams can play the entire season rather than having to “qualify" in order to play in a National Championship. This leaves out any unknowns in the schedule since players, coaches and parents know they will be attending the AAU National Championships in Orlando.
  • Predictability and Quality Time Spent - The season schedule is set well in advance (by October) so parents, players and coaches can plan accordingly.

  • Lower Cost of Travel -  With a set regional schedule you will have less travel time andd less need for hotel stays.  Most tournament sites are within a 5-6 hour drive for all participants.

  • Collaboration of Clubs - Club Directors make the schedules so they have the flexibility to accommodate one another and their teams.  This builds a positive relationship between club directors because by working together to create the Power League schedule, different clubs host each weekend, rather than one club hosting and reaping the benefits.  By sharing the hosting responsibilities, clubs can put their profit right back into their programs and facility operations.  It is a win-win for everyone.

Participants of the ACPL

Club Address
Areyto Volley
Ballyhoo VBC
Charlottesville Area Volleyball Club
Coastal VA 2644 Dean Dr., VA Beach, VA 23454
Delaware Jrs 326 Ruthar Dr., Newark, DE 19713
EPAN 126 Excellence Way, Inwood, WV 25428
Fredericksburg Jrs 1190 International Parkway - Suite 101, Fredericksburg, VA 22406
Maryland Jrs
NC Elite 3717 Davis Dr., Morrisville, NC 2755
NVVA 45685 Oakbrook Ct., Suite #140, Sterling, VA 20166
RVC 2921 Byrdhill Rd., Richmond, VA 23328
U-turn 2101 Maywill Street, Richmond, VA 23230
VA Juniors
Williamsburg Volleyball Club
More clubs and sites to come

New for the 2015 ACPL

2015 College Showcase PRESENTED BY NIKE

March 27th and 28th, 2015

16 Jr. teams, 15 college coaches 2 days of top level competition!

Only ACPL members are eligible. Join today!

More info to follow soon.

Questions - Call Will at 757-672-1586