KPRD offers two coed volleyball leagues an advanced intermediate on Tuesday and a beginner/intermediate on Wednesday. They both offer a unique pick-up game format but will vary in skill level. We offer two seasons: Winter (January-April) & Fall (September- December). Registration for the Winter season begins in December and for the Fall season in July.
- Tuesday- Advanced Intermediate*
- Dates: September 4 – December 18
- Time: 6:30-9:00
- Fee: $40.00
- Registration ends on September 3rd
- Wednesday- Beginner/Intermediate
- Dates: September 5 – December 19
- Time: 7:30-9:00
- Fee: $25.00
- Registration for Wednesday night will end on Wednesday, September 26th
*Advanced Intermediate Player: An advanced Intermediate player is categorized as one whom has mastered the basic skills of volleyball. They have played in structured leagues, volleyball that has been officiated, or mandates legal hits and compliance with volleyball rules. The player should have the physical proficiency to perform all volleyball skills on court at a competitive level; and has achieved ball control and dependability with directional placement ability on shots.
All advanced intermediate players are subject to a skills assessment. Those found to not meet the minimum skill (listed below) will be asked to move to the beginner league on Wednesday nights or have their registration reimbursed.
- Has mastered the fundamental actions of volleyball and can perform them consistently at a high skill level and in compliance with volleyball rules.
- Can consistently get their serve in. Has the ability to control where their serve goes and control of the velocity of their serve.
- Can bump pass the ball with proper volleyball technique and directionally pass to the proper player. Can return serves and hit consistently to proper player on their team. Has the knowledge of digging and can perform this skill. Players at this level must consistently pass with accuracy and control.
- Can set the ball consistently to the location needed to properly allow for spikes. Has control over where sets go. Must be able to set ball cleanly with compliance to volleyball rules.
- Can perform spikes or overhead attacks consistently when set. Has knowledge of the hitter position and what that positions duties require and can perform those skills.
- Has the ability and knowledge to cover the floor in their position on the court. Must have physical range of motion to properly do this; and complete understanding of where to be positioned throughout the game.
- Has a clear understanding of volleyball rules and techniques; and can recognize faults and violations.
- Skill level is not necessarily associated with how many years you have played the sport. You could have played for years, and still be at a novice level or due to skills or physical conditions. Your skill level may have been at a higher level, and has now dropped to a lower skill level. Conversely, you may have an exceptional skill level and learned the sport quickly and been able to rise to a higher level after playing a short period of time.