Arizona Region of USA Volleyball

2014 AZ Region Junior Beach Registration

The Arizona Region's Junior Beach Program is accepting registrations for the 2014 summer season, it's 12th! Several tournaments are available in all age groups.

To register for the Arizona Region Beach program, players are required to pay an annual $20 per athlete beach program fee which includes; tournament insurance, court rentals, administration and site fees. You can register for the beach program and pay online through the Webpoint registration system. To register for the program online log into Webpoint, click on Event Registration on the left side in the blue boxes, go to Other Region Events, click on 2014 Junior Beach Program. To register by paper form print off the brochure here. Mail to the AZ Region office.

Tournament fees are $10 per player. You only pay for the tournaments in which you play. Payment is onsite for each tournament.

All participants must also be an AZ Region member. If you are currently playing with a club you are registered for 2014. If you are not registered with a club for 2014 you will need to have a 2014 Summer Membership - the Summer membership is $15 and is good from May 1 to Aug 31. Click the appropriate link to register with AZ Region in the Webpoint registration system - I have never been a USAV/AZ Region member before OR I have been a USAV/AZ Region member before but need to renew

You can see the entire summer's schedule here and you can download the program brochure here as well.

Specialty tournaments include the Father's Day and Mother's Day tournaments.

Coed tournaments will also continue this season which must be one male and one female with the team being placed in the age division of the oldest team member. The Junior Beach program for 2014 is under the direction of Jr. Beach Coordinator Micah Briscoe.

Keep up to Date with the Jr. Beach Program

The Arizona Region's Jr. Beach program has launched a Facebook page for those wishing to keep up on results, looking for partners for tournaments and other communication needs.

The Region has also launched the Jr. Beach's own photo album which can be accessed by all and pictures pulled off and printed or shared.