Step 1. Register with USAV
USA Volleyball (USAV) is the parent organization under which Maine Juniors operates. Each player must be registered with USAV before coming to tryouts. The USAV membership fee must be paid online when registering.
As noted above, you must use SportsEngine for USAV registration: https://memberships.sportsengine.com/org/new-england-region-volleyball
You must have a SEASON Juniors Membership to play. New this year, USAV offers a Tryout Membership. Do not select this option if you intend to play the full season or you will have to pay twice for a membership. Be sure to select the SEASON membership. Your 7-digit membership number will be printed on your member card, which can be found in SportsEngine under My SportsEngine –> Household –> Player Name.
Please note: When you register for USAV membership, there is a box for “Do you want to play in college?” If you click yes, you are registered with a NCSA recruiting account. You do not need to click yes! The NCSA is a very aggressive recruiting organization that tries to sell you services. Please keep in mind that Maine Juniors has a recruiting coordinator (Louise Hester) who can help you with your recruiting needs for free. She can be reached at email@example.com
Step 2. Fill out the Maine Juniors Tryout Registration on PlayerFirst
Welcome to PlayerFirst , 3STEP Sports’ registration platform. In a few easy steps, you will be able to create an account, register your child for a team, league, or camp; and pay securely online. If you pay via online check, there is no service fee. Our user-friendly platform will enable you to complete the process in minutes, and a unique URL for each club will allow you to come back to the page to see all the programming for the year with just one click. Registering has never been so easy and seamless!
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Step 3. Bring the USAV Medical Release Form
Download and print the USAV Medical Release Form and bring the completed paper form with you to your tryout date. Be sure the player’s health insurance information is completed legibly and that the form is signed by both the player and a parent/guardian. You will not be able to step on the court unless this form is filled in entirely and signed correctly.