OVR, Athlete’s Bill of Rights

As tryouts approach parents and players should read over and understand their rights as a player and receiving invitations to play for a club. Many players tryout for multiple clubs but how long do you have to think it over before they reply to the director? Are you bond once you except to that club? What should be done if you feel pressured to give a reply sooner than the 10 day acceptance/refusal period? Don’t feel pressured as a player or parent to except before the 10 day period.

View The Full OVR Athlete’s Bill of Rights: Click Here

For the 2017-2018 USAV Season the OVR designates a National Level Player Signing Day which will be the Wednesday following the first day of approved tryouts in November for girls. Girl’s Tryouts are approved to begin on Sunday, November 12, 2017. Clubs will be able to host tryouts beginning this day and National Level Players will need to decide whether to accept or decline their invitation to play by Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 9 PM.
American and Regional Level players will have the full 10 days to decide whether or not to accept the invitation.

National team tryouts have been granted a “shorter acceptance/refusal” time period; that time period is now – 3 DAYS / 72hrs.
American/Regional team tryouts are still required to use the 10 DAY acceptance/refusal time period.

View The Full OVR Athlete’s Bill of Rights: Click Here

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