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					   National Junior College Athletic Association
2010 Division II Volleyball National Championships
           Pre-Tournament Information




              The Wisconsin Dells Center at
                   Chula Vista Resort
                     2501 River Rd.
               Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
                    1-800-388-4782
                    (608) 254-8366
                    www.njcaa.org
             2010 NJCAA Division II Volleyball Championships

                                 Championship Host
                                 Kishwaukee College
                                  21193 Malta Road
                                   Malta, IL 60150
                                   (815) 825-2086


                                Championship Site
                     Wisconsin Dells Center at Chula Vista Resort
                                2501 N. River Road
                             Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
                                 1-(800) 388-4782
                                   (608) 254-8366


                                Championship Dates
                               November 18-20, 2010


                             Championship Committee

Tournament Director……………………………………………………………………………………………...Tim Keating
Wisconsin Dells Center, VP of Operations Manager ……………………………………………...Jeff Kaminski
Wisconsin Dells Center, Events Coordinator…………………………………………………………..….Tina Itson
Building Manager/Set-Up…………………………………………………………………………………….…Dave Dearth
Website…………………………………………………………………………………………………………..….Jennifer Ferree
Computer Services ……………………………………………………………………………………….……….Ryan Rodger
Marketing / Media …………………………………………………………………………………………….…..Patti Fichter
Tournament Program ……………………………………………………………………………………….…….Tara Draper
Merchandise ……………………………………………………………………………………………….….Gerilyn Kaminski
Hospitality Room / Banquet Services ……………………………………………………………….….Paul Jablonski
Individual Awards …………………………………………………………………………………………………..Dawn Wyatt
NJCAA Representative …………………………………………………………………………………..…..Kathy Feldman



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                                  Contact Information
Tournament Contact Information
Tim Keating, Tournament Director …………………………………………………………………….(319) 899-4643
tkeatingvb@gmail.com

Hotel Contact Information
Chula Vista Sports Reservations ………………………………………………………………………..(877) 250-4797

Website Information

NJCAA
www.njcaa.org

Wisconsin Dells Center at Chula Vista Resort
www.chulavistaresort.com




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                                        Team Qualification
                 The qualifying teams shall come from the following 16 districts:

   Director                Districts              Director                        Districts
 Berdy Kuiken       District A (Region 4a)      Jerry Smith                     District 1 (1)
 Berdy Kuiken       District B (Region 4b)      Sue Sinclair    District 3 (24a) – The top two teams from
                                                                 each geographic split will advance to a
                                                                  double elimination Final Four format
                                                                 hosted at Illinois Central in 2008. The
                                                                   undefeated team will be the District
                                                                Champion. The team who comes out of
                                                                 the losers bracket will be the District K
                                                                                 Champion
Brenda Hampton     District C (Region 11a)      Sue Sinclair                   District K (24b)
Brenda Hampton     District D (Region 11b)     Kathy Feldman          District L (Regions 3, 15, 19, 21)
 Scott Barlow      District E (Region 12a)     Carl Heinrich     District M (Region 6) – Seeds 1, 4, 5, 8 will
                                                                 play a single elimination tournament and
                                                                the winner will be the District M Champion
 Scott Barlow      District F (Region 12b)     Carl Heinrich     District N (Region 6) – Seeds 2, 3, 6, 7 will
                                                                 play a single elimination tournament and
                                                                the winner will be the District N Champion
 Marci Henry       District G (Region 9, 13)     Tom Mills                District O (Region 2, 16)
Michelle Ruble      District H (Region 20)      Lind Hartsell           District P (Regions 8, 10, 22)




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                         General Tournament Information
Tournament Program
ALL Information to be completed and sent to Tara Weiman at: taraw@chulavistaresort.com
Items Must Include:
High Resolution Photo
High Resolution Logo
Team Roster which includes: Player #, Name, Class, Position, Height, Hometown
Coach Name, Assistant Coaches, Managers, Athletic Director, Mascot, School Colors

DEADLINE for submitting all above information online is Tuesday, November 9, 2010
*Do not submit any information until your team has qualified

Tournament Credentials
Tournament credentials will be issued for each person on the official team roster. All others in
attendance must purchase their own tickets. Each participating college will receive
tournament passes for the Athletic Director and President; please list on the Official Entry
Form if they will be in attendance. All players and coaches must present passes upon entry.

Tickets
3 day tournament pass - $35
1 day entry ticket - $15

Team Banquet
The team banquet will be held on Wednesday, November 17th at 7:00 p.m. The banquet will
take place in the Riverview Room of the Chula Vista Resort. Please note: Teams must arrive by
6:45 p.m. This year we will have our opening ceremony as a part of the banquet. Banquet
tickets are $25 each. All banquet tickets for team members, team administrators, staff, and
fans must be reserved by the coach by going on line to the Chula Vista website. Dress for the
banquet is business professional.

Locker Rooms
There are no locker rooms available at the Wisconsin Dells Center. It is suggested that teams
dress at the hotel and come prepared to take the court upon arrival.




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Practice Court Schedule
The Wisconsin Dells Center will be available for 55 minute practice sessions on Wednesday,
November 17th. Practice times have been chosen by blind draw. The practice will be timed
with the clock starting on the hour. Times will start whether teams are there or not. Practice
times are as followed:
                           Time             Court 1             Court 2
                         9:00 AM          District A           District E
                        10:00 AM           District F          District B
                        11:00 AM           District J         District H
                      12:00 Noon           District C          District L
                         1:00 PM          District D           District P
                         2:00 PM          District N          District O
                         3:00 PM          District G           District K
                         4:00 PM          District M           District I

Training Room
A certified athletic trainer will be available at all times. All teams will need to provide their
own tape and First-Aid supplies.

Pre-Game Introductions
Teams will be introduced before each match. Teams will line up at their respective end lines
on both courts and then be introduced over the public address system.

Tournament Programs
Each coach and player will receive on complimentary program at the banquet. Additional
programs will be available for $5.00 each.

Tournament Website Updates
Tournament schedule and results will be available on-line and will be updated after the
conclusion of each match.

Open Wound Policy
We will adhere to the current NCAA volleyball rules and procedures regarding open wounds
and bleeding.


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Videotaping
There will be an elevated area with power available on each court for teams to use during
their match to videotape. Spectators will not be able to access this area.

Awards
Awards will be presented following the championship match. Team trophies will be awarded
to the first, second, and third place teams. There will be a Most Valuable Player award and a
twelve (12) member All-Tournament Team. Individual medals will be given to the members of
the first and second place teams. The Coach-of-the-Year Award will also be presented at this
time.

Transportation
Teams should book their flights to either Madison Regional Airport (45 minutes away) or
Milwaukee National Airport (2 hours away)

Rental Car contact numbers for pick-up in Madison are:
National: (608) 249-1614
Hertz: (608) 241-3803
Enterprise: (608) 241-8901
Budget: (608) 242-0429
Avis: (608) 242-0600

There are very limited number of 15 passenger vans available so please call if you require 15
passenger vans immediately upon qualification.




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Lodging
All participating teams are required to stay at the Chula Vista Resort. There are no
exceptions. There are special rates available, so please contact the Hotel Sports Booking
Agent for room availability immediately upon qualification at (877) 250-4797 and ask for
‘NJCAA Rates.’ Room rates are as followed (taxes and fees not included):

        Room Type                       Room Description                 Room Rate per Night
     Queen Junior Suite              2 Queens & Queen Sofa                    $100.00
                                              Sleeper
      2 Bedroom Condo             1 King, 2 Queens, Queen Sofa                   $200.00
                                       Sleeper, Full Kitchen,
                                    Fireplace, and Jacuzzi Tub
      3 Bedroom Condo               1 King, 4 Queens, 2 Queen                    $300.00
                                   Sofa Sleepers, Full Kitchen,
                                    Fireplace, and Jacuzzi Tub
         Fairway Villa               2 Queens & Queen Sofa                       $120.00
                                       Sleeper, Kitchenette
           Loft Villa                2 Queens, Bunkbed with                      $150.00
                                      twin/double, and twin
                                       pullout, Kitchenette



NJCAA Volleyball Tournament Dress Code
Game attire for all bench personnel other than uniformed players is business casual. This does
not include: jeans, shorts, cotton or fleece sweats, t-shirts, tank tops, hats, and flip-flops. All
players must be in uniform and/or team warm-ups.
Venue attire as a spectator: The recommendation for participating teams is appropriate attire.
Coaches must dress professionally.
Unless otherwise specified by the tournament host: While attending the banquet or other
non-game related functions, all members of the team travel party must be dressed in business
casual attire. T-shirts, jeans, hats, shorts, or flip-flops will not be permitted at these functions.




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                               Schedule of Events and Play
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
All Day – Team Arrival

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

      8:30 AM – 12:00 PM               Coaches Check – In      Chula Vista Resort Lobby
       9:00 AM – 5:00 PM                 Team Practices         Wisconsin Dells Center
            5:30 PM                     Coaches Meeting            Riverview Room
            6:45 PM                 Team Arrival for Banquet       Riverview Room
            7:00 PM                   Tournament Banquet           Riverview Room

Thursday, November 18, 2010

           Court # 1                          Time                    Court # 2
           Match 1                         9:00 AM                    Match 2
           Match 3                         11:00 AM                   Match 4
           Match 5                          1:00 PM                   Match 6
           Match 7                          3:00 PM                   Match 8
                                       End of First Round
     Match 9 (WM1/WM2)                      5:30 PM             Match 10 (WM3/WM4)
     Match 11 (WM5/WM6)                     7:30 PM             Match 12 (WM7/WM8)

Friday, November 19, 2010

           Court # 1                          Time                   Court # 2
      Match 13 (LM1/LM2)                   10:00 AM             Match 14 (LM3/LM4)
      Match 15 (LM5/LM6)                   12:00 PM             Match 16 (LM7/LM8)
                                      End of Second Round
     Match 17 (LM9/LM10)                    2:30 PM             Match 18 (LM11/LM12)
    Match 19 (WM13/WM14)                    4:30 PM            Match 20 (WM15/WM16)
    Match 21 (WM9/WM10)                     6:30 PM            Match 22 (WM11/WM12)

Saturday, November 20, 2010

           Court # 1                         Time                    Court # 2
    Match 23 (WM19/WM20)                   12:00 PM            Match 24 (LM17/LM18)
           One Court
            5th Place                       2:30 PM            Match 25 (WM17/WM18)
            3rd Place                       4:30 PM             Match 26 (LM21/LM22)
     Championship Match                     6:30 PM            Match 27 (WM21/WM22)


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                               NATIONAL JUNIOR COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION



                                                       ARTICLE XX

               CODE OF CONDUCT FOR ALL NATIONAL EVENTS, CONTESTS AND TOURNAMENTS

                   SPONSORED BY THE NATIONAL JUNIOR COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION



This code of conduct applies to all region, district and national events, contests and tournaments sponsored by the
National Junior College Athletic Association. Violations of the code of conduct occurring during the regularly scheduled
season events shall be referred to the respective conference or region Standards and Ethics Committee. The jurisdiction
of the NJCAA Code of Conduct ends when colleges competing in such tournaments arrive back on their respective
campuses.

Code of Conduct

    A. Participants shall recognize the responsibility for proper conduct at any national tournament, event or contest
       sponsored by the NJCAA or its member colleges.
    B. Coaches shall recognize and assume responsibility for the actions of themselves and the team members. Each
       coach who has participants competing in the event shall be responsible for informing each participant about the
       Code of Conduct.

    Behavior

    Coaches, players, and institutional personnel must remember that they are representatives of an institution of higher
    learning, its faculty, and administration and student body. As such they are expected to conduct themselves in a
    manner which would reflect credit on their team, institution, region and the NJCAA. Student-athletes, coaches and
    institutional personnel who are participating in NJCAA events are subject to all NJCAA rules, regulations and
    penalties as stated in the NJCAA Handbook as well as local, state and federal laws.

    Inappropriate and unacceptable behavior by coaches, players or institutional personnel will not be tolerated before,
    during, or after contests; at the hotel or in public while representing their college. This Code of Conduct does not
    replace Article XVIII of the NJCAA handbook. Unacceptable forms of behavior include but are not limited to:

        1.   fighting
        2.   taunting
        3.   inappropriate celebration
        4.   disrespectful attitude toward opponents, officials, tournament administrators
        5.   use of profane and vulgar language
        6.   use of tobacco and/or alcohol
        7.   disrespectful attitude toward host hotel personnel
        8.   unlawful activities


    Derogatory comments

    Coaches, athletes or institutional personnel shall not make derogatory public comments regarding administration of a
    tournament or officiating of contests during post-game interviews or at other times; to print or broadcast media, in
    news releases or institutionally produced news releases or under any conditions when their comments may become
    public. The head coach shall be fully responsible for assuring that no public comments are made by the coaching
    staff, student-athletes or institutional personnel about officiating, fighting or other incidents which occur during
    contests.


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   A coach shall not address or permit anyone in the team area to address uncomplimentary remarks to any game
   official during the progress of a contest or engage in conduct which might incite student-athletes or spectators against
   officials.

   Reporting

   Violations of the Code of Conduct may be reported to the Executive Director of the NJCAA or his designee.

Procedures and Penalties

   Immediate Action

   Where immediate action is needed to alleviate or control a situation, the Executive Director or designee shall have the
   authority to act at his/her sole discretion. Examples of events which would require immediate action include but are
   not limited to the following:

           Allegation of serious misconduct requiring immediate suspension of institutional personnel or student-athletes
           from competition.
           Instances where the Executive Director or designee deems it necessary to protect the equity and integrity of
           the competition.
           Protection of the event’s officiating program, particularly in an instance where public comments by an
           institutional representative may affect competition.
           Any instance or circumstance which might affect the safety of officials, participants or spectators attending the
           event.
   Penalties-Immediate Action

   The Executive Director or designee may issue any penalty that he/she believes appropriate to any student-athlete or
   institutional personnel who has violated the regulations pertaining to conduct when the Executive Director or designee
   concludes that immediate action is required. The actions of the Executive Director or designee shall be final and
   binding but shall be reported to the Standards and Ethics Committee within one week.

   Timely Action

   In cases where immediate action is not required but where sanctions are warranted, the Executive Director or
   designee may issue the following penalties:

   Reprimand: The Executive Director or NJCAA Standards and Ethics Committee may issue a letter of reprimand to
   the coach, player or institutional personnel who violates the regulations pertaining to conduct. Copies of the letter of
   reprimand will be sent to the Director of Athletics and the President of the institution.



   Probation, suspension and other penalties: If the misconduct is serious enough, the Executive Director or
   designee may issue other penalties which may include but are not limited to probation, suspension or disqualification
   of the coach, player or institutional personnel from participating in one or more contests.




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