If you already have a SportsEngine Account, CLICK HERE to sign in your account to purchase your 2021-2022 Memberships.
If you do not already have a SportsEngine Account, first you will need to create an account before you can purchase a membership.
To create your own SportsEngine Account follow the Step by Step instructions below.
IMPORTANT NOTE: A family will only have one SportsEngine account. A parent/guardian must create the account as the primary account holder must be 18+ to sign waivers and purchase memberships.
The PARENT/GUARDIAN is the one who will create a SportsEngine account. Once logged in, you will be able to add junior athlete(s) in which to purchase a membership for. Each profile will have their own name and date of birth, but all will be housed under the same email.
Athlete profiles can be shared under two household accounts.
If a family has multiple players, they can all have their membership information in the same master account, using one set of login credentials (called a "family account"). *NOTE: Primary account holder MUST be a parent/guardian. Your athlete will have a profile added to your “household” once they have a membership.
There is NO charge for the parent to create the Family Account.
NOTE: If you are the parent/guardian of a participating athlete, please create the account with your information (including your Name, email address, Date of Birth, etc). You will add your athlete to your SportsEngine account as a sub profile later during the registration and/or rostering process.
How to Create a SportsEngine Account
Verify Your SportsEngine Account
Helpful Tip! If you are experiencing issues when trying to create a SportsEngine account, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SETTING UP AN ACCOUNT
After creating a SportsEngine Account, CLICK HERE to Login. You may login automatically if the browser has saved the login email and password. If a family has multiple players, they can all have their membership information in the same master account, using one set of login credentials (called a "family account"). This is different than past seasons. In the old system, all individuals needed their own login. *NOTE: Primary account holder MUST be a parent/guardian. Your athlete will have a profile added to your “household” once they have a membership.
QUIZZARD WILL HELP YOU FIND THE RIGHT MEMBERSHIP
SportEngine will use Quizzard to allow members to find the right membership for them based on how they plan to participate. Once the Member has logged in (CLICK HERE), they will be prompted to choose "WHO" they are buying the Membership For. This will pull up all of the profiles within their account and give them an Option to add a Child to purchase a Membership for.
Once they select who they are buying the Membership for they will be prompted to add/update their required information.
This will be pre-filled from their SportsEngine account profile. The following information is required to purchase a Membership for the player:
First Name, Last Name, Gender
Date of Birth, Email
Address 1, City, State, ZIP, Country
HOW ARE MEMBERSHIPS SUGGESTED?
In the Quizzard, Memberships can be suggested based on the members Date of Birth, Gender, Role and Duration of Participation.
Gender will not typically be used to determine a Membership, but can be used in pricing variations to adjust the amount due if needed. The Quizzard will use a combination of the Date of Birth, Role & Duration to suggest memberships for the member to purchase.
When you get to the checkout page, you will see two “transactions” that equal the total membership price. One transaction represents the fees going to Delta Region, and the other represents the fees going to USAV. This is different than in the past. Don't be confused. You'll still be charged the same amount - you're just going to see an itemized breakdown. You may also see two separate charges (totaling the amount of your membership) on a credit card statement. No refunds are eligible.
STEPS TO BECOME ELIGIBLE
After a membership is purchased, you will receive an e-mail outlining the additional steps necessary to become eligible to participate. This can include a background screening, SafeSport certification, etc. Your account will also show these steps.
If a family has multiple players, they can all have their membership information in the same master account, using one set of login credentials (called a "family account"). This is different than past seasons. In the old system, all individuals had to have their own login.
Any adult who is affiliated with junior volleyball program in any capacity will be required to complete a USA Volleyball background screening. NEW FOR 2021-22: Screenings will now be for one year and will be required annually thereafter.
Background screenings will be a separate purchase, done after your membership purchase is complete. You will automatically receive a link via e-mail to purchase a BGS if you need it.
USAV background screening fees are below, which includes a supplemental screening prior to the second season -free.
Non-citizen screenings require an additional fee be collected:
This is a pass-through fee. Delta Region does not profit from background screen charges.
When a membership is purchased, you will not have the option of associating yourself with a club. This is different than past seasons.
A club must first invite you to join their club. This will be followed up with an email to confirm you want to affiliate with their club. This process must happen before a player or coach can be placed on a roster.
A player may be asked to join several clubs. Finding the right club for your son or daughter can be a daunting task. If you are new to club volleyball you will want to find out as much information as you can about the clubs in your area before you make your selection. First of all, it is a serious commitment of time and money. Click Here for a guide that will help the volleyball family make an informed decision.
Once a player accepts a club's invitation the club will send them a affiliation confirmation. When the player agrees to be affiliated with the club the player is then added to the team roster. A player can not change to another club once they have been added to a club roster until the end of their club season-which is usual after the GJNC in July. Complete Transfer Policy may be found below.
While most clubs strive to allow as many athletes the opportunity to participate as possible, unfortunately not every athlete will be afforded an invitation for that particular year.
Athletes who do not make a program should not be discouraged. Delta Region Clubs value hard work, determination, and improvement over time. Every year is a new tryout year and Delta Clubs look forward to athletes trying out in the following year and working to make a program.
These one-page PDF’s are simplified instructions for parents/guardians on the most common functions they will complete within the USAV MMS
As a rule, the Delta Region will not refund membership purchases. Special cases of hardship and injury prior to using a full membership will be examined on a case-by-case basis.
If a refund is approved, credit card service fees will be applied. Any membership refunds will be pro rated based on the length of utilization.
REFUNDS WILL NOT BE ISSUED, EITHER IN WHOLE OR IN PART, DUE TO THE COVID-19 SEASON CANCELLATION.
It is recommended that athletes purchase the $10.00 Tryout Membership while participating in club tryouts.
If you are new to Junior Volleyball or you are not sure you want to play this season, the Delta Region now offers a $10 tryout fee which is cost-effective. If you are chosen for a team the $10 will be taken off the total cost of a ‘Regular Junior Membership’. Tryout Membership also is not refunded.
Once a player commits to the club, the club will then be able to put that player on the roster of a team. The player is then officially committed to that club. Any financial commitments made to a club are between the individual and the club (not the Delta Region) ~ Clubs are private enterprises.
Once he/she accept's a Club's Invitation that player is committed to a club for the entire USA Volleyball season which concludes at the end of the Junior National Championships in July.
NOTE: Only a change in geographical location of the family due to a change in job, military, scholastic or inner-collegiate status may receive special consideration. Application for a waiver to the Transfer Policy must be made by the parent of the player to the Delta Region Commissioner using the same said form below.
What if the team has disbanded and no longer intends to participate? A player can be reassigned to a different club in the Delta Region if the team the player is currently affiliated with has disbanded and no longer intends to participate in any USA Volleyball sanctioned event, whether in or outside the Delta Region. This must be confirmed by the Club Director before any contact can be made with the player. Players from a disbanded team may request a transfer using the same said form below. A disbanded team may withhold such authorization if the player(s) is/are not in good standing with the club. Any financial commitments to a club are between the individual and the club~ Clubs are private enterprises.
If a player on a disbanded team transfers without filing the proper written authorizations, then the player and the new team/club may be sanctioned.