USAV Age Definitions
USA VOLLEYBALL JUNIOR PLAYER AGE DEFINITION
Once a player participates (including but not limited to practicing, training, attending workouts and/or competing) in a club or varsity program for any university, college, community college, or junior college, he/she is ineligible to take part in any regional and national programming, which includes but is not limited to national JNC qualifying and championship events.
|DIVISION||PLAYERS WHO WERE BORN ON OR AFTER....|
|18 and under||September 1st, 1999 or September 1st, 1998 and a high school student in the 12th grade during some part of the academic year.|
|17 and under||September 1st, 2000|
|16 and under||September 1st, 2001|
|15 and under||September 1st, 2002|
|14 and under||September 1st, 2003|
|13 and under||September 1st, 2004|
|12 and under||September 1st, 2005|
The Age Definition Policy was most recently revised by the USA Volleyball Board of Directors on January 19, 2002.
The classification cut-off date of September 1 was reviewed by the USAV Junior Assembly and the USA Regional Volleyball Association Assembly prior and during the USAV 2016 Annual Meetings and research justified the continuation of the cut-off date of September 1.