Chris Wakefield, coach of the West End High School volleyball team in Richmond, VA, hosted a 24-team JV tournament at the Richmond Volleyball Club on Saturday, October 13th. The varsity players scored on the 8 courts using VolleyWrite, and it was a success!!
Don’t you wish your scorer was this happy scoring your matches?
Good volleyball and good scoring make for smooth sailing. It’s all good…
Redesignating a libero is easy! VolleyWrite has two ways to do it:
1. Use the Injury button. When you select the libero as the injured player, your options
When you select “Libero Redesignation”, you get a drop-down box to enter the new libero and to change the jersey (if it was necessary for the player to change to a different number to wear a contrasting jersey).
2. When you click a player on the bench (or use drag and drop action) then click on the libero (in the libero box or on the court – it doesn’t matter), VolleyWrite brings up the Redesignation dialog which allows you to change which player is the libero.
Note that after either of these options, the number of the redesignated libero will be on the bench in red, as the libero may not participate as a libero or a non-libero player for the rest of the set.
If you have any questions, please e-mail us at Info@VolleyWrite.com.
Congrats to all of the Ohio high schools who competed in the final post-season tournament at Wright State University’s Nutter Center, and to Ursuline Academy (D I), Padua Franciscan (D II), Versailles (D III) and New Bremen (D IV) who took home state titles! All matches were scored with VolleyWrite, and this year, as it should have been, there was no excitement except on the court!
And special thanks to the folks behind the scenes, especially at the scoring table scoring with VolleyWrite!
The OHSAA will again be using VolleyWrite to score the state final volleyball tournament this week on Thursday, November 9, Friday, November 10, and Saturday, November 11 at the Nutter Center at Wright State University.
“VolleyWrite has made it much easier to train staff on scoring matches. They’ve made it so easy my sons were scoring our high school matches when they were 11 years old. But more importantly VolleyWrite is an integral part of our 24 team charity high school boys volleyball tournament. Their tournament software is fantastic! It just works! And parents love being able to see live scoring results and standings on their phones. If you’re running a tournament, make sure you are using VolleyWrite!”
-Matt Snyder, Coach at Stow-Munroe Falls High School and co-chair of the Spike for Tykes Volleyball Tournament
What a tournament! The TSSAA again used VolleyWrite to score all of its state final tournament volleyball matches on October 17, 18 and 19 in Murfreesboro. It was ideal to use VolleyTourney to provide live scores for the matches, especially since the matches on the first two days were played on four courts in three different venues! Take a look at the results at www.VolleyTourney.com.
Congrats to the winners from all five divisions: Baylor, Webb, Brentwood, Portland and Berean Christian! That was some exciting volleyball!
Thanks to VolleyWrite, all of the excitement was on the court and not at the scoring table. If you’re not using VolleyWrite yet, download the free trial of the Windows version and check it out!
The Spike for Tykes volleyball tournament was held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center on Friday, May 5. Congrats to St. Xavier (Cincinnati) for winning!! And even more importantly, there was a lot of good volleyball and lots of fun and excitement! – And all for a good cause!
We donated the use of our computers and used VolleyTourney.com for live scores and automatic bracket updates. Everything worked like a charm!
Thank you to all the coaches who brought their computers/iPads and to all the VolleyWrite scorers! You were an important element in the success of the tournament!