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Volleyball Contact Info

Assistant Athletic Director:
Brandy Belk

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Department Phone:
512-471-5883

Department Fax:
512-471-6589

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UIL Volleyball

It is most important that each UIL member school stay current with all athletic rules and policies. This page contains sport specific rule and season information for volleyball. For additional information on UIL rules, refer to the policy section or the manuals section of our web site.

Volleyball News

December 03, 2019

The 2020-2022 Conference Cutoff numbers are now available!

TENTATIVE Volleyball Dates 2020-2021

Date Event or Deadline
August 3 First day to issue equipment and conduct workouts outside the school day, all conferences. (For grades 9-12 and separate ninth grade teams on separate campuses. Students in grades 8 and below may not work out before the first day of school.)
August 7

First day scrimmages are allowed, all conferences.

 

Reminder: This is the first date that scrimamges are allowed, teams do not have to scrimmage on this date.

August 10

First day for matches, all conferences.

  • A team is limited to the allowance of two contests per calendar week (Monday through Saturday) plus a tournament.
  • Three matches may be played during the first two calendar weeks allowed for matches (according to the official UIL calender).
  • If school is in session, the one contest per school week rule must be followed.

 

Reminder: This is the first date that matches are allowed, teams do not have to schedule a match on this date.

October 31 District Certification - All conferences
November 2-3             Bi-district - All conferences
November 5-7 Area - All conferences
November 9-10 Regional Quarterfinals - All conferences
November 13-14 Regional Tournament- All conferences
November 18-21 State Tournament

* All dates, times, and materials are subject to change.