• CCVC Women’s Ranking Info – If you have questions, you can contact us at ccvc@ccvcvolleyball.org. Rankings are determined by the CCVC Ranking Panel.  Each member ranks teams from top to bottom.  A point system is used in reverse order of ranking.  That is, if there are 20 teams, a 1st place vote is worth 20 points, 2nd place is worth 19 points, and so on.  Total points are counted for each team and then teams are ranked based on total points.  No set criteria is used for ranking teams, although panel members use a combination of objective and subjective criteria.  Each panel member uses results (objective) from the season to assist with their determination (subjective).  There are no restrictions on how to vote.  The priority is on women’s teams in California.
  • Why California Rankings? – There are over 40 women’s teams playing in California.  Only a fraction of these teams attend nationals and other large events.  Our overriding goal is to recognize all California teams and strengthen and grow club volleyball in this state.  The CCVC started the California rankings in 2014 because we believe it is important for all teams, not just the premier D1 teams, to be recognized for their accomplishments throughout the season.  We have already seen some of the positives:
    • Teams use the rankings to petition and obtain additional funding from their club sports departments.
    • Teams are able to tell family and friends about their California ranking.
    • Teams use the rankings as a recruiting motivator to recruit new players to play (i.e. join the #7 team in California).
    • Players use the rankings to apply for CCVC funded scholarships.
    • Players use the rankings as a way to apply to the CCVC trip to adult nationals.
    • Better seeding and pools at tournaments
  • In short, the rankings mean a lot to you and to us.  Our goal is to form diverse Ranking Panels as we believe it is important for all areas of California as well as all levels of play to have a voice.  Players and teams should know who is ranking them.  The process should not be a secret.  Players should be able to approach people at events and ask questions and feel comfortable providing information.  This is why the names of the members of the CCVC Ranking Panels are available to you.
    • M. Shippe, USC Coach – Chair
    • M. Reuter, Sac St Coach and NCCVL-W Commissioner
    • R. Huynh, UCLA Coach
    • S. McCabe, SDSU Player
    • C. Reilley, Sonoma St. Coach
    • K. Meyers, Santa Clara Player
  • Thank you to all 2016 Ranking Panel members! If you have questions or would like to serve as a Ranking Panel member, you can contact us at ccvc@ccvcvolleyball.org.

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