2013 Puget Sound Region Awards Banquet
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The 2013 Puget Sound Region of USA Volleyball Awards Banquet will take place at 7pm May 17 at the Metropolis Banquet Hall in Renton, Washington. The event will recognize the individuals and teams who achieved excellence during the 2012-2013 season.
The keynote speaker for the event with be the new Seattle University Head Volleyball Coach James Finley. The event will also include a viewing of the trailer for Court and Spark, A Volleyball Documentary and recognition of the teams that will represent the Puget Sound Region at the Girls Junior National Championships.
The Awards Presented
Puget Sound RegionVolleyball Hall of Fame Award
The Puget Sound Region established this special recognition
in 2011. This award was established to recognize excellence within our growing region. Awarded to coaches, players, officials, or parents who have demonstrated
extraordinary long term service to our region.
All Region Team
Juniors from any age group are eligible for this award. Players who are nominated for this award should demonstrate excellence above their peers in two or more of the following categories: athletic ability, inspiration, community service,teamwork, leadership or academics.
Sand Player of the Year
This award recognizes an all around sand player who has show a commitment and love for the sand volleyball game. Players who are nominated should be competitive among their peers, and demonstrated a commitment to the sport.
A Player who has helped to grow the sand game in some way would be a great nominee for this award.
Wayne Gardner Award Most Inspirational
Awarded to a member of the regionwho has demonstrated the ability to inspire their athletes to become better in the game of volleyball and life! Someone who is nominated for this award should show the ability to elevate their players through their words and actions.
Bill Neville Award for Leadership
This award is to recognize a member of the region whose leadership has gone above and beyond what is expected. Nominees should be a good mentor to their team and fellow coaches. This award is named appropriately after one of
the greatest leaders in the game of volleyball, and from our region, Bill Neville!
Nominees for this award are from our U14 or younger age groups. They should be in their first year of volleyball, and have demonstrated a great love and dedication to the sport. They may have inspired others to play through their
own enjoyment of the game.
Metropolitan Banquet Hall (View)
16420 SE 128th St
Renton, WA 98059
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