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Welcome to the CEVA Volleyblog. The Region uses this space to post all the news, events, announcements and information you need for the CEVA season. We have help for parents, players, coaches, club directors and fans. Our Volleyblog is here to help you understand the Region and keep you informed about what's happening.

CEVA Regional Championships in 2018 and 2019

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As you know we lost our grant for the Oregon Convention Center this year because we didn't book enough hotel rooms. So 2017 will be our last year in the Oregon Convention Center for CEVA Regional Championships.

We just signed a contract to play in the Portland Expo Center for 2018 and 2019. We will run the CEVA Regional Championships on two back-to-back weekends.

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Ref and Scorer Certification 2017-2018

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Referee and scorer training is now available for the 2017-2018 season.

All referee and scorer certification is done online through Webpoint & USAV Academy. Coaches and players must complete certification before their first tournament. CEVA/USA Volleyball members need to register for training through USA Volleyball Webpoint (membership account). Step-by-step directions are included below with a screen shot to guide you.

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College Financial Aid

Lisa Wendland from Wendland College Planning in Portland shares these tips for Financial Aid.

Dear Parents of Seniors:

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Do-It-Yourself Recruiting

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When you decide you would like to play college volleyball, here are some recruiting tips. Handle the recruiting process yourself. It's not your parent's job to get you recruited. It's a red flag to have parents emailing or calling on behalf of the athlete. It shows a) the parent could be an issue and b) the student-athlete is not ready to transition to being an adult.

1. Do a Google search on your name. What will coaches find? Make a list of the good stuff (newspaper stories, photos, video, etc.).

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