Nomination Deadline - Monday prior to the State Tournament
All-Star nominations should be made on-line. Forms may be e-mailed or faxed if requested by a coach.
Shall be composed of the regional Volleyball Committee members from the Red and Blue sections of the state. Committee members shall be elected from 1A,2A,3A,4A schools in even-numbered years to serve a two-year term. In odd-numbered years, committee members from 5A,6A schools shall be elected to serve a two-year term. These committees will meet together at a time called by the Chairperson of the Volleyball Committee. A chairperson shall be appointed for the Red section and one for the Blue section of the state for each division. The Red and Blue sections will then be divided into 1A-2A-3A-4A and 5A-6A. It shall be the responsibility of each divisional committee to select 12 players to represent their section of the state and 8 alternates for each team. The positions for players to be selected are as follows: 3 middle blockers, 4 outside hitters, 2 setters and 3 at-large. The Red section is made up of Regions 1, 3, 4, and 6. The Blue section shall be composed of Regions 2, 5, 7 and 8. The alternates will be listed in order of preference from first to last and will be designated as middle blocker, outside hitter, setter, or defensive specialist.
II. VOLLEYBALL COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
A committee member's responsibility is to screen the nominations for the All-Stars from their region and division. The selections will be made from player nominations submitted to TGCA on or before Monday prior to the state volleyball tournament. Screening will be based on the following criteria:
The nominated players must be incoming seniors.
The Committee may name two athletes from the same school to an All-Star team. Clarification: The Committee has the option of selecting two athletes from one school, and one school only per All-Star team on a yearly basis.
The high school head varsity girls' volleyball coach must be a member of the TGCA by November 1 of the current year before the school is eligible to have an All-Star.
Any member coach in good standing may nominate as many players from any school as desired. The current head coach must be contacted for approval of the player being selected as an All-Star. Coaches should be aware that the nominated athlete MUST ATTEND the first meeting of the All-Stars with the officials of the TGCA in the host city for the Summer Clinic, as well as all workout sessions and the All-Star game. Athletes who cannot commit to this should not be considered for nomination.
III. ASSOCIATION COACHES:
Their responsibility is to place the nomination for the All-Star teams in the hands of TGCA on or before Monday prior to the state volleyball tournament.
IV. CHAIRPERSON OF
THE VOLLEYBALL COMMITTEE:
Will call meetings for all committees at the State Volleyball Tournament, collect the final selections of all committees and give them to the Executive Director for verification.
Shall accept the final selection for All-Stars and alternates for both divisions from the Red and Blue committee chairpersons, and will verify these players after the state tournament. These selected players will be notified in writing by the Executive Director.
* ALTERNATES --
The use of alternates will be governed as follows:
Alternates will be contacted in the order they are selected, if necessary. The first alternate will be asked to participate in the All-Star game; then the second alternate will be contacted, etc., until the list is complete for the position they are selected (middle blocker, outside hitter, setter, or defensive specialist). Official notification of an alternate will be made by the Executive Director.
The standing committees for cross country, volleyball, cheerleading, basketball, track & field
and softball will review submitted nominations from their region and division
for the Legacy All-Star team selections. The selections will be made from player
nominations submitted to TGCA by member coaches on or before the Monday
noon prior to the state tournament or meet of the particular sport. Selections will
be based on the following criteria:
1. The nominated players must be graduating seniors.
2. The Standing Committee will select the best twenty (20) nominees in the particular
sport in 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A and the best twenty (20) nominees in the particular sport in
3. The high school head varsity coach must be a member of TGCA in good standing
before November 1st of that school year before the school is eligible to have an All-Star(s).
4. A coach may nominate as many graduating senior players as desired from any school.
5. The TGCA Legacy All-Star team members in each sport will receive a certificate from
the TGCA recognizing their achievement of being named to the team. There will be no
All-Star game for these teams.
Revised by vote of the Board of Directors on June 2, 2013.
Revised by vote of the membership at the annual business meeting July 10, 2014.
Revised by vote of the membership at the annual business meeting July 16, 2015.
Revised by vote of the Board of Directors June 4, 2017.