Big Pink Volleyball Tournament
Big Pink Volleyball Tournament for Breast Cancer
Oct. 26-30, 2014
Big Pink is not your typical volleyball tournament; it's a fun, fast-paced game using a huge, four foot wide hot pink volleyball!! Big Pink is not just a volleyball tournament, it's a philanthropic phenomenon that raises money for breast cancer awareness.
Packets are available starting September 15, 2014 at residence hall front desks and the West Side Housing and Fraternity and Sorority Life Office in Panhellenic Hall. The registration form will be available online as well. Registration is due by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 21 in the West Area Housing and Fraternity and Sorority Life Office.
One team member MUST attend one of the following meeting:
Thursday, Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. in Union 236
Friday, Oct. 24 at 10:30 a.m. in Union 304/306
The tournament will last from October 26-30 in the Student Recreation and Wellness center. Teams may consist of a maximum of eight players. Four to six players may be on the court for each game. The tournament is single-elimination with rally scoring. Team photographs will be taken on the first night of play and posted on the UCM Big Pink Facebook page.
The theme this year is superheroes! You don't have to have superpowers to be a hero...help fight breast cancer! Come dressed up as a superhero and your team might win a prize. Costumes will be judged on the first day of tournament play.
Fees, T-shirts and Donations
The tournament costs $30 per team. T-shirts may be ordered and donations can be made in the West Side Housing and Fraternity and Sorority Life Office in Panhellenic Hall.
A maximum of eight players may play on a single team. Teams must have a minimum of four players and a maximum of six players on the court for each game. Teams can be single-gender or co-ed, but everyone will play each other in the designated brackets. Please note, this is a single-elimination tournament with rally scoring. Team pictures will be taken on the first night of play and posted on the UCM Big Pink facebook page.
Proceeds go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure and Johnson County Cancer Foundation.