The Maine Association of Volleyball Officials is approved by the Maine Principals Association as the exclusive volleyball officials association in Maine, and our officials referee all high school matches in the state of Maine. Many of our members also officiate college (NCAA), and club (USAV) volleyball. Our officials have the opportunity to referee volleyball from September through May, and can work as much as they want, depending on their availability.
Starting with the 2019-2020 school year all Maine sports officials are required by the state to have a background check and have their fingerprints placed on file with the state. If you had these obligations taken care of at that time, you have one more year before they expire, and please be aware that you will have to have them re-done and re-submitted before the 2024-2025 school year.
(posted November 8, 2022)
You've been tasked with being your school's official volleyball scorekeeper. Now what?
Here's how to become an integral part of the officiating team as an assistant scorekeeper.
So you want to be a high school volleyball line judge? Are you ready?
Check out this instructional video from our friends at the Greater Kansas City Officials Association.
The "how to" be a volleyball scoreboard operator/timer
A collection of over 50 high school referee training videos for R1 and R2 covering a variety of common situations.
An excellent video showing how to properly display player uniform numbers following a fault or sanction card. We ALL need to be doing it the same way.
A detailed explanation of what officials look for in overlapping and out-of-alignment situations
Here is another perspective on how to best recognize overlapping and out-of-alignment situations
We should all be conducting our pre-match coaches and captains meetings the exact same way, including all the same details and information. This is an excellent video showing how a proper pre-match meeting is conducted.
Extremely well-produced and detailed video for line judges. The information in this video will be valuable to all high school volleyball officials who must train non-certified officials on the job of line judge.
Here is a good video with detailed descriptions and examples of legal and illegal contacts by a back row player.