Hang 10 Volleyball - Event Details

September 1, 2019
Grass Volleyball Event
September 1, 2019
302 North Carolina Highway 54 W, Carrboro, NC


HANG 10 VOLLEYBALL - REVCO DAYS - September 1 - Grass Reverse Coed 4s (big court) - Sponsored by Archer Graphics
Presented by AVP America, Park&Sun Sports, Plastic Clothing, Rox Volleybal, Volleyball USA, Unsinkable Sunglasses, and Wilson

Divisions: Coed 4's Advanced; Coed 4's Intermediate; Coed 4's Novice;

Double Points

Online Registration is Closed

Additional Information:

HANG 10 VOLLEYBALL'S REVCO DAYS are here!!!  This is our annual two-day tournament where we have Reverse Coed 2s on Saturday and Reverse Coed 4s on Sunday over Labor Day Weekend (August 31 and September 1).  This gives us all the necessary time to fully recover after playing two days in a row!!!

This is registration for Reverse Coed 4s on Sunday, September 1.  Reverse Coed 2s on Saturday, August 31 has a separate event/registration page on AVP America.  Please pass this information along to all of your volleyball playing friends.  We love having new players come and join us and growing the volleyball community. 


RevCo 4s format will be: big court, block DOES NOT count as a touch and otherwise normal USAV outdoor 2s volleyball rules (i.e., no open hand serve receive, no open hand tips, etc.), and the let service rule WILL NOT BE IN EFFECT.  Please note that we play with standard 2s rules for 4s and have certain modification for 4s that are announced/distributed in advance of the tournament. 

Team composition for RevCo 4s is 2 guys and 2 girls.  Each team may have up to 6 players on their roster (each player is required to pay a separate entry fee).  For a player to eligible to play in playoffs, a player must play in at least half of the sets during pool play (i.e., 3 sets in a 4-team pool and 4 sets in a 5-team pool).  A team cannot substitute a player during a set other than for injury, and the injured player will not be permitted to return during that set.   


Advanced (Open), Intermediate (AA) and Novice (A) divisions. There must be at least 4 teams for a division to run. The tournament directors may combine divisions as necessary (however, we will make every effort to split out divisions for playoffs if divisions are combined for numbers reasons). In addition,the tournament directors reserve the right to move any team to another division for purposes of promoting fair play and/or to make the tournament run more efficiently.

If there is not enough teams for 3 divisions, we will only have Advanced (Open/High AA) and Intermediate (Low AA/A).  The tournament directors will move teams to the appropriate division based on team composition and past results of the individual players (yes, we track all players' finishes).  

We will be closely monitoring divisions and if we feel like a team is trying to sandbag in any division we will move you up to the next division.  

Use the following as guideline for determining which division your team should sign up in:

Open: This is for very experienced and elite players. You will often find former college volleyball players in Open. You can expect high velocity jump serves, hand setting and consistent blocking. Helmets are encouraged.


AA: This is for players that have very good knowledge and understanding of doubles volleyball. Players in AA are comfortable with doubles play and strategy. You can expect a very consistent level of play. This is the division that consistently hosts the most players in our tournaments.


A: This is for players who are newer to/still learning doubles volleyball but still have a good understanding of volleyball generally. Players in A are still learning doubles play and strategy, but exhibit good basic volleyball skills. 


If you have any questions, just message us on our page Hang 10 Volleyball ore-mail at hang10volleyball@gmail.com and we can help give you some guidance. Contacting us BEFORE registering goes a long ways.


In our first three seasons we have handed out over $26,000 in cash and prizes to our players.  We would love to make our payouts in 2019 even bigger, and the way to do this is with even more teams! Please continue to help us spread the word about Hang 10 Volleyball.  We love meeting new players and growing our volleyball community.


If you played with us last year and know the drill, please read the important change and announcements below. If you have not played with us before, please read our "What to Expect at a Hang 10 Volleyball Tournament" Page.



  • We are playing at Hank Anderson Community Park in Carrboro, NC at Multi-Purpose Field #1.  Multi-Purpose Field #1 is located at the back of the Park and is on the left hand side of the only road running through the Park.  If you get to the round-about, you have gone too far and turn around and go 10 yards and you will be at Multi-Purpose Field #1.  Here is a picture of the field: