2014 Team Fees

$400US per team

Where To Stay

Download participating hotel list.

How to Register

Domestic U.S. Teams

Please email or mail your USAV Webpoint registration roster along with payment to address below.

International Teams

Please download and complete the Foreign Summary Form for Team Participation.

For each rostered participant please submit the following no later than tournament check-in (Friday evening May 16), preferably sooner to expedite check in:

(a) signed copy of the USAV Foreign Participant Registration Form

(b) USAV's Consent for Medical Treatment & Release Form, signed by the player's parent or legal guardian.

For each rostered participant, the following will also be required at tournament check in:

(a) Photo ID (Driver's license, passport or comparable government issued document).

(b) copy of birth certificate with birth date


To pay by Visa/MC, please contact Barb Anzivino at Spokane Sports Commission, M–F, 9am–4pm. 509.456.5812. This is the preferred method of payment for Canadian teams.

Email roster/forms to: Roland Madany

Or, mail forms and check to:
1318 E Sara Lane
Spokane WA 99223-6204
Make checks payable to: SBVC
Please register by 4/15.


Photos of Spokane Convention Center

Tournament Director

Roland Madany

Border Smackdown International
Boys Volleyball Tournament

May 17–18, 2014  |  Spokane Convention Center

For the 3rd year, Spokane Boys Volleyball Club and the Spokane Convention Center are excited to welcome Boys Volleyball teams from across Canada and the Western United States to Spokane for the 2014 Border Smackdown International Boys Volleyball Tournament. Athletes ages 13-18 will be competing throughout this great weekend of volleyball action. Sign your team up today.

2014 Schedule

Friday, May 16

6-8:30pm: Team Check-in and Practice Time

Join us for team check-in and open practice session at the Spokane Convention Center on May 17 & 18. Team Check-in will also be held at the same time at the Tournament Desk in the Convention Center.

Saturday, May 17

7–8am: Late Check-in

8am: Captain's Meeting

8:30am–4:30pm: Pool Play

Sunday, May 18

9am–5pm Tournament Play

Tournament Divisions

18s: 17s and 18s teams welcome, submit season record along with registration information for seeding purposes; strong 16s teams will be considered on exception basis, Net 8'

16s: 15s and 16s teams welcome, submit season record along with registration information for seeding purposes; strong 14s teams will be considered on exception basis, Net 8'

14s: 12s, 13s and 14s teams welcome, submit season record along with registration information for seeding purposes, Net 7'4"

Tournament Details

• Teams must comply with USAV medical release and roster requirements outlined during registration process. {I need to supply PDF forms to be used in as registration links}

• Five match guarantee. Adult R1 provided for each match; teams to provide remaining crew (R2/L1/L1/SK/LT.)

• Modified International Rules; USAV substitution limit of 12; libero can serve.

• Saturday pool play will be followed by double elimination bracket play on Sunday.

Tournament History

The tournament was created as opportunity to bring together boys teams from US and Canada, from around the Pacific NW and the western Canadian provinces, to enjoy high level competitive volleyball. All ages are welcome and will be seeded into 14s, 16s and 18s flights.

Spokane Convention Center

The brand new Spokane Convention Center, new home of the Border Smackdown Boys Volleyball Tournament, is located in the heart of downtown Spokane. It is walking distance to fine dining, pubs, hotels and a wide variety of shopping and entertainment.

Since the recent renovation of the Convention Center, it has hosted events such as PNQ, the region's largest volleyball tournament, Judo Jr. Nationals, U.S. Figure Skating National Championships, and more. Now's your chance to play in a state-of-the-art facility complete with concessions, and sport court.

Address: 334 West Spokane Falls Boulevard  Spokane, WA 99201

About Spokane, Washington

Spokane, serves as a shopping, entertainment, sports, and medical hub for the Pacific Northwest. Athletes and fans alike love to come to Spokane. We are home to Bloomsday, the largest timed road race in the nation, as well as Hoopfest, the largest three-on-three street basketball tournament in the world. Ironman is held each year in beautiful Coeur d’Alene, Idaho—just a 30-minute drive away. We are home to Gonzaga Bulldogs, Eastern Eagles, and Washington State Cougars. Here in Spokane, sports reign supreme.

Getting Here

Getting here is easy. Located along the I-90 corridor, Spokane is a simple drive from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Western Montana, and southern portions of Alberta and British Columbia. Downtown Spokane is located only 7 minutes from the Airport.


About Spokane Sports Commission

Say Hello

Sports don't just entertain. They improve communities. They drive economies. And no other organization brings sports events to the Inland Northwest like the Spokane Sports Commission. We are a nonprofit coalition of regional government; business and volunteers committed to recruiting and developing sports events. With these events come tourism dollars, entertainment and media attention attracting sports fans from around the world. Business wins. Kids win. Fans win, our region wins.


714 N Iron Bridge Way, Suite 202 | Spokane, WA 99202 | 509.456.5812  |  www.spokanesports.org

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