MICHIGAN ATHLETIC CLUB 2018 FALL
COED RECREATIONAL LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS
From L to R: Robert Bennett, Christine Peffer, Griffin Dean & Tiffany Isham
After dominating the regular-season with a 23-1 record, Jalapeno Business earned a 1-seed in the MAC post-season recreational league tournament. Jalapeno Business advanced past Dirty Mike & The Boys in the first round by scores of 25–12, 25–22 & 25-21. The victory over Dirty Mike led Jalapeno Business into the championship round where they would meet 5-seed You’ve Been Served. Jalapeno Business left no doubt as they downed You’ve Been Served by scores of 19-25, 25-15 & 25-14 to win to earn the MAC recreational league championship. Keeping with tradition, both teams enjoyed a post-game gathering at the Pizza House afterwards. The MAC Volleyball Leagues will take a short break and start the 2018 Winter League in mid-January.
MICHIGAN ATHLETIC CLUB 2018 WINTER
COED COMPETITIVE LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS
From L to R: Lionel Vargas-Cruz, Julie Maloney, Leigha Burghdoff & Tim Sirgedas
After finishing the regular-season tied for second place with Spiked Punch with identical 16-8 records, Pizza House earned a 2-seed in the MAC post-season competitive league tournament. Pizza House advanced past Fraggle Block in the first round by scores of 25–20 & 25-22. The victory over Fraggle Block led Pizza House into the second round where they would meet Spiked Punch. Pizza House down Spiked Punch 19-25, 25-20 & 25-23 to earn a trip to the championship round where they would meet 1-seed SWAT. Pizza House pulled it off once again they downed SWAT by scores of 25-21 & 25-18 to win the MAC competitive league championship. Keeping with tradition, both teams enjoyed a post-game gathering at the Pizza House afterwards. The MAC Volleyball Leagues will take a short break and start the 2018 Fall League in mid-September.
The Michigan Athletic Club offers two adult coed volleyball leagues (fall and winter). Each league has a Recreational Division and a Competitive Division. The Recreational Division is geared towards the beginning to intermediate level players. The Competitive Division is for the experienced players only. League format includes rally score and match play (three games per night). In both the Recreational Division and the Competitive Division officials are not provided and games are “call your own." The leagues take place on Wednesdays, beginning in the early evening. League format includes a minimum of seven league games followed by an all-inclusive post-season tournament. Updated league standings and game results are posted weekly. Awards are provided to league champions.
Fall Coed League: mid-September to mid-November
Winter Coed League:M mid-January to mid-March
Registration takes place a few weeks prior to the season. Returning teams may get registration priority. Registrations are by whole team only. Individual registrants will be place on a team if possible. If enough players sign up to form a team, and a team is needed, they will form a “house team.”
Fees are $75 per team plus an additional per player fee of $15 for MAC members and $40 for guests.
Additional Volleyball Opportunities:
Drop-in Volleyball: We also host drop-in volleyball for members on Wednesday nights in between the end of the fall league in mid-November to the beginning of the winter league in mid-January. There may be additional drop-in opportunities after the Winter league ends in mid-March up until the weather is nice enough to move outside to the sand courts.
Beach Volleyball: After the winter leagues end in mid- to late-March be sure to check out our two state-of-the art outdoor sand volleyball courts for drop-in play during the summer months
Beach Volleyball Tournaments: Please contact Athletics Coordinator Mark Sanford.
For Additional information on the adult coed volleyball leagues, drop-in volleyball, drop-in beach volleyball, or to be placed on the volleyball database, please contact Athletics Coordinator Mark Sanford at 517.364.8826 or firstname.lastname@example.org.