TRANSPORTATION: Transportation is the responsibility of athlete/parent/care provider. Please arrive at least 45 minutes before competition start time.
PARKING: Park on the south side of the building in the gravel parking lot. Enter the building at the red star.
2:15 p.m. Hot RODs #2 vs. Monroe Co. Slammers (Game 21/Court 2)
Hot RODs #1 vs. Monroe Co. Spikers (Game 23/Court 6)
4:15 p.m. Winner Game 20 vs. Winner Game 21(Court 1)
Loser Game 20 vs. Loser Game 21 (Court 2)
Winner Game 22 vs. Winner Game 23 (Court 5)
Loser Game 22 vs. Loser Game 23 (Court 6)
COMPETITION AREA: The volleyball courts will only be used for competition. Teams may NOT warm up on unused courts. Spectators may NOT sit on unused courts.
TEAM CAMPS: No space is available for team camps. There is a common area where teams may sit when not playing. If you get up, please take your gear with you. DO NOT save seats when you are not using them. Please bring chairs to provide additional seating.
AWARDS: Awards will be presented on the court.
MEALS: No meals will be provided. A concession stand will be open throughout the day. No outside coolers, food, or beverage is allowed in the venue except water bottles. There are some local food options within a short drive.
FIRST AID: First aid will be available at coaches check-in.
SOUVENIRS: Souvenirs will be available.
SPECTATORS: Spectators may only sit on the black colored floor. Small bleachers will be provided. You may bring your own chair.
TOBACCO/ALCOHOL POLICY: Tobacco and alcohol use is NOT permitted at any Special Olympics event. Please follow all posted signs regarding tobacco use at venue. All schools and college campuses are tobacco free, this includes in your car parked in the school/campus parking lot.
SERVICE ANIMALS: Pets of any kind are NOT permitted at any Special Olympics venue. Service animals are permitted. Please remember these are working animals and should not be approached unless permission is granted by owner.
MEDICATIONS: If your athlete needs assistance with his/her medications please send them in containers marked with athlete’s name, prescription name, dose and time; along with a schedule of these medications indicating the dosage and time of administration and a notation of why medication is being taken Medications are to be given to their coach. Athletes who take responsibility for self-medication while at home may continue to do so during the weekend, but medications need to be packaged as described above.
MEDICAL EMERGENCY: Dial 911. Please not that dailng 911 from a cell phone may not contact the local area emergency personnel. The H.O.D., Greg Townsend, is to be notified of all medical emergencies (812) 584-6861 as well.
CODE OF CONDUCT: Athletes, Unified Partners, and Coaches/Chaperones must follow the Special Olympics Code of Conduct, including refraining for the use of un-prescribed drugs and alcohol, no gambling during any scheduled Special Olympics event, and adherence to established facility rules and regulations.
DRESS CODE AND UNIFORMS: Athletes will dress in a manner which will bring credit to them, Special Olympics Indiana and the sport. Athletes are to wear their NEW SOIN-ROD Shield Blue T-Shirt. If you do not have this t-shirt, please see Greg. Prohibited apparel includes t-shirts or anything (including hats) with inappropriate subject manner. Volleyball uniforms will be handed out the day of competition and returned afterwards to your coach.