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Future Gateway Region 2023-2024 season Tryout Dates

  • All Boys 8-18's may begin the tryout process on Friday September 6, 2024 after 5 PM.

2024 National Qualifier Events information:

  • 2022 - Addition of Boys 15 USA Bid Division
  • 2023 - Addition of Boys American Bids in B16 and B18s
  • For Boys 2024 National Qualifier Tournaments - Click Here!

2023-24 Season Boys Teams Qualified

Boys Open

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Boys USA

  • Attack B17 - Winter Championships
  • STL Crossfire B17 T1 - Dennis Lafata Boys Bid Classic
  • K Elites VBC B17U Navy - Dennis Lafata Boys Bid Classic
  • Pursuit Boys 15 Elite - Dennis Lafata Boys Bid Classic

Boys American

  • NSSC Boys 18's Black - GW Boys HS Regional Championships
  • NSSC Boys 16's Black - USAV Re-Allocation
  • MW Shock 16 Boys - GW Boys HS Regional Championships

2022-23 Season Boys Teams Qualified Out-Of-Region

Boys Open

  • Boys BSVBC 14 Black - Dennis Lafata Boys Bid Classic

Boys USA

  • Pursuit Boys 14 Elite - Dennis Lafata Boys Bid Classic
  • Boys BSVBC 15 Black - Winter Championships
  • Boys BSVBC 16 Black - Winter Championships
  • Boys BSVBC 17 Black - Winter Championships

Boys American

  • Team Momentum B16 Navy - GW Boys HS Regional Championships
  • NSSC Boys 18's Black - GW Boys HS Regional Championships

2024 Boys’ USAV Junior National Championships

2025 - July 3-July 10, Minneapolis, MN
2024 - June 26-29, Dallas, TX

All Divisions – Registration will open in AES on January 2023 exact time TBD. Teams must have their membership complete to enter. It is important to do a data import prior to the opening of registration. Reminder - ALL entries (Open, Open At-Large, USA, American and Club) for the BJNC will be sent directly to USAV by the teams.  USAV will supply the regions with a list of teams that have currently registered for the event.

Online Registration & Roster Submission (AES) Deadline, as well as Club/Team Deadline for Entry Materials sent directly to USAV Office

  • Open and USA - TBD
  • USA/Open At-Large - TBD
  • American - TBD
  • Club - TBD

Be a Responsible Athlete

Student-athletes need to behave appropriately at all times and in all forums. They should be particularly aware of social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, or other emerging technologies. In fact, enough cannot be said about the importance of being aware of these emerging technologies. Anyone can post a picture of another student, and an athlete whose exploits are publicized on Facebook might lose a scholarship offer. Check out the full story here: http://www.ncsasports.org/blog/2013/01/24/responsible-athlete-social-media/.