Jr. Mudd Volleyball is a recreational volleyball tournament for ages 14 – 18 that supports the Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation. Seasoned volleyball players and first timers are welcome, no matter your skill level!
The Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation is a nonprofit that helps children with physical disabilities throughout New Mexico. The Foundation helps children with funding for items such as wheelchair ramps, van conversions and other items not covered by insurance. The Foundation also support the work of Carrie Tingley Hospital, New Mexico’s only hospital for children with disabilities. CTHF provides an array of Adaptive Sports Programs including a handcycling team, wheelchair basketball team and several summer camps. Visit www.carrietingleyhospitalfoundation.org for more information.
A team registration is for up to 12 players and one MANDATORY adult chaperone. Teams may have up to 8 players on court at any time and no fewer than 6 players on court at any time. Teams will receive 13 t-shirts and an assigned court
Yes – every team needs to have a chaperone age 21 or older with them at Jr. Mudd. Chaperones will be required to check in with their teams. Any teams without a chaperone to guide them through the day will not be allowed to play. Any team with a late chaperone will forfeit their games until the chaperone is present.
SAME LOCATION AS LAST YEAR! Mudd Volleyball is located just south of Albuquerque at the corner of Rio Bravo and 2nd Street. Take either the Gibson Exit or the Rio Bravo exit. REMEMBER TO PLAN AHEAD AND CARPOOL!
Food will be available for purchase at Jr. Mudd Volleyball and water will be supplied to everyone. However, you can bring your own food. Please note that coolers will be searched if you bring a cooler to the event. Beat the lines at the entry gates and plan to visit a food vendor at Mudd this year