WELCOME TO THE MIDWEST High school roundnet series TOURNAMENT!

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Be sure to RSVP on the Spikeball app!

 *Click on the picture of your respective region’s event for additional details or to register your* team and take part in the first High School Roundnet Regionals. Players may participate in multiple regional competitions.

8/31/19 - West Regionals - SLC, Utah    Hosted by the Utah Roundnet Association (URA)

8/31/19 - West Regionals - SLC, Utah

Hosted by the Utah Roundnet Association (URA)


10/19 - East Regionals - Buffalo, NY    Hosted by Western New York Roundnet

10/19 - East Regionals - Buffalo, NY

Hosted by Western New York Roundnet


9/22/19 - Midwest Regionals - Chicago, IL    Hosted by Origin Roundnet

9/22/19 - Midwest Regionals - Chicago, IL

Hosted by Origin Roundnet


10/26 - Southeast Regionals - Dallas, TX    Hosted by the Texas Association for the Sport of Roundnet (TASR)

10/26 - Southeast Regionals - Dallas, TX

Hosted by the Texas Association for the Sport of Roundnet (TASR)


The sport of roundnet, aka Spikeball™, has taken off over the last few years. ESPN, YouTube, Facebook and Instagram, local parks and beaches, or backyard barbecues, are just a few places you can find people playing the sport we all love.

 Just like every sport, the future lies with our youth and Roundnet is no different. Sure, youth players can play in local tournaments with players of all ages, but until now they haven’t had a tournament to call their own where the best high school players in the country compete against one another.

The next Tyler Cisek, Peter Jon Showalter or Preston Bies are at their local high school sitting in study hall and don’t even realize they have the nastiest cut serve or tweener in the game, and that’s a crime against humanity.

To that end, we are excited to announce the first ever High School Roundnet Nationals and Regionals Competition, hosted by your regional Recognized Roundnet Organizations.

 Leading up to Nationals in June 2020, we will host 4 fall regional contests in the Fall of 2019 and 4 spring regional contests in the Spring of 2020. The top 3 teams from each of the 8 regional contests will earn a *Power Pool invite to the Roundnet High School Nationals in the Summer of 2020 (location TBD).

*A power pool is a pool of the top teams at a tournament(typically that spot is earned ahead of time) and they compete against each other for the top seeds in the bracket. Ex. If 16 teams are in power pools, those teams will face off for the top 16 seeds. The best team in standard pools would then earn the 17 seed. So there is definitely a big advantage to earning those power pool spots with top 3 finishes at each HS regional.

*To be eligible, players must be in high school or junior high during the 2019-20 school year, and you must attend the same school as your partner. All events will follow the standard SRA Spikeball Tournament format.