1. Top ranked volleyball players who have maintained a high degree of excellence and superior play over a significant period of time and have played in California volleyball events.
  2. Each candidate has to have devoted a major part of his or her life to the sport of volleyball, and has made positive and meaningful contributions.
  3. For a player to be considered as a viable nominee, there must be a five year interval after playing at their highest competitive level.
  4. Annually the Hall of Fame Committee will develop a slate of nominees and select at least one male and one female, with no more than three players being inducted each year. An additional person may be selected in criteria (2) from time to time, in addition to players selected in criteria (1).
  1. The CBVA will request current Hall of Fame members and CBVA members to submit nominations for the Hall of Fame. Categories 1 & 2 (all nominations need to be sent in with a short “bio” from the nominator about the nominee).
  2. After the nominations come in, the Hall of Fame Committee will then review the nominations to determine the eligibility of the nominees. The Committee will then send out a condensed list to the Hall of Fame members, who vote on the new years nominees with the number of nominees to be no more than 5 men and 5 women.
  3. The Hall o Fame members will vote on the top 3 choices (at least 1 male and 1 female). After the votes come in the Committee will determine the number of inductees for that year.

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