Maine Association of
​Volleyball Officials
Maine Association of
​Volleyball Officials
Maine Association of
​Volleyball Officials
MAVO (MAY-vo) — The Maine Association of Volleyball Officials

​​is the organization which provides training, education, and professional development opportunities for volleyball officials statewide, and is recognized by the Maine Principal's Association as the state volleyball official's​​ organization which provides qualified referees for all Maine high school volleyball events.

MAVO also educates high school volleyball coaches at an annual pre-season rules clinic, providing information about established and new rules and regulations from the National Federation of High School State Associations (NFHS) for the upcoming season.​​

Additionally, many members of the Maine Association of Volleyball Officials are recognized and sanctioned by the Professional Association of Volleyball Officials (PAVO; PAY-vo), as trained, certified, and qualified referees, scorekeepers, and line judges at the collegiate level, and are sanctioned to officiate at NCAA volleyball events throughout the country.

Finally, some members of MAVO are also sanctioned and trained by USA Volleyball, the sports National Governing Body, to officiate at USAV events at the Adult and Junior Olympic divisions.​​ 

MAVO Constitution and Bylaws​​

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Colby College
The Maine Volleyball Project is presenting the inaugural Maine Volleyball Summit, on Saturday, November 23, at Colby College, in Waterville.
   Anyone in the state of Maine with an interest in growing the sport of volleyball ​​is invited to join, and we'll have players, coaches, officials, athletic directors, boosters, recreation departments and others in attendance to create a movement for our sport and to begin an effort to prepare for the inevitable explosion in popularity. Registration is online and an early-bird rate is available through October 31. Registration ends on November 15