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How Points Are Awarded:

  • First place players receive as many points as there are teams in the tournament, plus a bonus of 50% of the points available (rounding up). For example, if there are 12 teams in the men's division, the winning team would receive 12+6 pts, for a total of 18 pts.

  • Second place players receive as many points as there are teams in the tournament, minus 2

  • Third place players receive 2nd place points minus 3

  • Fourth place players receive 3rd place points minus 4

  • Fifth place players receive 4th place points minus 5 etc

  • Scoring continues until the number of points received equals 0


*Coed points will be awarded in a modified format. Points awarded will be a much lower percentage than the men's/women's events, due to the format of King & Queen of the Beach being men's/women's.  Points for coed will be explained during the "A" division check-in. 

*Girl's & Boy's points for Prince & Princess of the Beach will be awarded based on total number of girl's teams and boy's teams competing in the tournament. For example, high school aged boys are often combined with Men's B, but the boys will accrue points in the boy's division, not the men's division, and boys teams will will not count towards the Men's Division total team numbers. Any girls and boys that are seniors (2024-2025 high school season) and younger will accrue points in the girl's/boy's divisions, even if they are competing in the men's/women's divisions. Youth points will score based on total teams in the Intermediate-Power divisions + any youth in the adult divisions. The highest finishing teams will score points in the manner listed above. Points will typically only trickle into the Power divisions (lower divisions typically do not score points based on the trickle down point system).


Only teams competing in the "A" division will earn points towards the regular King/Queen of the Beach rankings. All athletes qualifying for the Master's Division (age 30+ in women's, age 35+ in men's) will receive points based on final ranking at each tournaments. Masters points earned in the "A" division will be higher than points in the "B" division when determining final ranking.

The top scoring 5 men and 5 women will be invited to participate in the King/Queen of the Beach and Master's King/Queen of the Beach Tournaments on July 20/24. The top scoring 5 girls and 5 boys will be invited to participate in the Prince/Princess of the Beach Tournament on July 23.

  • July 20: MASTERS King & Queen of the Beach

  • July 23: PRINCE & PRINCESS of the Beach

  • July 24: King & Queen of the Beach


Players must advance to the next highest division after his/her FIRST win in any division: Novice, B, and A. This applies to Men's, Women's, and Coed tournaments. A player may be allowed to play in a lower division than that required by these rules, but that player’s team will not be allowed to advance out of pool play. 

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