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  • 6-on-6 Volleyball
    • Spring 2008
  • Court
    • Green lines on floor
  • Players
    • Players rotate clockwise
    View slide
  • Officials
    • Referee = “Up Ref”
    • Umpire = “Down Ref”
    • Line judges on opposite corners
    View slide
  • Referee
    • Head Official
    • Responsible for ball play
    • Has power to overrule other officials
  • Umpire
    • Responsible for net play
    • Should move to get best view of play
    • Should not “ball-watch”
  • Line Judge
    • Responsible for out of bounds, ball contact, and foot faults
  • General Rules
    • Rally Point Scoring will be used
    • Games will be played up to 25 points
      • You must win by 2 points
      • If the lead is less than 2, the game will continue until there is a 2 point advantage
    • The first team to win 2 out of 3 games wins the match
    • A coin toss will decide first service
    POINT SIGNAL
  • General Rules
    • 4 vs. 4 requires 3 players to begin
    • 6 vs. 6 requires 4 players to start
    • Co-Ed requires a female player at all times
    END OF MATCH SIGNAL
  • Time Outs and Subs
    • Teams get one time out per game
      • Give about 30 seconds
    • Substitutions may enter at any dead ball once they are waved on by an official
    SUBS SIGNAL
  • Captain’s Meeting
    • Should be administered by Referee
    • Before every game, the officials will have a pre-game conference with the captains
    • Remind the captains of the basic rules and go over any problem areas, such as foot faults
    • Administer the coin toss and report the results to the scorers table
    • Ask if there are any questions and wish both teams good luck
  • Out of Bounds
    • The Ball is out of bounds and becomes dead when it:
      • Touches the wall or ceiling
      • Touches the floor
      • Touches the net antennas, the net outside the antennas, or does not pass between the antennas when going over the net
      • Touches a non-player or one of the referees
  • Serve
    • Server is the player in the back, right position
    • Ball will be hit with one hand, fist, or arm while the ball is held or thrown by the server
      • Change from last year
    • Must be completely behind the serving area.
    • Server is allowed one reserve during their term of service
    • The ball may hit the net provided it continues onto the opponents court
    OK TO SERVE SIGNAL
  • Screening
    • Players on the serving team can not intentionally screen the opposing team from seeing the serve
      • Waiving arms
      • Jumping
      • Standing to Close to the Server
    • Penalty — Point and Side Out
    ILLEGAL SCREEN SIGNAL
  • Illegal Service
    • A serve is illegal when the server:
      • Hits the ball illegally
      • Is touching the end line
      • Is out of serving order
      • Does not serve within 5 seconds of whistle
      • Attempts to use more than one reserve
    • Penalty — Point and Side Out
    Illegal Service Signal
  • Service Faults
    • A served ball becomes a service fault when it:
      • Touches the server’s teammates or passes under the net
      • Touches the ceiling, does not pass through antennas, or lands out of bounds
    • When receiving team is out of position and the ball is served illegally, the serving team is penalized
    • When the receiving team is out of position and a service fault occurs, the receiving team is penalized
    Delay of Service Signal
  • Live and Dead Balls
    • The ball becomes live the moment it is legally served
    • The ball is dead when:
      • It is grounded
      • It lands or becomes out of bounds
      • Ball or PLAYER breaks the plane of a non-playing area
      • Player commits a foul
    Out of Bounds Signal
  • Contacting The Ball
    • Contact is any touch of the ball by a player
    • A hit is a contact that is counted as one of the teams 3 allowable plays before the ball is returned to the other side
    • The ball has crossed the net when it is: completely over the net, is partially over the net and is contacted by an opponent, or no part of the ball is over the net and it is legally blocked
  • Contacting The Ball
    • Legal contact is a touch of the ball by a player’s body that does not allow the ball to visibly come to rest or involve prolonged contact
    • Joust — When two opposing players make contact with the ball simultaneously causing the ball to stop
  • Contacting The Ball
    • Multiple Contact :
    • More than one contact by a player during ONE ATTEMPT at the ball.
    • Simultaneous Contact : Contact by teammates simultaneously. Any player may make the next hit.
    More than 3 Hits Signal
  • Contacting The Ball
    • Successive Contacts : Two or more attempts at the ball by the same player without the ball being contacted by another player
      • Illegal
    • Penalty for Illegal Contact — Point and Side Out
  • Net Play
    • The ball may contact the net and play will continue
    • Players may not contact a ball that is completely on the opponents side, except for a legal block
    • To call a foot fault, the guilty player must have foot or hand COMPLETELY over the line
    • Net Foul — Any time a player contacts the net, or another player, while the ball is live, it is a penalty
      • Exception — When the ball moves the net into a player
  • Blocking
    • Blocking a ball that is entirely on the opponent’s side of the net is legal as long as the:
      • Team has completed their attack
      • Team directs the ball toward the opponents side (referee’s judgment)
      • Ball is falling near the net and no member of the attacking team could play the ball (referee’s judgment)
    • A serve cannot be blocked
    • The ball may be attacked as soon as it is partially over the net (except on a serve)
  • Fouls
    • Double Fouls — Occur when opposing players commit violations at the same time
    • Double Hit — Successive or multiple hits by one player
    • Foot Fault — Player crosses completely over the service or center line
    • Penalties:
      • Single Foul: Point and Side Out
      • Live Ball, Double Foul: Replay
      • Dead Ball, Double Foul: Both penalties accessed Teams receive points and rotate
    DOUBLE FOUL SIGNAL
  • Replays
    • Replay is awarded when:
      • An inadvertent official’s whistle interrupts play
      • Player unintentionally serves before signaled to
      • Live Ball, Double Foul occurs
      • Conflicting calls that cannot be resolved
      • Ball becomes dead in the net inside the antennas or an overhead obstruction over playable area
      • When a player is interfered with by any non-player in a playable area
      • Foreign object enters the court (another ball or player from a different court)
      • Ball hits a backboard or supports in a vertical position AND the official believes the ball would have been good