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1 Take Part. Get Set For Life. National Federation of State High School Associations Dru Nix office

2 Take Part. Get Set For Life. National Federation of State High School Associations

3 Take Part. Get Set For Life. National Federation of State High School Associations

4 Take Part. Get Set For Life. National Federation of State High School Associations 2010 Volleyball Rules Changes Major Editorial Changes Points of Emphasis Rules Interpretations

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7 Non-team Members, Team Members and Players Rules 2-5, 6-1, 6-2 and Revised terminology and definitions delineate the difference between non-team members, team members, teammates and players Non-team members – includes but not limited to authorized officials, media personnel (including equipment), and spectators located in playable area Players – teammates currently on the court Teammates – all players on the same team in uniform Team members – all school representatives in team bench area (coaches, teammates, managers, trainers, etc.)

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13 Substitution Requests Rules and Procedure for substitution prior to the start of the set: Lineup submitted, deadline for submission has passed and prior to signal for serve R2 shall recognize request and permit the substitution(s) after checking the lineup for the requesting team R2 will administer substitution(s) requested following regular substitution procedure R2, while checking the lineup, discovers the incorrect player is on the court and does not appear on starting lineup R2 has the correct player enter the court and incorrect player leave the court without delay A request for substitution may be made and permitted R2 completes the lineup check for that team and then administers substitution following regular procedure

14 Substitution Requests Rules and R2, while checking the lineup, discovers the incorrect player on the court and the number of the player listed on the submitted lineup sheet does not exist (e.g. no #12 on team) R2 completes the lineup check for that team and notifies the head coach of the violation for submitting inaccurate lineup Confirms the problem/violation with official and visiting scorers The original player on the court remains on the court Notifies opposing coach The offending team is penalized loss of rally/point for submitting an inaccurate lineup to start the set

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17 Take Part. Get Set For Life. National Federation of State High School Associations 2010 Volleyball Major Editorial Changes

18 The Ball Rule ALL-WHITE BALL WHITE-GREY-BLUE BALL RED-WHITE-BLUE BALL All panels of the ball shall be solid white or a maximum combination of three colors (with each panel being a solid color) in which case at least one-third of the panels shall be solid white

19 Take Part. Get Set For Life. National Federation of State High School Associations 2010 Volleyball Points of Emphasis

20 Libero Review If not identified on submitted lineup, a libero cannot be designated later for that set May assume position on the court after the original lineup is checked May only be replaced by the player whom he/she replaced Only one libero replacement per dead ball, unless libero is replacing the right back to serve next rally

21 Libero Review Replacement must occur during a dead ball and before the whistle, signal for serve If libero is injured or becomes ill and cant play, the head coach may designate a new libero player at any time during the rest of the set The new libero must wear a libero uniform top with unique number not worn by another teammate Libero cant attempt or complete a block

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23 Line Judge Responsibilities and Training Rule 5-8, Officials Manual Part 3-N FLATS – an easy way to remember responsibilities and duties of the line judge – i ndicate foot faults by server – indicate ball in/out of bounds when it lands on or near a sideline/end line – indicate if ball crossing net is not between antennas, if ball touches the net or standards outside antennas, or ball touches antennas – indicate if player touches ball going out of bounds on his/her side of net – where line judges stand during the set, time- outs, server in left third of service area, etc. Touch Stand Foot faults Line Antenna

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25 Timers Responsibilities for all Timed Intervals Rule 5-7 Reports to first referee at least 20 minutes before scheduled start time of match Tests the timing device prior to prematch warm-ups Sits at the officials table beside the official scorer Times prematch warm-ups, time between sets and all requested and injury time-outs

26 Timers Responsibilities for all Timed Intervals Rule 5-7 Time-out requested by head coach during set is 60 seconds Audio signal by timer at 45 seconds Audio signal at 60 seconds if teams not back on court Injury time-out called by official is 30 seconds Audio signal by timer at end of 30 seconds unless referees determine otherwise or play has resumed Time between sets is 3 minutes Start time when R1 signals teams to benches Deciding set time is started after coin toss and upon R2s direction Audio signal by timer at 2:45 minutes Audio signal by timer at 3:00 minutes if teams have not taken court Timed Intervals

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28 Conduct of Head Coach While Standing Rule Only the head coach has privilege to stand during play to provide instruction to players Coach is limited to standing in replacement zone and 6 feet away from the sideline Head coach cannot stand in a location that interferes with R2 and line judge performing his/her functions Head coach may be requested to move if blocking officials If floor space is limited, head coach may stand but shall remain immediately in front of the team bench May enter substitution zone between sets, tend to injured player and change courts Reminders for During Play

29 Conduct of Head Coach While Standing Rule Comments shall be directed toward the coachs players Comments to match officials not appropriate Head coach is responsible for all team members on the bench Any card issued to the head coach or team members (bench) results in head coach no longer being able to stand during play Head coach may then only stand under provisions in

30 Fundamentals of Coaching Volleyball – $50

31 Concussion in Sports

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34 Unsportsmanlike Conduct Any action(s) that warrants a coach(es) ejection will subject the coach(es) to a minimum next game suspension and the school to a minimum fine of $100. Ejections that subject a player to a next game suspension will result in a minimum of suspension of two (2) games for all sports except football, competitive cheer, swimming, and lacrosse. (i.e. flagrant fouls, malicious contact, spiting, biting, fighting, disrespectfully addressing officials, profanity)


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