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2011-12 Volleyball Rules Meeting

2011-12 Volleyball Rules Meeting

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2011-12 Volleyball Rules Meeting

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  1. 2011-12 Volleyball Rules Meeting

  2. Key Dates • August 15 – Date of First Practice • August 25 – Varsity Schedules Submitted • August 26 – Officials Test Due • September 1 – Date of First Contest • October 1 – Officials Applications Due • October 24 – District Entries Due • October 27 – District Seeding Released • Oct. 31-Nov. 4 – District/Subdistricts • November 3 – D1-D2 District Finals • November 4 – C1-C2 District Finals

  3. 2011 State Volleyball ChampionshipsGrand Island & Hastings • Thursday, November 10 • First Round Matches • Friday, November 11 • Semi-Final Matches • Saturday, November 12 • Championships Matches • Consolation Matches

  4. Classification Class A – 28 schools Class B – 32 schools Class C1 – 57 schools Class C2 – 58 schools Class D1 – 58 schools Class D2 – 58 schools

  5. Reporting Scores and Results Host School or NE School Playing Out-of State • Single Matches: Call Associated Press at 1-800-300-8340 • Triangular, Double-Triangular, Tournaments: e-mail ALL results to apscores@ap.org Report Out-of State Opponents Season Win/Loss Records to the NSAA: • Monday, October 3 • Wednesday, October 26 – 9:00 a.m.

  6. Official Ball for NSAA Subdistrict/District/State Championship Play Baden VX5EC-213 (navy/gray/white)

  7. End of Season • 3.1.1 AR • When the school team has been completely eliminated from further participation in the sport.

  8. SUMMER ACTIVITIES • ATTENDANCE AT ALL SUMMER ACTIVITIES SHALL BE VOLUNTARY

  9. ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS • During the volleyball season, a school shall not permit a student who is not a member of the high school’s team, an adult, a college student, or alumni to participate in any practice session, drill, scrimmage, or match in which a school team is involved. • Contests shall not be held with any team, which does not belong to the NSAA, or to its own state high school association.

  10. Match Limits • 16 Matches • 5 Tournaments (includes conference) • 30 Competition Points • Competition Points Dual– 1 point Triangular– 2 points 4-team, one-day, 2 match max – 2 points 4-team round robin – 3 points 1-day tournament 4+ teams – 3 points 2 or 3 day tournaments – 4 points

  11. Triangular = One match A Triangular is two matches in one session. 2 varsity 1 Varsity & 1 lower level 2 Lower Level No student may participate in more than two matches per day.

  12. Varsity MATCHES • 2-of-3 set format • All sets to 25 (no cap) • 3-of-5 set format • First team to win 3 sets shall be the winner. First four sets to 25 point. If needed, 5th and deciding game to 15 points. Must win by 2 points.

  13. Subdistrict/district competition All Matches 3-of-5 sets 4 team – played on one day 5 team – played two days 6 team – played in three days A request for modification must be approved through the NSAA with all participating schools agreeing to the change in format.

  14. Legal Libero Jerseys Legal Illegal

  15. Nebraska Legislative Bill 260 Concussion Awareness Act Require that concussion and brain injury information be provided on an annual basis to the students and the student’s parent or guardian prior to the student initiating practice or competition. Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services Brain Injury Association of Nebraska

  16. Thank You! Questions? Contact: Debra Velder dvelder@nsaahome.org