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					                 USAV / Badger Region Rule Changes for 09/11 Season

Note:
The rule changes noted below are only “some” of the rule changes that will immediately
impact the course of play for this season. To review the full document, “2009-2010 Domestic
Competition Regulations, Significant Volleyball Rule Changes and Clarifications” go to:
http://www.usavolleyball.org/content/index/2495

New Net Rule
11.3.1 Contact with the net by a player is not a fault, unless it interferes with the play.
11.4 PLAYERS’ FAULTS AT THE NET
11.4.4 A player interferes with the opponent’s play by (amongst others):
- touching the top band of the net or the top 80 cm (2’ 7.49”) of the antenna during his/her action of
   playing the ball, or
- taking support from the net simultaneously with playing the ball, or
- creating an advantage over the opponent, or
- making actions which hinder an opponent’s legitimate attempt to play the ball.

* The interpretation of this is that contact with the top tape of the net during play is now interference.
  However, contact with any other part of the net during play is legal as long as there is no
  interference. Players may still not take support from the net while playing the ball or to create an
  advantage while playing the ball.

11.3.1:
1. Deleted 11.3.1: Contact with the net by a player is not a fault, unless it is made during the action
   of playing the ball, or it interferes with the play. Some actions of playing the ball may include
   actions in which the players do not actually touch the ball.
2. Replaced with 11.3.1: Contact with the net by a player is not a fault, unless it interferes with the
   play.

* This confirms that touching the net is legal as long as there is no interference.

11.3.2:
1. Deleted 11.3.2: Once the player has hit the ball, he/she may touch the post, rope or any other
   object outside the total length of the net, provided that it does not interfere with play.
2. Replaced with 11.3.2: Players may touch the post, ropes, or any other object outside the
   antennae, including the net itself, provided that it does not interfere with play.

* Players may continue to legally contact the rope and standard outside the net. However, players
  may now contact the net outside the antenna legally.
Here is a resource: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGCD8wE50Iw

New Centerline Rule
1. Deleted 11.2.2.2: To contact the opponent’s court with any other part of the body is forbidden.
2. Replaced with 11.2.2.2: To touch the opponent’s court with any part of the body above the feet is
   permitted provided that it does not interfere with the opponent’s play.

* This means that an player’s foot which is encroaching into the opponent’s court still has to be on or
  shadowing the centerline to be legal. However, now any other body part may legally contact the
  opponent’s playing area as long as there is no interference.
       USAV / Badger Region Scorekeeper Guide Changes for 09/10 Season
General Score Sheet Changes

   1. The Improper Request notation has been removed from the Sanctions section and relocated to
      its own section above the Sanctions section.
   2. A signature box has been added for each adult team captain. For junior teams, a coach will be
      required to sign the score sheet at the completion of the set, in addition to the R1.

Note: A PowerPoint presentation explaining the use of the Improper Request notation is available
from the Badger Region website:
http://www.badgerregionvolleyball.org/ScorekeeperReferenceMaterials.aspx

Reference page #’s 25-26.

Score Sheet Example:




                           Badger Region Rule Adaptations 10/11
2. RULES OF PLAY and Badger Region Adaptations 2011
All competition sanctioned by the Badger Region is governed by the current edition of the USA
Volleyball Domestic Competition Regulations, with the following adaptations:
           1) In all non-qualifying Badger Region junior events, the libero is allowed to serve as a
              one-year experimental trial, beginning in 2010-2011;
           2) Pre-match team handshake: teams will line up on the end line and, at the referees
              signal; the teams will follow the sideline to the net and shake hands with the other team.


Libero Service Rule Application – Scoring and Libero Tracking

Libero Serving. The libero can serve in one rotation by replacing the player who is in position No. 1
at that time. When the libero serves, the points scored are marked in the running score with a triangle
rather than a slash.

Additionally, the first time a team’s libero serves in a set, a triangle is placed around the Roman
numeral (I - VI) listed in the SERVICE ORDER section where the libero served. This indicates the
only rotation where the libero can serve for the rest of that set. The Assistant Scorekeeper will
triangle the service order position where the libero served.
Score Sheet Example:




Libero Tracking Sheet Example:




Libero Replacements
Replacements cannot occur during a timeout. A replacement is allowed after the timeout during the
same dead-ball period.

In one rotation, the libero can replace the player in position No. 1 and serve the next rally even if the
libero is already on the court in replacement of another player. In this situation, the libero does not
have to exit the court before replacing the player in position No. 1.


Warm-up Procedure
The same warm-up procedure that has been used in the past that would allow for the team, not
holding the court for warm-ups, to ball handle off-court will be used.

          Badger Region Important Tournament Guidebook Changes 09/10
Replaced 24 hours with 5 business days
Tournament Directors must notify team representatives submitting a tournament entry form within 5
business days of their acceptance, rejection (if filled) or on a waiting list to a tournament. Refund of
entry fee/fees must be made within 5 business days.

Replaced 1 week with 3 weeks
A team that withdraws later than Monday (12:01AM), 3 weeks prior to the tournament is not entitled to
a refund of their entry fee.

Clarification of Scorer’s Table Personnel
Note: Only the Scorer, Assistant Scorer and Flip Scorer are allowed at the Scorer’s Table. I-pods, cell
phones, electric devices etc are not ALLOWED at the Scorer’s Table or with Line Judges.
Note: An adult member of the roster is also allowed at the table. For training purposes, additional
personnel may be present at the Scorer’s Table, if permitted by the R1 and R2.

				
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