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Re: a few NCAA rule questions
- Subject: Re: a few NCAA rule questions
- From: Todd <email@example.com>
- Date: 27 Oct 1997 16:46:47 -0600
- Newsgroups: rec.sport.volleyball
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firstname.lastname@example.org (david ralley) writes:
> I've been watching plenty of women's volleyball this fall, and am a
> little confused on the subbing rules....
> 1) How often can a player come in and out of one game? Are there
> restrictions for subbing for the server? Are standard front row/
> back row subsitutions treated differently than other subsitutions?
> How many subsitutions are allowed per team per game?
NCAA women play by NAGWS rules.
12 substitutions are allowed per team. Each player is allowed 3
entries (A player who starts the game has used 1 entry). There are no
restrictions on subbing for the server. There is no difference
between back and front row substitutions.
Coaches, as a strategy, often sub based on front/back row positions,
however. For instance, a strong passer/server will often replace a
strong hitter (but weak passer) when that hitter is about to rotate
into the back row.
> 2) Does the serving rotation for the second game have to start at the
> same position game 1 left off, or can the rotation start anywhere?
You can begin your rotation anywhere. The coach submits a fresh
lineup for each game. The ending positions for the previous game are
> 3) Does a red card get you out of a game? Are cards cumulative across
> games? If I get sent out on a red card in game 1 and get a yellow
> card in game 2 do I stay in? How does the progression to ejection
> from the match work? Is the progression different for coaches than
> for players?
A red card if far less serious in volleyball than in soccer. A red
card in soccer sends you out of the game, while in volleyball, it only
costs your team the loss of the current rally.
Cards are not cumulative outside of the game--the misconduct sanction
scale is progressive within the same game only. Hence, in your
example, you would stay in game 2.
However, there are offenses that can get a player immediately expelled
(out of game, red and yellow cards shown together), or disqualified
(out of the match, red and yellow cards held apart).
The progression is the same for coaches and players.
red penalty (loss of rally)
r/y together expulsion (out of game, no additional loss of rally)
r/y apart disqualification (out of match, no add. loss of rally)
I'm relatively new to NAGWS rules, and do not have that rulebook in
front of me right now. I trust Wally will set me straight if I've
misrepresented anything. :)
Todd H. email@example.com
USAV Regional Referee, Great Lakes Region, Palatine, IL
Todd's Volleyball Referee Page http://www.io.com/~tdh/vball/
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