- Warmups are eight (8) minutes visiting team entitled to use the entire court, then eight (8)
minutes home team entitled to the entire court. No shared serving.
- Team rosters (name and number) are due at 2 minutes left in the visitor's time (10 minutes prior
to the end of timed warmups). Penalty: point/loss of service.
- Starting lineups are due with 2 minutes left in the home team's time (2 minutes prior to the end
of timed warmups). Penalty: point/loss of service.
- For D3 and D4 and out of the valley D1-A, each school provides one line judge for each match, and the
home team is responsible for providing a score keeper.
SNOA will train at our meetings in August if desired.
- For D1 and D1-A varsity matches in Clark County, SNOA will provide line judges. When a line judge is missing,
the home coach or school administrator must select the line judge(s).
It is recommended that student-athletes, registered score keepers, and coaches serve as line judges.
- D1 and D1-A schools traveling to Pahrump Valley, Moapa Valley, Virgin Valley, or Boulder City must
provide varsity line judges.
- In all D1 and D1-A matches played in the main gym, the home team is required to provide 3 ball shaggers.
- A player removing either their t-shirt or uniform top and exposing their sports bra (women) or chest (men)
in the gym will, by NIAA directive, be given a red card. This applies pre-during-and post
During the Match
- The head Coach may stand to coach between the 10 foot line extended and end line (a) during a
live ball at least six feet from the sideline, and (b) during a dead ball up to the sideline.
You lose this privilege for the rest of the match if you receive a red or yellow card, or anyone
on the bench is carded.
- Only the head coach, or the captain, may request a time out
- Only the head coach can request a substitution. A player entering the substitution zone is
considered to be a request from the head coach.
- The coach who attends the conference is the one who has the above privileges, unless you get an
OK from the R1 prior to the conference.
- The HOME TEAM administrator and head coach are responsible for the behavior of all spectators.
Officials are not responsible for spectator behavior, but may suspend a match until spectator behavior
they rule as unacceptable is corrected.
- Players may wear bobby pins or unadorned flat hair clips, 2 inches or less in length.
- A player exhibiting the symptoms of a concussion (Problems in brain function, speed of brain function, unusual behaviors, problems with balance and coordination) must be taken out of the match.
- The coach is responsible for following the NIAA approved concussion procedure. The
player cannot return the day of the diagnosis.
- An appropriate medical clearance is required. For us, this needs to be a doctor.
- A coach may substitute after the lineup is submitted, but before start of play for each set. Once all six players written on the lineup are on the court:
- Coach wrote 6, wants 3, 3 goes in, counts as 1 sub
- Coach wrote 6, 6 not on roster, point/loss of serve, 3 goes in, does not count as a sub
- Player on lineup is injured prior to start of match, or another set, after lineups are submitted. May be replaced. Does not count as a sub.
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