1.Bare‐midriff tops are not allowed. 2.The uniform top shall hang below or be tucked into the waistband of the uniform bottom when the player is standing upright. 3.Any visible garment (t‐shirt, body suits and other similar garments) worn underneath the uniform top shall be unadorned and of a single, solid color that is similar in color to the predominant color of the uniform top.
d. Uniforms as intended by the manufacturer, and have the following restrictions: 1. Bare midriff tops are not allowed. 2. The uniform top must hang below or be tucked into the waistband of the uniform bottom when the player is standing upright. e. Uniforms in the playing area. Removal of any part of the uniform is unsporting conduct.
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02/01/19 – 2019-20 High School Volleyball Rules Changes Impact Uniforms, Prematch Protocol 11/15/18 – Board Confirms Volleyball Dates 2019 & 2020 11/14/18 – Board of Control Adjusts 2019 Fall Seasons, Sets State Championship Sites
2021-2022 Volleyball Rules Changes 4-1-6a, b (NEW) – Allows the wearing of religious headwear during competition that fits securely and is made of non-abrasive or soft materials, eliminating the requirement for prior authorization while still requiring head coverings worn for medical reasons to be approved by the association.
Rule 4-2-1, which permits teammates to wear like-colored uniform pieces, was expanded to include all uniforms and involves nine guidelines. Rule 4-2-1a states that all uniform tops (with the exception of the libero, as noted in Rule 4-2-2) and bottoms shall be like-colored. Rule 4-2-1e permits the top and/or bottom of all uniforms to include the school’s name, nickname, logo, mascot and/or team member’s name.
The rule reads as follows: A player may play a ball over a nonplayable area if the player has a body part in contact with a playable area at the time the ball is contacted and may enter the nonplayable area after playing the ball.
The volleyball uniform consists of a top and bottom or sometime a one-piece. The top and bottom piece must be of like or coordinating colors. The uniform top must be skin tight, but cannot expose the midriff, and it must be long enough to be tucked into or hang below the waistband of the bottoms.
three-team seeding rules: a) The competing teams within a district shall, by majority vote, determine if the schools are required to play each other once or twice during the regular season. These games will produce a uniform means of ranking the teams by seed within these districts. b) The team with the highest seed (one seed) receives a bye in