Co-Ed Sand Net Height?

Co-Ed Sand Net Height?

Post by Rich Uchyti » Tue, 24 Jun 1997 04:00:00


What is the regulation height for a co-ed sand net?  Same as mens - 7'
11 5/8"?  Thanks!

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Co-Ed Sand Net Height?

Post by t.. » Tue, 24 Jun 1997 04:00:00



Quote:
>What is the regulation height for a co-ed sand net?  Same as mens - 7'
>11 5/8"?  Thanks!

Ooops.  If my previous post slipped though, here's the correction:

1996-97 USAV Outdoor Rule 4.1.5:
Mixed teams are composed of male and female palyers competing
on a 2.43m (7' 11 5/8") net, as specified in Rule 2.2.1.

Reverse-mixed teams play on a women's heigh net 7' 4 1/8"

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Co-Ed Sand Net Height?

Post by Bill » Thu, 26 Jun 1997 04:00:00

One more detail please...

Is this height measured from the surface of the sand (when raked level)
or from the depth your feet settle in when you're standing on it?  This
could mean 2-4 inches difference.   I've never seen this detail written
in rules or here.  (and I haven't been able to get in to the FAQ lately)

Thanks,
Bill

Quote:



> >What is the regulation height for a co-ed sand net?  Same as mens - 7'
> >11 5/8"?  Thanks!

> Ooops.  If my previous post slipped though, here's the correction:

> 1996-97 USAV Outdoor Rule 4.1.5:
> Mixed teams are composed of male and female palyers competing
> on a 2.43m (7' 11 5/8") net, as specified in Rule 2.2.1.

> Reverse-mixed teams play on a women's heigh net 7' 4 1/8"

> --

> USAV Regional Referee, Great Lakes Region, Palatine, IL
>            "So you're a Ref and an engineer?
>                  Oh that explains it...."