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Skip to main content. The University of Iowa Search. Back to Top Rule 3: Team Composition The match shall be played between two teams of four players each. A minimum of three players is required to prevent a forfeit. Back to Top Rule 4: Equipment Caps with bills are not allowed during intramural play. Players may wear a headband no wider than two inches and made of non-abrasive single-colored cloth, elastic, fiber, soft leather, or rubber. Rubber or elastic bands may only be used to control hair.
Back to Top Rule 5: Beginning a Match A single rock, paper, scissors game will determine which team decides to serve or choice of court side. If the captain chooses the serve, that team will serve the first set.
The loser will serve the second set. After each set of a match, the teams will change playing areas. If a third set is necessary, another rock, paper, scissors game will determine choice. All matches will start at the designated time. However, minute forfeit time is allowed from the time the event is scheduled.
Sets one and two will be played to 25 points with rally scoring, and a team must win by two. There is a cap of 30 points, meaning a team could win Set three will be played to 15 points with rally scoring, must win by two, and the cap becomes 20 points. Substitutions : Unlimited substitutions will be allowed. The player entering the court must replace the server position. Time-outs : Each team can call one second time-out in each set. Players are expected to be fair and resolve conflicts on their own.
Intramural Sports Staff will not resolve in-game controversial plays. Intramural Sports Staff can only clarify rules to participants. All participants are expected to know the rules. There are no restrictions as to how the ball may be served except that it must be clearly hit, not thrown or pushed. If the server catches the ball on service toss, the server can replay the serve. Service order must be kept prior to serving. If a ball on the first or second hit goes through a court opening, a replay is awarded.
Blocking or spiking the ball off of a serve is illegal. A serve that hits two walls, or hits the back wall, before being touched by the receiving team, is out. Players are not permitted to scoop, hold, or throw the ball. The ball must not visibly come to rest on the player's hands, fingers, or any other part of the body. A ball cannot contact a player below his or her waist.
A ball, other than a serve, may be recovered from the net provided the player avoids contact with the net and does not catch or hold the ball. The ball must always be returned over the net by the third contact, unless a block is the initial contact in which case the ball must be returned by the fourth contact. No climbing or using walls or players assisting each other to gain height at the net. A ball can hit the back wall and travel over the net directly when being played on your side Blocking : Blocking is an act at the net which intercepts the ball coming from the opponent's side by making contact with the ball as it crosses the net, before it crosses the net, or immediately after it crosses the net.
An attempt to block does not constitute a block unless the ball is contacted during an attempt. Two consecutive hits by the same player are only allowed if the first contact is a block. Net play : A player may: Reach under the net as long as one doesn't interfere with an opponent's attempt to play the ball. Reach over the net to complete a spike which was begun on the player's own side of the net, providing the other team has made its third contact of the ball.
Reach over the net to block, but not interfere with the opposing team's play. NOT touch the net, unless the ball is driven into the net and the net into the player. If two opposing players touch the net simultaneously the point is replayed. Back to Top.
Wallyball is a fast, dynamic and exciting sport that is played by both male and female sexes as well as a wide range of ages. Also known as 'rebound volleyball', it is a close relative of volleyball, and shares many rules, techniques, plays and features. However there are some fundamental differences, the main one being that players are allowed to utilise the walls and ricochet the ball off there. The sport of Wallyball is often thought to have been created by Joe Garcia, but it was actually devised by a gentleman known as Bill Dejonghe from the Calabasas Racquetball Club. Faced with falling numbers using the club in summer, he devised the game as a way to help bring more business in. The game now has its own designated rules and regulations, is played in nations across the world and is overseen by the American Wallyball Association. The object of Wallyball is for one team to beat their opposing team by scoring more points than them.
The rules listed below do not represent the entire rulebook. These condensed rules represent the most important aspects of the game with which to be familiar. Rule 3: Pre-Game Responsibilities. Rule A team may attempt a block if….
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Wallyball known in some places as rebound volleyball is a fast-paced sport that is volleyball played in a racquetball court, where it is legal to hit the ball off of the walls. Wallyball may have roots in an earlier game known as Deckerball, which used similar mechanics and was played as early as In Kansas, Illinois , a high school physical education teacher and a couple of students sat down to create a game that combined several skills from other games that would be used for indoor play during bad weather situations. By combining handball , tennis , and volleyball, they arrived at the game known as Deckerball after one of the students involved in its creation, Mark Decker. The word "wallyball" is a portmanteau of the words " wall " and "volleyball".