A. A ball hit into the net by a team may still be kept in play (up to three hits) provided the net is not touched by any player.
B. No player may contact the net, except for incidental contacts made by players not making a play on the ball, as prescribed by USAV rules. If two opposing players touch the net simultaneously, the ball is declared dead and the point will be replayed. A net contact caused by a driven ball is not a fault.
C. Blockers may reach over net, however the blocker(s) shall not contact the ball on the opponents’ side until after completion of the opponents action which sends the ball toward the blocker’s side.
D. The team that has effected the block shall have 3 more contacts. The blocker has the right to make the first of three allowable hits.
E. A player may step on, but not over, the centerline under the net. (Some part of the player’s foot or hand must touch or be above the line in order for it not to be a foul. )
F. A spiker must contact the ball on their own side of the net, but may follow through over the net.
G. Back line players may spike the ball provided they leave the ground with both feet behind a line 10 feet from the net.
H. If the ball is served and hits the net, yet falls onto the receiving side, the ball is live.