Women's Volleyball

Panel approves modification to net-contact rule in women’s volleyball

Beginning in the 2014 season, a player will not be called for a violation if she touches the net, ropes or post outside of the antennae as long as it doesn’t interfere with play or is used as a means of support while playing the ball.

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Women’s volleyball rules committee recommends minor change to net-contact rule

The NCAA Women’s Volleyball Committee recommended a proposal where players will not be called for a violation if they touch the net, ropes or post outside of the antennae as long as it doesn’t interfere with play, beginning with the 2014-15 academic year.

Former volleyball standout’s mission to Mars

MIT grad Jennifer Harris Trosper’s old team made an appearance in an NCAA Championship; her new one helps guide rovers across the red planet.

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