No, not necessarily. The net has to be 7 feet 4 inches all the way across but from my knowlege as an athlete no, no restrictions on the pole. However, I imagine you won't find volleyball poles much higher than 7 feet 5 inches. They usually make them about the hight of the net.
standard height for a womens net is 7 ft
6 feet 6 inches
The net height in girls' high school volleyball is 7' 4-1/8"
7' 4 1/2"
39 inches is the height of Varsity 110m hurdles for men. JV is 36 inches.
7'4" Actually, High School Women's Volleyball is 7' 4 1/8" high or 224 cm. High School Men's Volleyball is 7' 11 5/8" high or 243 cm. Competitive ages change the height of the net as well.
The size of the court is always 30 feet by 60 feet. The net height depends on what level you are playing at. In middle school, the net is usually seven feet tall. In club and high school level volleyball, the net is usually 7'4".
the average height of the players on the team is 68 inches.
I'm not not sure the exact height (somewhere around 7 feet) for women, from 13s (if you play club) and up it is the womens height
2.24 meters or 7 feet 4 1/8 inches
A highschool volleyball net is about 7 or 8 feet tall. hope this helps.
Volume = length * width * height = 30*12*8 = 2,880
42 inches for men and 33 inches for women.