I am assuming that you mean the red and white pole attached to the net, and if the volleyball touches that during the game, the other team would get the point and the ball
Volleyball poles need to be 8 feet 4 inches to support a regulation net height of 7 feet 11 5/8 inches (men) or 7 feet 4 1/8 inches (women). Co-ed rules use the men's height.
Well regulation hoops will be 10 feet high measured from the rim of the hoop to the ground. So to answer your question, you must have a pole tall enough to accommodate for that measurement.
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.
Pole Position - video game - was created in 1982.
Pole Position - video game - happened in 2600.
The pole vault.
it is a bad game