The volleyball may touch the net while crossing over it.
A volleyball driven into the net may be played within the limits of the 3 team hits, so long as it indeed remains in play (typically: stays in-bounds and off the ground).If the ball rips the net or tears it down the rally must be replayed.
In rally play, which is done in most high schools and colleges, the ball can legally hit the net during a serve.
No a player cannot touch the net at all during the game.
as long as the ball goes the net it doesnt matter
Yes the ball can touch the net, but the player can't touch the top of the net or bottom.
Yes it can g into the net and not make it over
If you mean getting a point, yes, it can go over and be a point even if it hits the net
yes as long as it goes over
no part of your body can touch the volleyball net
Volleyball officials are the only ones who have the right to call "in or out." They monitor the court making sure one of the players does not touch the tape of the net or go under the net. They are most of the time helpful in volleyball games. :)
arms, head, body and knees....but the players cannot use their feet
Im pretty sure it's legal as long as you don't touch the net.
When you touch the top tape and get called for it.
just don't touch the net
The net, ball, players and their kneepads.
it doesnt matter as long as you dont touch the net :)
All you need to play volleyball is a net, a court, a volleyball, 6 amazing volleyball players.! you cant go wrong with that!