Sand Volleyball

Four-person: 4 players on the court per team, no more than 8 on the roster


Matches consist of best 2 out of 3 games. A team wins a match by winning two games, respectively. All 3 games are always played. TO WIN A GAME First two games are played up to 25 points, win by two. The third game is up to 15.


Whenever a team fails to serve or return the ball, or commits any other fault, the opposing team wins the rally. If the serving team wins a rally, it scores a point and continues to serve. If the receiving team wins a rally, it also wins a point, and gains the right to serve.


A team declared incomplete for the game or match loses the game or match. he opposing team is given the points, or points. With permission from the other team, you may have only 1 girl on the court. A player can break the plane on a spike and a block, as long as you do not interfere with the opponent’s attempt of a returning shot. The ball may touch any part of the body, as long as the team stays within the maximum of three hits for returning the ball. Each team is allowed one (one-minute) time-out per game. No carryovers. Contact with the net is a fault, even when a player’s momentum causes them to contact the net. A player may go completely under the net as long as they neither touch the net or interfere with the play. A player touches the ball or an opponent in the opponent’s space before or during the opponents hit.


In the name of playing the game and making sure that the players / teams have fun the coaches may make minor changes to the rules if both coaches agree and the intent of the Coed Sand Volleyball Rules are followed. (For example: A coach may choose to allow another team to use an unregistered player, or a team does not have enough players within the five minute grace period).