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COMP: Reverse Coed Volleyball (Indoor)

Please note, I'm using this event to gauge interest in the reverse coed net.  If you'd like to play on this net, please RSVP.  The number of males allowed to play will be determined by the number of females that RSVP.

By popular demand, we're going to offer reverse coed play for the first segment of play (7:15-8:30).  This will be in addition to our normal COMP level nets.  No one is required to play on the reverse coed net.  

What is reverse coed?  Reverse coed is played on a women's height net.  In reverse coed volleyball, women are encouraged to hit (spike). Men can only spike from behind the ten-foot line, which can give give women more of a chance to play offense. Men are not allowed to block.  We need a minimum of 6 women (3 per team) to play.

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Here is the definition of COMP level for our group:

COMP (Competitive):

On the typical volleyball ratings scale, COMP players would be defined as CC skill level at an absolute minimum. COMP players typically have years of experience playing on organized/coached teams. This means that COMP players are able to:

- Have a firm grasp of all basic techniques; passing/platform, setting, blocking, approach/attacking, etc.

- Pass an easy serve or freeball to the setter almost 100% of the time, and handle most difficult/power/jump serves.

- Consistently serve overhand, often with power and accuracy of placement.

- Take approaches and attack sets downward and with power, for most players. Quick sets and other more advanced plays should be standard.

- Position appropriately on the court, including knowing where to be when defending a spike/dink attempt, blocking and double blocking, transitioning rapidly between offense and defense, etc. This also includes knowledge of how to run 5-1 and 6-2 offenses and their positioning considerations.

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