How high is a college women volleyball net?

Answer The net is 7 feet, 4 1/8 inches (2.24 meters) high for women's college volleyball matches, according to the NCAA rule book. This height is 7.5 inches shorter than the net height for men's volleybal... Read More »

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How high is the top of a college volleyball net?

The official net height for NCAA volleyball is different for women and men. For men, the official net height is 7 feet, 11 5/8 inches. For women, the official net height is 7 feet, 4 1/8 inches.So... Read More »

What is the height of a women's volleyball net?

The standard net height for women's volleyball competition is 7 feet 4-1/8 inches. This measurement is taken from the center of the net, whether indoor or outdoor. The net can be lower in competiti... Read More »

Who has won the most NCAA women's volleyball championships?

According to the NCAA, Stanford University has a record six women's volleyball titles, as of 2010. Portland State University holds the Division II record with four, and Washington University in St.... Read More »

How to Set Up a College Volleyball Net?

College volleyball competitions use two net heights, one for men and one for women. The men's height is 7 feet, 11-5/8 inches and the women's is 7 feet, 4-1/8 inches. In all other ways--material, p... Read More »