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NCAA Volleyball Rule Changes: What To Know Now

Hannah Yaconis doesn’t have to worry about recruiting anymore… but you might. Read on to see what’s new in NCAA Division I recruiting rules and more.

Throughout the year, the NCAA Council and its Committees meet to propose, discuss, and vote on new legislation.

Currently, there are five rules in particular that have been discussed and are in the process of being adopted by Division I volleyball in a sort of “first phase” that will surely be improved upon and added to over time.

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. mtolman2020

    April 19, 2018 at 1:53 pm

    What do these rule changes mean to PSA who has already committed to play for a college but has not reached September 1 of her junior year? Thanks.

  2. Sloane Green

    April 21, 2018 at 3:59 am

    The rule is the same for her, whether she has a verbal commitment or not. She can visit campus on her own but will not be able to meet with her school’s staff or have other unofficial visit engagements until September 1 of her junior year. The communication dates and rules and are the same, too and she can call her coaches at any time. The change is that she may take an official visit in her junior year now, instead of waiting for her senior year, but she is still only allowed one of those per institution. Many universities choose to (or, have chosen to in the past) bring their senior class in together on an official visit.

  3. howie21

    howie21

    April 22, 2018 at 10:56 am

    Don’t like the 5th rule presented. It hurts the college coach that can make some extra money because now going to a clinic or camp our of the prescribed range. They did not think this one thru. The Junior contact time and visit rule I love it. It is about time that we can allow these young ladies enjoy HS life while playing VB

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