Question by  Shelley34 (82)

What is the height of a high school volleyball net?


Answer by  mike3321 (80)

The height for girls volleyball is 7' 4 1/8, while the height for men's volleyball is 7' 11 5/8, however guys will use the shorter net when they are under 14, or in co-ed situation, the smaller size is called a girls net, as it is the universal sized net for women's matches


Answer by  worker4326 (11)

The official height of a high school volleyball net differs for men and women. For women, the height is 7'4-1/8", for men 7'11-5/8".


Answer by  Kurt (4579)

A high school volleyball net should be set at eight feet for men and seven feet four inches for women. This is for high school regulation. Middle school volleyball dimensions may differ.


Answer by  Butter (68)

The correct height for a high school volleyball net is 7'4" and 1/8 of an inch high. This is the international standard


Answer by  yuvaraj64 (4)

Height for boys nets are 7 feet, 11 5/8 inches (2. 43 meters) and for girls it is 7 feet 4 1/8 inches (2. 24 meters).

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