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    as the right player nor as near the left sideline as the left player The position of players is judged according to the position of their feet in relation to the player adjacent to them at the time the ball is contacted for serve No back row player may be as near the net as the corresponding front row player After the ball is contacted for serve players may move from their respective positions All players with the exception of the server must be fully on the court at the time the ball is contacted for service Violations of this rule will be considered overlapping and is enforced with a point IX Substitution A substitute shall take the position of the player whom he or she is replacing No change shall be made in the relative positions of other players when a substitution is made After a player who has been replaced by a substitute re enters the game the player shall enter in the original position in relation to his teammates Free substitution is allowed but once a player is substituted for he she must stay out of the game for 3 rotations Substitutions must be made in dead ball situations by making a request for substitution to the official X Dead Ball A ball in play becomes dead when a the ball touches the net the antenna or the net cables or post outside the antenna b the ball does not pass over the net between the antennas or the imaginary extension of the sideline above the net c the ball strikes the floor a wall the ceiling or any other obstruction outside the playing area d a served ball contacts the net or other object e a player commits a fault f the official blows a whistle XI Serve Rotation When the serving team commits a foul fault or violation the ball shall be given to their opponents who shall rotate one position clockwise A point will be awarded XII Play at the Net Attacking An attack hit or spike is an intentional effort to direct the ball into the opponent s team area in other than a blocking action A third hit by a team is considered to be an attack hit regardless of intention A served ball is never considered to be an attack hit Examples of legal attack hits are Spike or Hit an overhead armswing that forcibly drives the ball into the opponent s court Tip or Dink a fingertip attack that directs the ball into the opponent s court Dump a fingertip overhead attack commonly used by the setter on the second contact Overhead Pass a two hand overhead contact that directs the ball over the net It is illegal for a player to attack a served ball while the ball is completely above the height of the net A player is also not allowed to attack the ball on the opponent s side of the net If the ball is hit

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    outline shall be covered explicitly in the Official UCSD Intramural Volleyball Rules I Team Size A team consists of 6 players 3 women 3 men There shall be no limit to the number of eligible players The minimum number of players that can start a game are two female players and two male players At no time can a team field fewer than four players or more male players than females 2 women 2 men or 3 women 2 men II Eligibility Only players listed on the official roster are eligible to participate on a volleyball team All players must meet the eligibility requirements of the UC San Diego Intramural Sports Office Additions and subtractions to official team roster must be made prior to that team s third league game No changes to rosters will be accepted after that time If one or both teams do not have 6 players present and ready at 5 minutes after game time a non roster player may participate upon approval from the opposing team captain and may only play one game for any particular team The referee must be notified concerning the participation of a non roster player AN INDIVIDUAL MAY PLAY ON ONLY ONE TEAM III Dimensions The top of the net of coed play shall be 8 feet from the floor IV Player Position Serving order and position on the floor must be an alternation of men and women Switching after the serve is permissible Player switching can occur only after the ball is contacted on serve V Length of Match Matches are generally scheduled within a one hour time frame A match will consist of three games All games rally scoring the first two games to 25 the third game to 15 points All three games played will be used

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    the game with the exception of regulation softball or little league bats No hard ball bats will be allowed V Field Dimensions All bases will be 65 feet apart Out of play lines approximately 30 feet from and parallel to existing foul lines will be established whenever geographical field locations permit Fences will be in play VI Home Plate and Strike Zone Home plate will consist of a regulation plate Also there will be a 21 x 36 rectangle of rubber which will comprise part of the strike zone Before each pitch the umpire will make sure that the home plate area is aligned in the manner shown in the accompanying diagram Any legal pitch that hits any part of either home plate or the carpet rectangle will be called a strike A runner trying to score must touch home plate The carpet is not considered part of the plate on a scoring play A runner not touching home plate but who touches the carpet is eligible to be tagged out VII First Base The first base area will consist of two separate bases positioned side by side One base will reside in its normal position inside the first base foul line A second base will be positioned immediately adjacent to the original base outside the first base foul line The double first base concept is to improve safety and prevent injuries that occur during the ground ball plays at first base Batter runners attempting to beat out infield ground balls should use the foul territory base on such plays while the first basemen should whenever possible use the fair territory base In all situations however the double first base bag s will be considered as one base and each player field or runner is entitled to use any or all parts of both bases VIII Length of the Game A regulation game shall consist of seven innings or one hour No new innings may start five minutes 55 minutes of game time before the hour IX Pitching Area Pitchers must start with one foot on the pitcher s rubber One foot must remain in contact with the pitcher s rubber until the ball is released X Legal Pitch A legal pitch must be of moderate speed and have an arc that rises at least above the hitters head There shall be no limit to the height of the arc on any otherwise legal pitch The pitcher must deliver the ball toward home plate on the first forward swing of the pitching arm past the hip XI Balls Strikes Intentional Walks After four balls the batter is awarded first base After two strikes the batter will be declared out All swings must be of a full motion Intentional walks may be requested from the umpire without throwing four pitches XII Batting All officially rostered players present must be included in the official batting order All team members must bat even though only nine players may take the field on defense

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    firmly on the ground in contact with the pitcher s rubber not off to the side His arm must come to a rest holding the ball in front of his body He must deliver the ball toward home plate on the first forward swing of pitching arm past the hip There shall be no stop or reversal of the forward motion The pitch starts when the pitcher makes any motion that is part of his wind up The pitcher must step toward home plate with the foot not touching the rubber The ball must be delivered at a moderate speed under hand below the hip with a perceptible arch of at least over the batter s head There is no height limit to the pitch VII Legal pitch A quick return pitch is illegal An illegal pitch is when the pitcher delivers the ball not in accordance with this pitching rule Effect in each case an illegal pitch shall be declared a ball by the umpire the ball is dead until put in play again at the pitcher s box provided however that is the batsman strikes at any illegal pitch it shall be a strike and there shall be no penalty for such an illegal pitch The ball shall remain in play if hit by the batsman Section 3 Batting I Batter position the batter shall take his position wherever he wants near home plate the batter must take his position within one minute after the umpire has called play ball effect the ball is in play the batter is out the batter shall not hit the ball with an illegal bat the ball is dead the batter is out and baserunners may NOT advance II Batting Order each player of the side at bat shall become a batter in the order which their name appears on the scoresheet the batting order of each team must be on the scoresheet and must be delivered before the game by the captain to the plate umpire The umpire shall submit it to the inspection of the captain of the opposing team Then it is the team at bat s responsibility to keep score correctly The first batter in each inning shall be the batter whose name follows that of the last player who completed a turn at bat in the preceding inning Effect batting out of order is an appeal play If the error is discovered while the incorrect batter is at bat the correct batter make take his place assume and balls and strikes and any runs scores or bases run while the incorrect batter was at bat shall be legal If the error is discovered after the incorrect batter has completed his turn at bat and before there has been a pitch to another batter the player who should have batted is out Any runs scored are cancelled and baserunners must return to the bases occupied when the incorrect batter took his position in the batter s box The next batter is the player whose name follows that of the player called out for failing to bat If the batter declared out under these circumstances is the third out the correct batter in the next inning shall be the player who would have come to bat had the players been out by ordinary play If the error is discovered after the first pitch to the next batter the team at bat of the incorrect batter is legal all runs scored and bases run are legal and the batter in order shall be the one whose name follows that of the incorrect batter No one is called out for failure to bat Players who have not batted and who have not been called out have lost their turn at bat until reached again in the regular order III Batter s Interference The batter shall not hinder the catcher from fielding or throwing the ball by stepping out of the batter s area or intentionally hinder the catcher while standing within the batter s box Effect the ball is dead the batter is out and baserunners must return to the last base that in the judgment of the umpire was touched at the time of the interference IV Opposition Interference Members of the team at bat shall not interfere with a player attempting to field a foul fly ball Effect The ball is dead the batter is out and baserunners must return to the base legally held at the time of the pitch V Illegally Hitting Ball The batter shall not intentionally strike the ball a second time strike it with a thrown bat or deflect its course in any way while running to first base The ball is dead the batter is out and baserunners may NOT advance VI Strike Calls a strike is called by the umpire for each legally pitched ball touching home plate or the carpet for each pitched ball struck at and missed by the batter for each foul tip for each foul ball not legally caught on the fly when the batter has less than one strike for each pitched ball struck at and missed which touches any part of the batter VII Ball Calls a ball is called by the umpire for each illegally pitched ball not swung at by the batter when a delivered ball by pitcher hits a baseman outside of strike zone VIII Fair Ball a fair ball is a legally batter ball which settles or is touched in fair ground between home and first base or between home and third base bounds past first or third base over fair ground touches first second or third base while on or over fair ground touches the person or clothing of an umpire or player first falls on fair ground beyond first or third base A fair fly must be judged according to the relative position of the ball and the foul line regardless of whether the fielder is on fair or foul ground at the time he catches the ball effect a c The ball is in play and baserunners are entitled to advance any number of bases with liability to be put out The batter becomes a baserunner unless the infield fly rule applies IX Foul Ball a foul ball is legally batted ball which settles on foul ground between home and first or home and third bounds past first or third on or over foul ground first touches on foul ground beyond first or third base while on or over foul ground touches the person or clothing of an umpire or player or other obstructions effect a d 1 The ball is dead unless it is a legally caught foul fly If a foul fly is caught the batter is out 2 a strike is called on the batter unless he already obtained one strike 3 Baserunners must return to their bases without liability to be put out unless a foul fly is caught In this case the baserunner may advance with liability to be put out after the ball has been touched X Batter is Out the batter is out under the following circumstances When the 2 nd strike is called When he bunts or chops the ball downward When a fly ball is legally caught Immediately when he hits an infield fly with the baserunners on first and second or on first second and third with less than two outs This is called THE INFIELD FLY RULE When they interfere with the catcher If a fielder intentionally drops a fair fly or line drive with the first first and second first and third or first second and third occupied before two are out runners need not retouch and may advance at their own risk a trapped ball shall not be considered as having been intentionally dropped If the proceeding runner shall in the umpire s judgment intentionally interfere with a fielder who is attempting to catch a thrown ball or to throw a ball in an attempt to complete a play both runner and succeeding runner will be called out and interference called Section 4 Baserunners I Running the Bases The baserunners must touch the bases in legal order first second third then home plate When a baserunner must return while the ball is in play he must touch the bases in reverse order When a baserunner acquires the right to a base by touching it before being put out he is entitled to hold the base until he has legally touched the next base in order or is forces to vacate it for a succeeding baserunner When a baserunner dislodges a base from its proper position neither he nor succeeding runners in the same series of plays are compelled to follow a base unreasonably out of position Effect The ball is in play and baserunners may advance with liability to be put out A baserunner shall not run the bases in reverse order either to confuse fielders or to make a travesty of the game Two baserunners may not occupy the same base simultaneously Effect The runner who first legally occupied the base shall be entitled to it the other baserunner may be put out by being touched with the ball exception if the first runner is awarded the base to which he is returning because of obstruction the second runner is also entitled to return one base without liability to be put out the failure of a preceding runner to touch a base and who is declared out does not affect the status of a succeeding baserunner who touches bases in proper order However if the failure to touch a base in regular order is the third out of the inning no succeeding runner may score a run II The Batter Becomes a Baserunner As soon as he hits a fair ball the ball is in play and he is a baserunner with liability to be put out When 4 balls have been called by the umpire ball is dead If the pitcher desires to walk the batter intentionally he may do so by notifying the umpire who shall award the batter first base ball is dead The catcher interferes with him or prevents him from striking at a pitched ball Except if he hits the pitch and succeeds in reaching first base safely and no preceding runner is put out before advancing at least once the interference should not be called If a fair ball strikes the person or clothing of a baserunner or umpire before touching a fielder ball is dead If a fair ball hit strikes the umpire or baserunner after having passed a fielder other than the pitcher or having been touched by a fielder including the pitcher the ball shall be considered in play Also if a fair hit ball strikes an umpire on foul ground the ball shall be in play Effect 1 If the ball hits the umpire or baserunner after passing a fielder other than the pitcher or touched by an infielder including the pitcher the ball is in play 2 If the ball hits the umpire or baserunner before passing a fielder the ball is dead and the batter is entitled to first base without liability to be put out III Baserunners are entitled to advance with liability to be put out under the following circumstances A legally caught fly is first touched When the ball is overthrown into fair or foul territory and is not blocked When the ball is batted into fair territory and is not blocked When a thrown ball strikes the person or clothing of an umpire Effect a d The ball is alive and in play IV A player forfeits his exemption from liability to get put out If while the ball is in play he fails to touch the base to which he was entitled before attempting to make the next base If the runner put out is batter baserunner at first base or any other baserunner forced to advance because the batter became a baserunner this is a force out If after overrunning first base the batter baserunner tries to continue to the next base If after dislodging the base the batter baserunner tries to continue to the next base V Baserunners are entitled to advance without liability to be put out When forced to vacate a base because the batter was awarded a base on balls ball is dead When a fielder obstructs the baserunner from making a base unless the fielder is trying to field a batted ball or has the ball ready to touch a baserunner Effect If he is prevented from making a base by the obstruction of a fielder The ball is still in play so far as other runners are concerned On the obstruction of this kind the umpire s judgment shall prevail as to the number of bases to be awarded to the baserunners Effect The baserunners shall be entitled to three bases if a batted ball or two bases if a thrown ball and in either case the baserunners may advance at their own risk If the illegal catch or touch is made on a fair hit ball which in the opinion of the umpire s judgment would have cleared the field fence in flight the runner shall be awarded a home run Effect In all cases where a thrown ball goes into a stand for spectators or over through or under any fence surrounding the playing field or hits any person or object not engaged in the game or into the players benches including bats lying near such benches whether the ball rebounds into the playing field or not or remains in the meshes of any wire screen protecting the spectators each and every baserunner shall be awarded two bases When a first throw is made by an infielder the umpire in awarding such bases shall be governed by the position of each runner at the time the ball was delivered by the pitcher when the throw is made by an outfielder or is the result of any second succeeding play or attempted play the award shall be governed by the position of each runner and the last base he has touched at the time the final throw was made When a fielder contacts or catches a batted or thrown ball with his cap glove or any part of his uniform while it is detached from its proper place on his person When the ball is in play and is overthrown into foul territory at first or third bases or home plate and is obstructed or blocked VI The baserunners advance is limited When a fair ball bounds or rolls into a stand over under or through a fence or other obstruction marking the boundaries of the playing field The ball is dead and all baserunners are awarded two bases from time of pitch unless umpires believe batter runner could have advanced further In this case umpire may award either a triple or a home run VII The baserunner must return to his base under the following circumstances When a foul ball is illegally caught and is so declared by the umpire When an illegally batter ball is declared by the umpire When a batter or baserunner is called out for interference Other baserunners shall return to the last base which was in judgment of the umpire legally touched by him at the time of the interference When any part of the batter s person is touched by a batted ball When an umpire or baserunner is struck by a fair ball before it is touched by or passes through a fielder Effect 1 The ball is dead 2 The baserunners must return to base without liability to be put out except when forced to go to the next base because the batter became a baserunner 3 No runs shall score unless all bases are occupied 4 Baserunners need not touch the intervening bases in returning to base but must return promptly 5 However they must be allowed sufficient time to return VIII Base Stealing Under no condition is a runner permitted to steal a base He may leave his base when a pitched ball has left the pitcher s hand Effect Baserunners can lead off as soon as the pitch has left the pitcher s hand but may not steal They must return to that base after each pitch not hit by the batter before the pitcher releases the next pitch A runner not having returned to base before the next pitch will be declared out Throwing the ball to the base results in a force out if the ball reaches the base and is caught by a fielder in contact with the base before the runner returns to the base IX Batter Baserunners are out under the following circumstances When after a fail ball is hit he is legally touched with the ball before he touches first base When after a fair ball is hit the ball is held by a fielder touching first base with any part of his person before the batter baserunner touches first base When after a fly ball the ball is caught by a fielder before it touches the ground or any object other than a fielder Effect a c The ball is in play and the batter baserunner is out When he runs outside the three foot baseline and in the opinion of the umpire interferes with the fielder taking the throw at first base However he may run outside the three foot line to avoid a fielder attempting to field a batted ball X Baserunners are out When in running to any base he runs outside the baseline in regular or reverse order to avoid being touched by the ball in the hand of a fielder When while the ball is in play he is legally touched with the ball in the

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    All rules not mentioned within this modification outline shall be explicitly covered in the Official UC San Diego Intramural Softball Rules or the Official Slow pitch Softball Rules that are available in the Intramural Office I Team Size A team consists of eight 8 players 4 men 4 women There shall be no limit to the number of eligible players on a roster Teams must have at least 3 female and 3 male players present to start a game II Eligibility All players must meet the eligibility participation requirements of the UC San Diego Intramural Sports Department Additions and subtractions to official team rosters must be made prior to that team s third league game No changes to rosters will be accepted after that time Players who have played two games with a team are automatically considered an official member of that particular team AN INDIVIDUAL MAY PLAY ON ONLY ONE COED TEAM I f one or both teams do not have 6 players present and ready at 5 minutes after game time a non roster player may participate upon approval from the opposing team captain and may only play one game for any one particular team Teams must notify the umpire that a non roster player will be playing INTERCOLLEGIATE BASEBALL SOFTBALL PLAYERS An individual is considered to be an intercollegiate team member if the individual in question is currently practicing and playing with the intercollegiate team while that particular intramural season is in progress or played on the intercollegiate team the year before Any individual who drops or is cut from the team before the first regular intramural season contest will still be eligible to participate He she must compete at the highest level All intercollegiate Baseball Softball status players must compete at the highest level III Field Dimensions Field dimensions for coed softball shall be the same except that an arc 180 feet from homeplate shall be established in the outfield from foul line to foul line All outfielders must be behind the 180 arc and may not move closer until the ball is hit IV Pitching Area The pitching rubber will be a designated spot approximately three feet in front of the midpoint between first and third base V Pitching A team will supply its own pitcher In the event that a batted ball strikes the pitcher the batter shall be declared out VI Number of Pitches Both women and men batters will be allowed two 2 pitches only A foul ball hit on the second pitch will automatically retire the batter VII Batting Order An alternative male female or female male batting order must be used In the event a team is playing with one woman or man short his or her unfilled spot in the batting order will automatically be considered an out If a team is playing with three women and three men there will be no automatic outs If a team carries more than the minimum 8 number of players on its

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    wins the last set Play will then enter sudden death overtime until either the leading team scores or the team score is tied Team scores that are tied at the end of the final set will be broken by a super 12 point tiebreaker first to win seven points win by two The tiebreaker serving pattern will be 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 VII Czar s Ruling All rules interpretations not covered in the above rules will be left to the discretion of the Intramural Team Tennis Czars and their designated representatives Part 2 Organizational Format I League Play Whenever possible 5 league matches round robin schedule will be played in two different ability classifications AAA AA or AA A Matches will be scheduled on nights days announced at the Team Captain s Meeting for Team Tennis II Post Season Playoff Tournament Single elimination championship tournaments will be conducted in all divisions Determination of which teams qualify for post season competition will be determined at the time of the team captain s meeting for IM Team Tennis Generally the top half of each league qualifies for the playoffs III Team Sports Entry Fee An intramural team sports entry of 30 00 will be assessed all teams wishing to play Intramural Team Tennis Team sports entry fees will be collected at the Team Captain s meet for Team Tennis IV Tennis Balls Racquets Team Tennis participants will need to provide their own tennis racquets for competition UCSD Intramural Sports will provide new tennis balls for each team tennis match V Forfeits Teams who fail to show for their scheduled match or who report 5 minutes after their scheduled start time shall forfeit the match Their opponents will have access to the two courts to be used for the full time allotment VI Classifications For the most part teams and individuals will be given the opportunity to decide which classification of competition is best suited for their team However the IM Team Tennis Czar and his designated co czars will reserve the right to relocate teams according to their relative playing strengths Part 1 Playing Procedures I Team Size A team will consist of four players 4 men or 4 women There must be at least three 3 team members present to start a match II Eligibility Only players listed on the official team roster are eligible to participate on an intramural team tennis team All players must meet the eligibility participation requirements of the UCSD Intramural Sports program Intercollegiate tennis players who have competed at least once during the previous season must compete at the highest level of competition offered AAA Only one current intercollegiate player to include a previous year s intercollegiate player may play per IM Team Tennis team This applies to both the Men s and Women s Varsity team members Additions and subtractions to official team roster must be made prior to that team s third league match No changes to roster will be accepted

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    team members present to start a match II Eligibility Only players listed on the official team roster are eligible to participate on an intramural team tennis team All players must meet the eligibility participation requirements of the UCSD Intramural Sports program Current intercollegiate tennis players to include a previous year s intercollegiate player must compete at the highest level of competition offered AAA Only one current intercollegiate player may play per IM Team Tennis team This applies to both the Men s and Women s Varsity team members Additions and subtractions to official team roster must be made prior to that team s third league match No changes to roster will be accepted after that time AN INDIVIDUAL MAY ONLY PLAY ON ONE TEAM III Events Contested Each team member will be limited to play in two of the three possible events Men s Singles Women s Singles Men s Doubles Women s Doubles Mixed Doubles IV Order of Eve nts The order of events will be determined by team captains The Mixed Doubles set must be played last V Warm Up Period Pre match warm up will be limited to 5 minutes for each of the initial sets with 3 minutes allotted for the final mixed doubles set This procedure will be strictly enforced VI Scoring Games will be played under no add scoring rules first to win four points wins the game In tie game scores of 3 3 the player receiving service will indicate to the server in which court he she wishes to receive service In mixed doubles play when tied at 3 3 men will serve to men and women will serve to women Sets will be six game sets first to win six games you must win by two games Tie sets 6 6 will be decided by a nine point tiebreaker first to win 5 points win by one The tiebreaker serving pattern will be 2 2 2 3 Set scores will be carried over to team totals In the final set a team losing has a chance to tie the match provided it wins the last set Play will then enter sudden death overtime until either the leading team scores or the team score is tied Team scores that are tied at the end of the final set will be broken by a super 12 point tiebreaker first to win seven points win by two The tiebreaker serving pattern will be 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 VII Czar s Ruling All rules interpretations not covered in the above rules will be left to the discretion of the Intramural Team Tennis Czars and their designated representatives Part 2 Organizational Format I League Play Whenever possible leagues will be formed with six teams to a league Five 5 league matches round robin schedule will be played in each skill ability classification AAA AA A Matches will be scheduled on the following nights days Monday 7pm 9pm or Wednesday 7pm 9pm or 8pm

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