The NCAA Women’s Volleyball Rules Committee approved rules allowing for video review of certain officials’ decisions. As the process has progressed, the rules and various documents have been developed to provide guidance for all participants.
The challenge review system (CRS) is a process whereby video review is used to confirm, reverse, or replay specific decisions made by the officiating team. The second referee may reverse a ruling only if the video review reveals by indisputable evidence that the official’s ruling was incorrect. If the second referee determines that the video review is inconclusive, the original decisions stands.
Further details can be found on the documents below, particularly the Resource document.
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Established by the NCAA Women's Volleyball Rules Committee, the following must be adhered to by any conference or institution choosing to use CRS during the 2019 season.
Decisions regarding the following rules, as stated in the NCAA Rules book, may be challenged/reviewed:
The CRS process consists of the following steps: