If a volleyball hits the line in volleyball, the ball is considered to be in
(any part of the ball).
If the ball happens to hit the line right on then it is in
If the volleyball hits the line it wo uld be in, so your team or the other team should play it.
If the ball hits the line the ball is called in
If the ball hits any line on the court, it is in.
When the ball hits the line. Ball is in
it is the out of bounce line, if the top of the ball hits the line, the ball is in
In volleyball, if the ball hits the white line, or edge of the court, it is counted as in, and the point is given to the opposing side from where the ball landed.
it is an automatic out and stop playing and point to the antenna so you get the point.
The ball is still technically in. According to the rules of volleyball, if it hits the net and goes over, it is still in.
In volleyball, there is an antenna. It is there to mark the place of the "out of bounds" line on the court. If the ball ever hits the antenna, the ball is "out of bounds".
If the ball hits the line then the ball is called in. But if its even a little bit over the line then its out and the other team gets the ball.
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I am assuming that you mean the red and white pole attached to the net, and if the volleyball touches that during the game, the other team would get the point and the ball
It counts as an out and the other team gets the point.
Nothing, this is completely legal.
The team that hit the ball over will get a point.
The distance from the volleyball net to the serving line for volleyball is approximately 29 feet and 6 inches.
The Three hits in volleyball are a bump, set & spike. Answered by Ray :)
the other team gets the point and gets the next serve.
a volleyball serve is when one team either underhand or overhand 'serves' to the other team; when one person goes to the back line of the volleyball court, tosses the ball, and contacts it with their hand, or leaves it on their hand and hits it over the net with their fist. they must serve from behind the serving line.
There is no 10ft line in beach volleyball, but in indoor it is to ensure that the backrow players are attacking from behind it
Then the ball is announced dead and the opposing team gets a point and the serve.
The answer is out of line
The three types of hits in volleyball are: * Bump * Set * Spike There are also serves (underhand and overhand).
The baseline in volleyball is where you would serve from. Or if you don't serve that far back, it is considered the out line. The farthest line from the net.