If I understand correctly, there are a few calls that the official can call against the serving team.
1. Foot fault- if the servers foot touches/crosses the end line as he/she is serving.
2. Out of rotation- if the serving team is not in the correct order before/during the service.
3. Out of bounds- if the server serves the ball out of any of the lines on the opposing side of the court or crosses the planes of the antennae.
4. Short ball- if the ball doesn't make it over the net.
The team who is serving .
every single position on a volleyball court serves. there is no specific serving position
Volleyball was invented in 1895 by William Morgan in Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA, who called it "mintonette". The name changed to "volleyball" the following year.
isn't it called screening?
It is called a "foot fault".
It is called a short but it is not only hitting the net, it is going under too. This is only for serving.
There are no serving boxes in volleyball but if the ball hits the net and still lands within the court the ball is still in play and is considered a good serve.You may have your sports mixed up though, in tennis there are serving boxes and if the ball skims the net and still lands in it is called a "let" and this means the stroke must be replayed.
AnswerYour team gets 1 point and that is called an ace.All points in volleyball are one point -Elora
The endline is the out of bounds line that can also be called the serving line. It is parallel with the net where as the side lines run perpendicular to the net.
Scoring in volleyball is basically just called, scorekeeping.
It was always called a volleyball
Mintonette is what Volleyball used to be called.
Volleyball was originally called mintonette.
A Service Change in Volleyball in pretty self-explanatory. When the serving team loses a point this is called a "Service change" which means that the opposition becomes the serving team and serves the next point. You could break it down to a less technical term 1. Serve Change 2. Change Serve This term is also used in Tennis.
They are called serves.
VOLLEYBALL comes from the word VOLLEY which means to bump or hit and a ball is a round hard/soft object.VOLLEY+BALL=VOLLEYBALL. VOLLEYBALL+ME= my life.
No one discovdered volleyball. William Morgan invented Mintonette (now called volleyball) in a YMCA in Massachusetts.
I believe it's called setting the ball
This is easy, anyone should know this answer. Any violation of the rules in volleyball is called a fault.
Its called a side out and its when the other team is serving the ball and you get the point because of a missed serve or maybe you got the ball up for a nice set and you hit the ball and they miss it.
Yes, its called sitting volleyball because the players sit on the floor.
She doesn't have an official name. But in everyday Arabic languages she can be described or called in the following way : Zawjat alemam .