– Any volleyball game with people who don’t really know how to play volleyball. A common euphemism for this type of game is “Picnic Volleyball.” JUMP SERVE – A serve that is started by the server tossing the ball into the air and jumping into and hitting the ball in its downward motion. JOUST – When 2 opposing players are simultaneously
Volleyball Vocabulary for Attacking. Kill: An attack hit resulting in a point or sideout. Hitting Line: A straight attack down the sideline. Line Shot: Same as hitting line. A ball spiked by an attacker from near the sideline, the ball goes down the sideline to deep corner. Off-Speed Shots: Attacking the ball so it goes slower and is placed to a spot.
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Volleyball Glossary. Ace: A botched serve after which the opponent is awarded a point. Antenna: Vertical rods mounted above the sidelines and close to the edges of the net, and usually used for indoor courts. Approach: Moving quickly toward the net or ball in an attempt to make a play. Assist: Helping a teammate set up a kill.
Volleyball Vocabulary 4-2 Offense - An offensive formation where a team designates two setters, each of whom set from the right front position. 5-1 Offense - An offensive formation where a team has one designated setter and five offensive attackers. 6-2 Offense - An offensive formation with two designated back row setters.
Volleyball Vocabulary in English The Players. This expression points out the moral rules of the game and implies respect for the opponents as well as all... The Basics. In volleyball, there are some fundamentals of play. When we say “fundamentals,” we mean specific, basic... Playing Techniques. In ...
Volleyball terms & Volleyball terminology You can impress your coach and friends with your volleyball terms vocabulary. By using these terms as often as possible, they will really think you know what you’re doing…even if you don’t!
Yearning, Yells, Youthful. Z) Zeal, Zealous, Zigzag, Zone. Get a Print Out of this Word List. Well-known Volleyball players include: Misty May-Treanor, a gold medalist in beach volleyball. Kerri Walsh, a gold medalist in beach volleyball. Karch Kiraly, won three Olympic gold medals.
Back-One: When a volleyball is set quickly or low to the middle hitter or the right side hitter. Back-Two: A high set of the volleyball to the middle or the right side hitter. Bump : A first hit or pass that is used to set an attack. Carry: A fault in which the volleyball is held for too long of time in the player's hands.