Smash is when a hitter spikes or hits the ball to the other side. The ball must go downward to be a kill to be a 'smash'. (kill= when you spike the ball really hard and no one touches it.)
That would be spiking the ball
A double hit in volleyball is when the same player contacts the ball twice without another player touching the ball.
The power players job is to smash the ball, receive serves, and of course serve.
the setter sets the ball in the air you run up jump and slap the ball as hard as you can over the net
A volleyball assist is when a player (usually the setter) sets the ball to a hitter and the hitter gets a kill. The player who sets the ball gets the assist.
for volleyball- v-ball,v.b.,voll ball. for volleyball player- volleyballer,v-baller,vollballer,or just plain baller
Anyone that is on the court serves the ball.
no a player can only hit the ball once
Service is when the player serves the ball.
It is a player who hits the ball with its hands.
a held ball is like when a player sets they catch the ball then throw it again
If the player hits the ball, and the ball is blocked, that player may hit the ball again. Similarly, if the player blocks a ball, but it lands on the player's side of the court, that same player may touch the ball again.
Each player can only hit the ball once in a row.
A receiver in volleyball is the person who the ball is sent too. For example, if i serve the ball, the receiver may be any player on the other side of the net.
A dig is when the ball is very low and the player still is able to hit it, it is called "digging the ball". Most times when digging the ball the player will "dive" for the ball.
Setting in volleyball is when a player hits the ball over the net in a forward pass motion. The ball is hit off the finger tips and not spiked with the fist.