If the ball ever touches the antenna even if it goes on the other side, it is out.
It is when the ball touches the net on a serve, but still goes over, in-bounds.
The ball goes to the other team.
You can get three touches before the ball has to go over the net. A block does not count as a touch so someone can tip it in a block and there will still be three hits left.
4 touches on one side, step over serving line, touches ball before it goes out, ball goes out on other side
It would be called an "Ace". It also counts if only one person touches it, but some people argue that.
It's when the blocker goes up on a hit but the ball only "touches" their hand, and keeps going. Or when anyone goes to play the ball and relizes it's out but they "touch" it when it goes out.
The ball is still technically in. According to the rules of volleyball, if it hits the net and goes over, it is still in.
10 points for beach volleyball as long as you win by 2 points. court volleyball, junior varsity goes to 20 and varsity goes to 25, but you still must win by 2.
it's when the ball hits the net on a serve but still goes over the net which is still in play