a volleyball server is the player who will be serving the ball...A server in vollyball is someone who over hands serve or underhand they get to serve as many times as they want as long as the team they are on is winning. - hoped it helped :)
In youth wreck, you can serve three times before the ball is handed over to the other team. I think in middle school, high school, and select volleyball, you can serve until you mess up.
Only in the quarter and half times.
18 substations are allowed per set
In nearly all volleyball layouts, one team is allowed to hit the volleyball 3 times. 4+ hits are considered illegal.
once rotated, you stay in the same position for your teams serve, there teams serve then you rotate again.
They continue serving until their team loses the point, at which stage the serve goes to the opposing team, and when they lose their point it goes back to the first team (and this when the player rotation happens so a new player will be serving).
Your team can hit the volleyball three times before it goes over the net.
When serving, the server can only serve once. If the player misses the ball, the ball goes out of bounce or any mistake like that, it's automatically the other opponents turn. But if you're talking about during the game play, one single player can only touch the volleyball once, a double-tap would be called by the ref and the other team would get the point and be handed the ball.
Making contact with the net, lifting the ball, blocking a serve, touching the ball two times in a row, and stepping over the line on a serve.