If the complete foot or hand lands in the opponent court while the ball is still in play, then it is a foul; and, a partial foot crossing while landing after hitting the ball is not a foul. Also, a player making the second contact can cross below the net but outside the 30ft court of the opponent, or outside the pole hoisting the net, and hit the ball so it comes to his/her own court for a teammate to make the third contact; this is not foul; make sure that the second contact player does not go through the opponent court while doing so; he/she is allowed to only cross outside the opponent court.
It doesn't matter as long as they don't touch the net.
when your a pro player yes. it depends on who your playing and if your a vistor. if your a college player, you play people around the nation
in order to become a volleyball player, you don't have to take special classes, and there is never, EVER anyone there at the end to say, "You are officially a volleyball player." The only way to determine that you are a volleyball player is that you play somewhere. Like:1. It could be your house.2. A league.3. A school team.4. The Olympics.5. A contest.6. The beach. (Beach volleyball)7. Take classes at a gym or something.And in order to truly become and be a volleyball player, you must be dedicated. You must follow all the rules of volleyball. No matter what kind of volleyball your playing, Beach volleyball, or regular volleyball, you MUST follow the rules of the game.
Well, you can be a volleyball player in college but then after college (if your really good) you can start playing professionally.
yes, me being a travel volleyball player would know this. you can, but if you shake the net, then they might call you on this. hope i was help!
Crossing is when an attacking player is deemed to deliberately obstruct a defender, which then releases the ball carrier through a gap created by this obstruction. If it goes unnoticed, it can very often lead to a try, but if noticed, is a penalty to the defending team.
A person will most likely have to play is school in order to be seen by professional volleyball scouts. This includes playing in middle school and high school.
A Volleyball Player?
One famous beach volleyball player is Misty May Treanor. Also Kerri Welsh is a famous beach volleyball player. Holly McPeak is a famous beach volleyball player. Add on if you know any more beach volleyball players!
One of the five players on a basketball team is the Center. That player is usually the tallest member of the team.
You don't have to be a certain weight to play volleyball, the average weight for a junior volleyball player is 183 lbs.