If it hits the net but does not go over then it is a sideout and the other team gets the ball. If it hits the net but goes over, it is playable and the other team must get it or lose a point.
A net violation is called on that player and the point is awarded to the other team.
IT WILL BE CONSIDERED AS A FOUL.
The ball goes to the other team.
A touch is when any player touches the ball in any way, though it most commonly applies to blocks. When a player jumps up to block a ball that is being hit, but only manages to touch the ball with their finger-tips, it is called a touch.
I'm pretty sure it is when the ball touches two parts of a player's body in succession, or when a player touches the ball twice in a row.
Disqualification happens when a player touches the soccer ball with their hands when he was supposed to kick a penalty
There is no such thing as fouls in volleyball. Well, a player can get a foot foul, and that is when the players foot touches or crosses serving line. You can get as many of those as you want. There really isn't any fouls in volleyball like there are in basketball
there are no paddles in volleyball
The serving team automaticlly gets one point
The only way one player can hit the ball two times in a row is if the player blocks the ball and then passes it directly after.
that's illegal and the other team would get the point
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!
You don't have to be a certain weight to play volleyball, the average weight for a junior volleyball player is 183 lbs.
Yes. She played volleyball in college at Florida State University and holds school records for solo blocks and total blocks. She was inducted into the Florida State University Athletics Hall of Fame in 1997. As a professional, her team won the first ever Beach Volleyball World Championship