Sideout means that the team receiving the serve is getting the ball back in their possession.
The meaning of a sideout is when the opposing team has the serve has the serve, and you win the point and get the serve.
To "sideout" means to hit it out of bounds on a serve.
The word "sideout" is used in volleyball. It is a word, and it means to take back possession of the ball is the other team is serving. For example, if team A is serving, players on team B will say, "sideout" to tell their teammates that the team needs to win the point and take back possession of the ball.
A side-out in volleyball is just another way of saying get the ball back. So if you hear girls screaming side-out when they don't have the ball its just to encourage the team to get the ball back :)
It means you want the ball back from the team that is serving at you. IN other words, you want the ball back so your team can serve.
not necessarily. When a player makes a good dig from a spike, usually a libero (middle back row), they play out the point. A sideout is when the team who is receiving the serve gets the point and the opportunity to serve.
Side out scoring is a term used in volleyball to state that a point can be earned only by the team that is serving. This rule was in place until 1998 when it switched to rally scoring.
Rules for volleyball change every year, but some of the major changes include the score that the game is played to changed. Also, way back when if you didn't serve and recived the ball or got a sideout then you would not get a point and just get the serve.
Yes, Volleyball is played with rally scoring rather than sideout scoring so either team can gain a point at any time.
Number of points earned in serve receive divided by number of serve receive attempts. Basically the percentage of receive attempts that you successfully sideout. Your team's serve receive attempts should be equal to your opponent's serve attempts.