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.
If you serve the ball, and nobody touches it on the opposing team, it is called an "ace".
You receive a serve when the opposing team is serving and when the ball is served over the net, you get the first pass/set of that point.
when the opposing team misses the ball, hits the ball into the net, misses the serve, or hits it out of bounds.
Then the ball is announced dead and the opposing team gets a point and the serve.
Volleyball: "Break it!" (short for 'break the serve.' Which is to score a point against the opposing team so they will not serve over and over again. ) "Side Out!" (means to get the ball back, so your team can serve.)
The server has only 8 seconds to serve. If the server has not served within 8 seconds the referee will award the point to the opposing team for delay.
No, you CANT step over the serving line when you serve in volleyball. The "ref" on the side of the court, on the stand, will call it, and give a point to the opposing team. Usually the line judge should call it....
they serve again
In volleyball when does the team rotate
Receiving means to have the ball served to you (the start of the whole play).
Thecourtesies of volleyball are rolling the ball under the net when giving the ball to the other team, shaking the hands of the opposing team and ref(s) before and after the game. Celebrating points should be not through the net at the other team, but instead directed at your own team. When the opposing team is serving only one person on your team can make a verbal notion that the serve is underway (for jump serves especially).