The umpire assists the referee.
The 2nd referee assists the 1st referee.
NCAA Division I college volleyball referee's earned $200 per event. Most college volleyball reveries do not have an annual contract.
you have to play the game or get voted to be the referee. or just try out for it
The referee in Volleyball has the final say on out/in. They have 25 hand signals at the ready to make the most accurate decision when in a Volleyball game. There is the 1st Referee, 2nd Referee and the Linesmen which contribute to the decision whether it's in or out.
The referee's whistle.
it varies depending on the height of the referee. The referee must be about 1metre above the net.
Volleyball net, volleyball, referee, knee pads, sneakers, shorts, air compresser (optional, it's to put the air in the volleyballs)
the person who officiates the game wihich is the referee
Yes. One referee. Two line judges.
he does the same as other referees in other sports
a umpire is in baseball and a referee is in other sports such as football (american), Soccer, volleyball etc..,
The umpire assists the referee. If you need two people( like I do... :D ), I don't know the second person.
run around the court and hit the ball
A vollyball, players, referee, vollyball net, and scoreboard
there are 2 refs and 2 line watchers
umpire scorer referee
The linesmen are officials in Volleyball games. They stay on the edge on the court and assist the 1st referee on in/out calls.
There are 4 reffs in volleyball in no order there is an up refa down ref and 2 line refs who stand on opposite corners
A chief official for volleyball is a referee. There are also line judges that watch two of the outside boundaries for in sand out of bounds balls.
There's a referee, who stands on the high platform. Then and umpire who stands on the ground across from the referee. And then two linesmen who call out or in.