It's when you score on the other team, like serving or anything else.
I serve the ball and it hits the floor on your side of the court. Point for me!
You serve and it and I get the ball to the setter then she sets it to the hitter. The hitter messes up. Point you.
I am assuming that you mean the red and white pole attached to the net, and if the volleyball touches that during the game, the other team would get the point and the ball
They are using the rally point system which mean they can score no matter which side served. They are using the rally point system which mean they can score no matter which side served.
The last point of a volleyball game is called the game point. Simple, huh? In the last game of a match, the game point is called the match point.
When the referee calls "serve out" it means that the serve landed outside of the volleyball court and is therefore out of play. When this happens, the team opposite the server's gets a point and gets to serve ball.
none it is stupid
A point is worth a point, in any game
it is simply the ending score
Do you mean distance hit, height hit, length of time continuous play, total volleys to decide any one point, etc?? What do you mean?
I think you mean spike the volleyball, and yes you can