A net foul is when a player from a team hits the net with their hand or arm when blocking the ball or spiking the ball.
putting ur hand over the net
When the ball is on your side of the net you are attempting to set up an attack on the opposite team. This is the offense.
The Term "Assist" in volleyball is when someone hits the ball into the net on your side of the court and a different team mate hits the ball after it falls out of the net. Generally the hit is directed to the opposite side of the net.
A kill is the technical term for a spike/hit that is not dug or passed by the opposing team, meaning it is not returned over the net.
you have to hit the ball over the net and you cant grab or reach over or through the net
Okay, there are about 3 fouls in volleyball: # A carry: when you preform a set, but your arms and palms are facing towards the ceiling. # When your body touches the net # When your foot crosses the serving line
When you are serving, it means it slides over the net
the net height for volleyball is about what
no part of your body can touch the volleyball net