DS stands for defensive specialist - a player who specializes in playing in the backrow, or passing
A bic play, or backrow quick, is an attack from behind the ten footline, by the back middle player. The middle goes up like they would for a two ball, but the setter sets the ball over their head for a ten ball by the backrow player.
There is no 10ft line in beach volleyball, but in indoor it is to ensure that the backrow players are attacking from behind it
6 players setter backrow players middle and outside hitters fun :)
ibelive a 5-1 is 1 setter and 5 other players equalling 6 there are outide hitters middle and back backrow a server can serve and there is usually a libero which is a backrow player only usually the most shorttest erson but not always
The function of a libero in volleyball is to play defense in the backrow. These players have to be one of the team's strongest players and need to be able to anticipate the direction and speed of a hit.
a libero is the backrow defense specialist, they are allowed to sub for any backrow player when the ball isn't in play without previous permission from the refs. they wear a different color jersey. they actually sub in for front row hitters who aren't as strong in passing, when they rotate to the back row.
A libero is a person on the team that wears a different colored jersey from everyone else. They don't need to be "officially" subbed in, they just run in and switch. The libero cannot serve the ball and is a backrow player. They can't be in the front row but they are aloud to do a backrow attack. Mostly they are just the teams best passer.
If you cannot get behind the ball, the you should overhand pass. But most likely, if you are in backrow, the ball may be out.
outside hitter middle hitter right side hitter (a.k.a. weak side hitter) setter defensive specialist libero (can only play backrow)
It is a line that is 10 feet from the net. It is a marker for where backrow players can hit from. They cannot cross the plane of the net when they are past the ten foot line
When the blocker touches the net while blocking (called, "in the net"). Some think that a backrow player can come and block, but this NEVER happens unless you are in elementary school playing at a local facility for fun. The reff will notice this and call it, since the reff must know where the setter is at all times for both teams he knows where the players play and if they should be in backrow or not. Players will always notice it too.