An ace is when Team 1 serves the ball and Team 2 is unable to return it. It hits the floor without anyone on Team 2 touching it.
Incorrect.. The real answer is when one team serves over the net and it cannot be returned regardless of the receiving team touching it or not. :)
a volleyball ace is when a server serves and the ball either hits the floor on the other side, or someone 'shanks it', which means that they give a really bad pass that gives the serving team the point.
An ace in volleyball is when you serve the ball and it hits the ground on the other side with out any one touching it.
An ace is when a ball is served and it either falls to the ground with no one touching it or it is shanked (passed badly on one hit) off of a player.
An ace is when a person from one team served to the opposing side and nobody on the opposing side could bump the ball so the ball drops without anybody bumping it.
An ace is a successful serve that is not passed or returned by the opposing team. Therefore, the team with the serve gains a point.
an ace in volleyball is when one team serves the ball and the other team cant return it. then the team that served the ball gets an ace
it is like a clinic to help people to where the can get an ace in volleyball i think
some are ace ace baby 1 2 3 ace uno dos trice ace A (pop the collar) C (pop the other collar) E (pop both collars) ACE (stomp)
There is no such thing as an ace in softball; you might be thinking of volleyball or tennis.
Ace: Awwwww ACE! YOU GOT SERVED! Kill: AWWW KILL! RELOAD! Block: AWWW BLOCK! ACCESS DENIED!
The server receives an "ace" and the point is awarded to the serving team.
An ace is when the ball is served over the net and the receiving team either doesn't hit it at all, or only hits it once and the ball is not returned back over the net.
Depends on what game you're playing. Usually 1 or 11. (In some games, for example Blackjack, it's both 1 and 11)
When the server serves the ball directly into the opposite side of the court with no player from the other team touching the ball (or they touch the ball but the second pass is unplayable).
You hear these terms in volleyball. An ace is when you sserve the ball and you immediately win the point I think and a dig is a way you can hit the ball. Not sure what "kills" are though.
You can't have an ace when blocking. Aces only happen when someone serves the ball and either a player on the other team cannot touch the ball in any way or touches the ball one time and a teammate cannot get to it and put it back in play therefore there is no way a block can be an ace.