When you sprawl out to get the ball and get it up. This could be considered a dig, but a dig is also somewhat like a bump. It's pretty much just when you pass the ball after a hit or serve.
That evolved into two or three descriptions of a dig. The term was used in the 50's for digging a ball spiked in front of you off the beach without the ball touching the beach first. It is not "pretty much just when you pass the ball after a hit or serve".
A dig is when you dive down onto the floor to get the volleyball.
There is no dig in netball. But there is a dig in Volleyball
In volleyball anyone can dig, usually those who dig are passers or severs, not setters. So if you back-row or running a 6-2 passers dig the ball
you slide on your knee pads
It's called a dig.
If I am not wrong it is in rugby Actually I believe it is volleyball
A one-hand save made low to the ground in volleyball is called a dig.
Just remember its a girls sport, and you cant dig these balls!