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.
There are no quarters in a volleyball game. Their called "sets" its a game and you either play best 2 of 3 or 3 of 5.
what is the volleyball lead up game using catching and throwing skills called
The officiating officials in a volleyball game are called referees. The referees stay on the sidelines of the court.
The winner of a volleyball game is the one who beats the other team by at least 2 points.
William G. Morgan invented volleyball, originally called Mintonette.
He is Mr. Alfred Halstead who was preffered to changed mintonette into volley ball. Then after a years, it becomes one word called as VOLLEYBALL
Yes, there is a volleyball variation called Footbag Net. It's played with feet instead of hands. Footbag net combines elements of tennis, badminton and volleyball. Its is either played one on one or in teams of two. Hope I helped :)
There are usually 2 referees in a volleyball game. One is on the stand and one is on the floor.
It depends on how much the teams rally how many games are played and how many time-outs are called. Normally a Varsity volleyball game will last from one hour and a half to two hours.
I'm not quite sure what you're referring to, but there is a flash game called "Ragdoll Volleyball", in which you play 1 on 1 volleyball with ragdoll characters.
Mintonette is the first name of the volleyball...afterwards a man noticed the game and called it volleyball (originally spelled as Volley ball)...
A one-hand save made low to the ground in volleyball is called a dig.
There are 6 players on a regulation volleyball team.
William Morgan invented volleyball in 1895 at the Holyoke, Massachusetts, YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association) where he served as Director of Physical Education. Morgan originally called his new game of Volleyball, Mintonette. The name Volleyball came about after a demonstration game of the sport, when a spectator commented that the game involved much "volleying" and game was renamed Volleyball. from the site http://inventors.about.com/od/uvstartinventions/a/Vollyball.htm
Volleyball was invented by G.Morgan in 1895. The idea for the game was from Badminton. Hence G.Morgan named it mintonette in the beginning.
Usually in volleyball, you have to win 3 games out of 5. So, all of the games combined is a match, but each individual one is called a game. This is correct: "China and USA had a match against each other". This is incorrect: "China and USA had a game against each other". That's incorrect because they didn't have just one game, they had 3 games, which is the same as a match.
A volleyball substitution is when a player (or more than one) leaves the game and is replaced by a player from the bench.
objectives of the game volleyball
William G. Morgan it was originally called "Mintonette"
6 players playing on one team, 12 total playing in the game of volleyball. Also normally on a team their are 12 people like in middle school volleyball. (These people are for subs.)
No one discovdered volleyball. William Morgan invented Mintonette (now called volleyball) in a YMCA in Massachusetts.
Volleyball was introduced as a sport to play indoors at the end of the 19th century. The game was first called Mintonette by its founder, William Morgan.
The game of volleyball originated in the year 1895 in Holyoke, Massachusetts. The game was based off of tennis and handball, it was originally called mintonette and was meant to be less physical then the sport of basketball.