when a foul is committed in volleyball that team/side losses that point and gives the other side the serve.
If you are really committed and good at volleyball you can get scholarships to big volleyball schools like UCLA or USC. If you are not as committed but still really good you can play at a smaller volleyball school such as Notre Dame or Cal state. Just remember if you want to get seen by a college you have to play club,people who look for good volleyball players always see clubs instead of high school players.
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you play the whistle; the ref has the last word. You can ask for a time out, and then talk to your ref, but if it's a good ref and they don't call it then it usually doesn't count.
A.Hand Spike or strong spike is expected to push back the blocking hands or cause the ball to go out of control after hitting the blocking hands. B.Soft spike-the ball rolls off the hands to the body of the blockers so that faults are committed.
In volleyball, a lift, or carry, is when a player sets the ball in a way that they catch it before releasing it again. Usually when a ball spins out of a player's hands it indicates they have carried the ball, resulting in the end of a play. A foot fault is when a player steps under the net. Depending on the organization and rules, sometimes, to be a foot fault, the player must simply step on the line, but sometimes, a player must step all the way over the line. Also, a foot fault is committed when a player steps over the endline before releasing the ball on a serve.
Before a set begins, the players are put in a certain order based on their position on the court. Though they can move anywhere once the ball is served, the players must be in this order beforehand. If the referee or scorekeeper notices that the players have gone out of rotation, an automatic time out is called on the team, and the players must be put back in the proper order.
"Playing the advantage" in Association football (soccer) is where a foul has been committed but instead of the Referee awarding a free kick, play is allowed to continued if the Referee perceives this would be advantageous to the team which the foul was committed against. Having played the advantage the Referee can still "call back play" if the perceived advantaged does not materialise as he anticipated.
It's otherwise called the advantage law in soccer. A clause in the law that allows the referee to refrain from stopping play for a foul if a stoppage would benefit the team that committed the violation.
If a foul is committed the referee may elect to play the advantage by letting play continue for a short while. If, in the opinion of the referee, the advantage is realized then the offense is ignored and play will continue. If not, then the referee should stop play for the original offense and restart the match in the appropriate way.
the advantages are that people who have committed a crime will be put away or they will get told of and will have a criminal recod and will get in trouble for what hey have done
The referee or assistant has seen an offense committed by the defending team (the team without the ball) The referee will allow play to continue to give the attacking team (the one with the ball) an advantage , basically to use the ball effectively where the offence has in part stopped that happening. If there is no advantage seen the game is stopped and a penalty for the offence is awarded where the original offence took place