An attack in Volleyball is an overhead hit, such as a hit by an Outside or a back row attack.
In volleyball, attack means to hit, or spike the ball.
No, you are not allowed to attack or block a serve in volleyball. If you did, you would give a point to the other team.
It is 10 feet away from the net.
Passing a ball from an attack or spike
Bump, set, then spike.
an attack hit in volley ball is when you spike the ball over and did it right from the attack line aggressively!!
net,sideline,attack line, and baseline
An attack that results in an immediate point or side out.
yes it is
Well.... it scores the points, most of the time.
The front hitters and the ten-foot line
serve, pass, set, attack, block and dig
An attack in volleyball is when a person hits the ball, sometimes called a spiker or hitter. This is when a person hits the ball from the front row or back row. It is like a serve but it is during game play. An attack usually occurs on the third touch of the ball.
An attack is also called a spike or hit. It involves hitting the ball at a downward angle after approaching the net.
The attack line is 10 feet from the center line.
attack line that separates the front court from the back court
the front row can attack anywhere, but the the back row can only hit behind the 10-foot line