A volleyball hitter is usually positioned in the front row of the rotation. Also, possibly known as the blocker when playing defense the hitter's job is to jump in front of the opposing team's spike or tip to try and stop it from coming over onto their side of the court. When playing offense the hitter's job is to spike the ball to the other side of the court after it has been set up by the setter.
An outside hitter hits on the far left side of the net. Usually this is your "outlet" hitter meaning if there is a bad pass and the setter can't really make a good set, they set the ball to the outside. The outside hitter will sometimes play back row as well.
Outside is the outside hitter. When a player yells "outside" they want the setter to set the ball outside which is actuall the left front row player. A team may also say outside if the opposing team is spiking the ball and it is their outside player that is spiking it.
Outside hitters or Left side hitters attack from near the left antenna. The outside hitter is usually the most consistent hitter on the team and gets the most sets. Inaccurate first passes usually result in a set to the outside hitter rather than middle or opposite. Since most sets to the outside are high, the outside hitter may take a longer approach, always starting from outside the court sideline. In non-beginners play, there are again two outside hitters on every team in every match.
The player in the front left position. Usually the strongest hitter
Side out means get it together..
setter, outside hitter, middle hitter, right side hitter, libero, defensive specialist
A fake hit in volleyball is when a setter sets the ball to, lets say, the outside hitter, well all players act like they're going to hit it but only the outside hitter hits it.
1. setter 2. outside Hitter 3. Weakside Hitter 4. Middle Hitter 5. Libero
An attack in Volleyball is an overhead hit, such as a hit by an Outside or a back row attack.
MH stand for middle hitter. In the front row, there are 3 players: an outside hitter, middle hitter, and weak side hitter.
Yes, it are two names for the same position
OS stands for Outside Hitter which is also known as the Left Side Hitter. This is usually your most consistent hitter and usually the hitter is right handed.
A setter, middle hitter, outside hitter, left back, right back, and middle back.
There is a middle blocker, who is on the middle in the front row, an outside hitter, generally on the left of the middle blocker, a right-side hitter, on the right of the middle blocker, a setter, who has various positions, another outside hitter, and a defensive specialist, or libero.
-Outside hitters (both front and back) -Setter -Libero -Right side hitter -Middle blocker
The left front position is the outside hitter. The middle front position is the middle hitter. The right front position is the setter.