No that is illegal.
It is called a serve receive.
It is when the ball touches the net on a serve, but still goes over, in-bounds.
When the serve or hit is coming from the other teams side of the court. That's why your serve receive defence is called "serve" receive, your receiving the serve.
The other team gets the ball and a point.
In indoor volleyball, no person can double hit the volleyball unless the middle (blocker) hit the ball after a block.
If you serve the ball, and nobody touches it on the opposing team, it is called an "ace".
Sideout means that the team receiving the serve is getting the ball back in their possession.
backcourt? when you play in the back of the court when your in serve recieve you know... theyre serving, your receiving...
to bump set and spike it back to the opposite team ,kill the ball.
isn't it called screening?
A linesman calls the ball in and out. He also watches for foot faults on the serve, touches, and out of bounds on the antennae.