~Since I was on a volleyball team (my middle school year) I can tell you what a foul in volleyball is. A foul in volleyball is a violation or breaking a rule in volleyball.~
Volleyball was first known as Mintonette.
Volleyball was first played in 1896.
St. Benedict of Nursia wrote a rule book for monasteries, The Rule of Saint Benedict.
Volleyball was originally called mintonette.
putting ur hand over the net
1964 for indoor volleyball and 1996 for beach volleyball.
The first person to play volleyball was William Morgan, and his daughters.
First african american to play volleyball?
well, first off the rules are basically the same: 3 touches, line's in, the '2-ball' rule w/the setter is still the same. its more, what's different?:
In 1895, volleyball was first invented.
The first exhibition match of volleyball was played in 1896 at the YMCA in Springfield, Massachusetts.
the first Filipino played volleyball in the Philippines is Tero HakaSe...
There is none, they are all just as important as the other ones.
A dead ball in volleyball is any ball that touches the floor or violates a rule, resulting in an end of the play.
Volleyball and judo were first introduced into the Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, in 1964.
The first volleyball game was played in 1895 and was probably played afew days after William G. Morgan invented the volleyball in Holyoke, Massachusetts