its exactly 30 feet... and kenz the 10 ft line is 5 ft away from the net... its called the 10 ft line because thats how far away it is from one 10 ft line to the other. Female7 feet. Male 8 feet. 30 ft to net and 7 ft up is regulation. the service line is 30 feet from the net. hair combs.
The service zone is parallel to the endlines and centerlines of the court and is located behind the end line on each team's court. The endline is also referred to as the "service line" when the team on defense is serving. The service line is the line a player cannot touch or step over while in the act of serving the ball over the net.
serving when they rotate to the designated position. 1 4 3 2 5 6 Here you can see the court split into 6 equal parts - 3 front row players and 3 back row players. Position 1 is the server’s position. When you rotate to that spot, it’s your turn to serve. (Note: you can actually serve from anywhere behind the endline.
Middle and high school players cannot attack the opponent’s serve from in front of, or behind, the attack line if the ball is entirely above the top of the net, according to volleyball rules. University and FIVB players cannot attack the opponent’s service, when the ball is in the front zone and entirely higher than the top of the net.
The servers will stand at the serving line on one side of the court—one at the left and one at the right. On the other side, two targets stand at the net, along the direction of the server. Lastly, two servers would face the targets and stand just inside the serving line. The server will be expected to serve down the ball or towards the sideline.
Serving Order Positions (Floor Positions): Starting from the first server, they are Right Back (RB-1), Middle Back (MB-2), Left Back (LB-3), Left Front (LF-4), Middle Front (MF-5), Right Front (RF-6). Serving order should be (RB-1), (RF-2), (MF-3), (LF-4), (LB 5), (MB-6).
One of the most popular offenses in volleyball is the 6-2. That is when you have six hitters (two outsides, two middles, and two right side hitters) and two setters. The setters get substituted out when they go to the front row, and a right side hitter replaces them. While a little over half the game is spent in transition, the other half will be spent in serve receive.
Libero: Check one: Serve Receive SERVE ORDER PLAYER NO. I II III IV V VI Team: Game . 2 Libero: Check one: Serve Receive SERVE ORDER PLAYER NO. I II III IV V VI Team: Game . 3 Libero: Check one: Serve Receive SERVE ORDER PLAYER NO. I II III IV V VI Team: Game . 4 Libero: Check one: Serve Receive
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