Club Volleyball is a commitment and Coaches take attendance each and every practice to ensure that their team is staying loyal and committed. The team participates in up to seven tournaments from December through May, with some being single day and some being two day tournaments.
It really depends on the tournaments available and the goals of the club director. The focus in this kind of club is to be the best, to take on the best teams around the country and to rank nationally. Players in these clubs will have great exposure to be recruited for the next level.
A club volleyball tournament typically consists of Pool Play (first day) and then Bracket Play (second day). Depending on the size of the tournament, Bracket play is either 1) win and move on. Or 2) lose, be the working team for the winners, then go home.
Definition; AA: Division 1 college team or advanced club level player that can compete on a national tournaments A: Elite high school, club, or college level player that can run different offenses (6-2, 5-1), have a great understanding of all positions on the court and can execute all skills with accuracy and power. BB
Volleyball has so many unique terms, statistics, and abbreviations, you can easily get lost in all the vocabulary. Many of the expressions used have multiple meanings and some may be regional meanings or variations in a particular geographic area. The following is an alphabetical list of volleyball terminology and acronyms.
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A defensive play by one or more front-row players meant to intercept a spiked ball. The combination of one, two or three players jumping in front of the opposing spiker and contacting the spiked ball with the hands. Attack Block (Hard Block, Offensive Block) Returning the ball immediately to the attacker's court.
Level AA – Consists of teams with a superior knowledge of the game and rules. Skill levels range from Experienced to Professionally Trained Athletes. All players understand rotational sequence, offensive concepts (i.e., 5-1, 6-2, etc.) and defensive positions and can apply them in competition. Game and player strategies are well understood (i ...