On-Two: When the player making second contact with the ball decides to play the ball over the net instead of setting up his teammate. Most commonly used by the setter in court volleyball, it is often referred to as “setter dump” or “turn and burn”, but on the beach it is colloquially referred to as “on-two”.
The base is also the best place to defend the setter dump. So if it’s a good pass, your team knows that from the moment the pass is touched until it hits the setter, they should be in base – all the while ready for the transition and then the setters -Dump. Base – to defend the setter dump.
The setter dump is an attack where the setter becomes an offensive threat to score points and distract the opponent’s block and ground defenders.
All signs may point to a back set, but a lone winger in front of the setter can deflect a spike away from the defense and towards the two players behind the setter. If there is a wide open space on the other side, a setter can even play the ball over the net to try and score.
A “gap” or “31” is a 3rd or 4th step internal tempo assigned to the center attacker in the area between the left touchline and the center of the field. “3. Step” means that the attacker is in the third step of her approach while the passer sets the ball. “4th-step” means the attacker is on his fourth step.
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As a back row setter you cannot block or attack the ball or even hit the ball over the net. You cannot jump up to hit the ball if your body is above the top of the net.
What is a pancake? A pancake is when a player presses their hand flat on the ground before the ball hits the exact same spot.
You cannot block, launch an attack from the frontcourt, or attack the ball past the height of the net. Tasks: Replace specific players in the back row. Be prepared to dig an opponent’s attack.
Aces: A serve that goes straight to a point. Hits the opponent’s ground unaffected. When the opponent passes the 1st ball but cannot keep it in play. Answer outside calls. If the receiving team is not in the rotation.
Dump: A surprise attack, usually performed by a front row player to catch the defenses off guard; often performed with the left hand, sometimes with the right, aimed at the donut or area 4 on the court.
A back row setter must not execute a setter dump as this is classified as an attack on the ball prohibited to players in the back court.
What is a legal dump? If the passer comes from the back row, he/she cannot tackle/discard the ball if any part of the ball is COMPLETELY above net level PROVIDED that the passer is in front of or standing/taken off at 10 feet -Line.