Here’s what that looks like in terms of serve receive. The star is the location of the server. So as you can see, the player who is closest to the origin of the serve is the one who takes the short seam between players.
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More detailed discussions of the 4 person serve-receive patterns will be discussed later in this article. A 3 person serve-receive formation, also commonly known as a “Line” pattern, is the most commonly used serve-receive formation today. It minimizes the number of seams and also allows
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Day 3: Serve Receive Eye-Sequencing Progression (20min) Urge players to call out seams/zones, depth of the volleyball, the actual location of the serve, and who is passing. There should be a ton of communication going on now. Players on the court should be calling: Predicted seam or zone before serve
Jim Stone. Jim Stone shares a few different options for organizing serve receive patterns for the best possible outcome: Best passer has "right of way": In every rotation, you'll designate the best passer to cover the seam. This means your best passer may be covering half of the court, since she can cover both the seam to her left and her right.
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The deep seam pass The passer farther away from the server is responsible for the ball served deep between the two players. Volleyball passing tips for seam passing are particularly important for teams using 2 or 3 person serve receive patterns.
In this video we talk about the importance of organizing seam responsibilities in serve-receive. This is a great foundational starting point for most teams....
One of the most popular offenses in volleyball is the 5-1. That is when you have five hitters (2 outsides, 2 middles, and one right-side hitter) and one setter. The setter plays all the way around and does not get substituted out. While a little over half the game is spent in transition, the other half will be spent in serve receive.
The DS may serve, attack the ball above the height of the net from behind the 10-foot line and set, but, as a back row sub, may not block. Since the DS may serve, it is a particularly effective substituion if the DS has a really great serve.