Presentation on theme: "Base Positions When ball is on opponents side of net. Team is ready to pick up over passes or transition to one of 5 defensive sets. LF MF RF/S LB RB/S."— Presentation transcript:
Base Positions When ball is on opponents side of net. Team is ready to pick up over passes or transition to one of 5 defensive sets. LF MF RF/S LB RB/S MB Free Ball Setter releases Hitters drop off net to pass LB and MB cover deep balls and should take 90% of first balls S LF MF RB/F LB MB Left Side Attack MF and RF Block LF and RB pick up tips LB takes hard shots MB has down the line Note: Can move LB deeper Into back corning if hits are high lobs over net to back corner. MF RF LF RB LB MB Middle Attack MF and LF Block LB and RF off net for tips MB slides to left for hard shot RB drops deep for hard shot LF MF RF LB RB MB Right Side Attack MF and LF Block RF and LB pick up tips RB takes hard shots MB has down the line Note: Can move RB deeper into back corner if hits are high lobs over block to back corner. LF MF RF LB RB MB Down Ball MF call down ball and blocks Setter releases LF drops off net for short shot LB, MB and RF or RB pass MF S LF LB MB RB Basic Rotation Defense Hitter
H1 S1 H3 S2 H2 S3 S1 H1 H3 H2 S2 S3 6-3 Serve Receive Rotations Serve Receive Line Up 12 S1 S2 H1 H2 S3 H3 S2 H1 S1 H2 S3 H3 Rotations 3 and 5 basically mimic 1 Rotations 4 and 6 basically mimic 2 Rotation To the right is our serve receive and base Line ups. The rotation is the basic line up that we put on the court. When the other team is serving they will be in serve receive. Once the ball goes over the net they go To base.