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1 ANOTHER WAY TO IDENTIFY ALIGNMENTS EOA VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS CLINIC 5 AUGUST 2012 CHRIS LONG

2 REFERENCE NFHS RULE 6 ARTICLE 3 At the moment of serve: (b) All players, including the Libero, shall be in correct serving order. Each right-side player shall have at least part of one foot touching the floor closer to the right sideline than both feet of the …

3 … center player in the corresponding row (except the server and the center back of the serving team). Each left-side player shall have at least part of one foot touching the floor closer to the left sideline that both feet of the center player in the corresponding row. REFERENCE NFHS RULE 6 ARTICLE 3 (cont)

4 Each front row player shall have at least part of one foot touching the floor closer to the center line than both feet of the corresponding back-row player. (c) AFTER the ball is contacted for serve, players may move FROM their respective (service order) positions. REFERENCE NFHS RULE 6 ARTICLE 3 (cont)

5 ARTICLE 3 SIMPLIFIED NO FURTHER FORWARD THAT PERSON IMMEDIATELY IN FRONT NO FURTHER BACK THAN PERSON IMMEDIATELY BEHIND NO FURTHER RIGHT THAN PERSON TO RIGHT NO FURTHER LEFT THAN PERSON TO LEFT

6 SERVING ORDER

7 POSITIONAL RELATIONSHIPS RB RFCFLF LBCB

8 IS IT IMPORTANT ? Purpose –Keep teams from gaining a tactical advantage Other considerations –Administration of the match

9 THE MOST COMMON WAYS MEMORIZING THE SERVICE ORDER –1–1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 –T–Then 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 1 and so on… – Rarely Happens!!! – How about…. 77, 15, 61, 34, 52, 9 CAN USE PLAYER CHARACTERISTICS air: Color, Short, None, Pony Tail, Pig Tails – Wraps, braces, bright / different shoes…

10 THERE IS ANOTHER WAY RECOGNIZE PLAYER POSITIONS UNDERSTAND POSITIONAL ROLES WHY THEY DO WHAT THEY DO HOW THEY END UP OUT OF ALIGNMENT

11 A TEAM IS COMPOSED OF… RULES DEFINE ROLES OF TWO PLAYERS –Libero –Team Captain –Can be the Same Player. REMAING PLAYERS DEFINED ONLY BY SERVICE ORDER

12 A TEAM IS COMPOSED OF… SETTER OUTSIDE HITTER MIDDLE BLOCKER RIGHT SIDE (OPPOSITE / SECOND SETTER OR HITTER) DEFENSIVE SPECIALIST SERVING SPECIALIST LIBERO

13 SO WHAT’S IN A NAME?? S RSMB OH MB

14 IDENTIFYING THE OFFENSE SYSTEM USED TO DIRECT THE BALL TOWARDS OPPONENT’S COURT OFFENSE USUALLY DEFINED BY TWO NUMBERS –First identifies total number of hitters in the offense –Second identifies number of setters in the offense

15 IDENTIFYING THE OFFENSE EXAMPLES INCLUDE 6 – 0 Everyone hits; everyone sets (from MF) 6 – 2 Everyone hits; 2 designated back-row setters who hit when in front row 4 – 2 Four Hitters; 2 designated front-row setters (from MF) 5 – 1 Five Hitters; 1 designated setter (all the way around) Int’l 4 – 2 Front row setters are at the RF Modified 5 – 1 Substitution of setters FR / BR

16 OFFENSIVE “FORMATIONS” SYSTEM TO RECEIVE SERVE AND PUT BALL INTO PLAY USUALLY BASED ON ABILITY OF THE PLAYERS EXAMPLES INCLUDE: –T–The “W” or five person receive –T–The “Cup” or “Stagger” four person receive –T–The “Line” or three person serve receive

17 “W” EXAMPLE RB RFCF LF LB CB

18 “CUP” EXAMPLE RB RFCF LF LB CB

19 “CUP” EXAMPLE 2 RB RFCF LF LB CB

20 “STAGGER” EXAMPLE RB RFCF LF LB CB

21 “STAGGER” EXAMPLE 2 RB CF RF LF LB CB

22 “Line” Example RB RFCF LF LB CB

23 OFFENSIVE “PATTERNS” WITH THE STYLE OF OFFENSE 6 – 0, 4 – 2, 6 – 2, 5 – 1 …. AND THE OFFENSIVE FORMATION “W”, “CUP”, “STAGGER”, “LINE” RECOGNIZE POSITIONAL PLAYERS IN THE ROTATION WHERE THEY NEED TO BE TO FILL THEIR ROLE

24 CONSIDERATIONS SETTER –N–Not receiving serve –P–Penetrating into “Setting Zone” as much as possible –U–Uses second contact to deliver ball to attacker –S–Second setter can be a passer, but not preferred option OUTSIDE HITTER –B–Both OHs usually receive serve –P–Position the front row OH close to attack zone

25 MORE CONSIDERATIONS LIBERO –A–Almost always next best option as a passer –“–“Contrasting” jersey makes them easy to follow DS –A–Another good passing option –U–Usually into back row for OHs having a bad day MIDDLE BLOCKERS –N–Not so much; usually minimize their ball handling

26 BUILDING THE ROTATION START WITH THE SETTER –Already know that opposite player will be “Second Setter” (“Opposite” or “RS”) IDENTIFY PLAYERS ON EITHER SIDE OF SETTER –OH on one side of Setter Other OH will be opposite Maybe a DS in the Back Row –MB on other side of Setter Other MB will be opposite Libero replacement in Back Row

27 BUILDING THE ROTATION OH MBRS OH MB S

28 BUILDING THE ROTATION MB OHRS MB OH S

29 DIRECTING YOUR FOCUS WHERE ARE THE POSITIONAL PLAYERS IN THE ROTATION?? WHO NEEDS TO BE SOMEWHERE AND WHY?? WHAT DO THEY HAVE TO DO TO GET THERE?? WHO IS AROUND TO AFFECT THEIR MOVEMENTS??

30 “W” and Back Row Setter S OHMB RS OH MB

31 “CUP” And Back Row Setter S OHMB RS OH MB

32 “STAGGER” and Back Row Setter S OHMB RS OH MB

33 “LINE” And Back Row Setter S OHMB RS OH LIB

34 “LINE” – Back Row Setter & Stack S OHMB RS OH LIB

35 THINGS THAT WILL HELP R1 AND R2 “INVENTORY” ROTATIONS PRIOR TO BECKON –S–Setter; front row or back?? –W–Who is around the setter; their opposites?? –L–Libero in?? –A–Any FR / BR Subs?? LOOK FOR OTHER CUES –T–The two teams will give you information “Setter’s Dead or Down”; 3 hitters – 7, 13 and 24 “Setter’s Up or Live”; 2 hitters…

36 CREATE A MENTAL PICTURE OF THE CURRENT ROTATION –V–Visualize moving the players around FIND TIME TO DRAW THEM OUT –D–Different people learn differently –D–Drawing the picture is better than looking at the picture LINE UP CARDS –G–Great aid for new officials and the unsure

37 QUESTIONS ??


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