statistic for setters rather than a true evaluation of the setter's ability. still, there is a high correlation with the assists per game of the team's setter with the hitting efficiency of their team. the nation's leading setters usually come with higher assists averages and play for teams with a powerful offense. Defining an Assist
Volleyball Stats Setter - S. As a volleyball coach or even player or parent, you can track any set of your setter during a game, a set or a training and the results of the spike. You can then...
Low D1/High D2 Setter Physical Measurables: Height: 5'8" - 6'0" Stats: 9’4” Approach Jump; Coach Keys: National club level experience
Making Volleyball Statistics Simple Keeping Statistics: Attacks What is hitting percentage? * Answer: (kills –errors)/total attacks: (K-E / TA) * Note that if a player has more errors than kills, this will be a negative number * Example: Sarah Smith has 20 kills, 5 errors and 60 total attacks. Her hitting percentage would be .250
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Learn all about volleyball substitutions in this article. TA – Total Attempts – This is a statistic that tracks the total number of attack attempts. This should equal all kills, plus errors, plus “0” attacks. So K+E+0=TA. Target – In volleyball, a target is a place the passer or setter is imagining that they intend to send the ball. So the passer is attempting to send their pass to the setter and the specific area on the court where the setter is supposed to be is their target.
Division 1. Average height of college volleyball player: 6’0”. Average height range: 53% of players 6’0” and over. Club experience: Open-level playing experience. Division 2. Average volleyball player height: 5’10”. Average height range: 19.8% of athletes are 6’0” and taller; 61% of athletes are between 5’9” and 5’11”.
Volleyball statistics are more commonly recorded at higher levels of play such as Collegiate or Professional games. However it is still good practice to understand exactly how and why we record statistics in the first place. Volleyball statistics are used to record, track and measure a number of different factors such as; Number of Aces