these statistics give an average for the number of assists awarded to a player in each game and a statistic for assist (setting) efficiency. assists are tallied on the aVca or ncaa Worksheet or another appropriate form. the assists per game may be calculated for any player, but its significance is most directly related to setters. there
Volleyball stats offer a (mostly) objective look at player and team performance, and can be vital to helping determine appropriate areas of focus for future training, determining optimal rotations, and providing a broad look at team performance overall. Looking at individual stats can help players understand their strengths and weaknesses, analyze match performance, and in some instances, even help them get recruited.
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Making Volleyball Statistics Simple Keeping Statistics: Attacks Pitfalls * It is NOT an attack if: * There is a bad set * A player passes ball over the net to keep the ball in play * Freeballs * They’re free, SO DO NOT COUNT THEM AS ANYTHING! * Digs to kills * If a dig flies over the net and drops for a point, it is a dig AND a kill
statistical blocks. A block MUST be off an attacked ball and MUST go down for a point. Using bench stats is very often not an accurate way to maintain volleyball stats. To do a rough addition of how the box score will balance out, if Team A def. Team B 25-21, 25-23, 25-20. Team A
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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
This stat is used to measure a team's effectiveness in each rotation; however, it is not very insightful unless the rotation (line-up) remains consistent. A rotation point is awarded each time this player serves and the team wins the rally. A/S: Aces Per Set: The average number of aces per set. Serv % Serving Percentage: Serving Percentage (A/SA = Serv %)
It's calculated by taking the number of serves in play, subtracting the serving errors, and dividing by total attempted serves. For developing teams, this is a perfect stat to get a handle on. An optimal target for a high school team should be a serving percentage above 90 percent with a serving number below two.