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Beginner Volleyball

Ace A serve that hits the floor in bounds, is shanked or cannot be handled by the receiving team, immediately resulting in a point for the serving team.
Antenna Fiberglass or plastic rod secured to the net on both sides as an extension of the sideline. The ball must cross the net inside the two antennas.
Block An attempt to stop an opponent’s attack by putting up two straight arms in front of him/her.
Dig Preventing an attack from hitting the floor by passing it so that it is retrievable by a teammate.
Attack A ball hit by a jumping hitter in the front or back row which attempts the ball across the net and into the opponent’s court.
Libero A defensive specialist position added to the game in 2001. This player wears a different shirt than his/her teammates and plays only in the back row.
Serve The act of putting the ball in play by standing behind the back line and hitting it over the net with an overhand or underhand motion.
Pass A skill which allows a player to transport the ball to another place by using his forearms or hands. Also see overhand pass and underhand pass.
Kill An attack that is put on the floor on your opponent’s court or is not able to be retrieved, resulting in a point.
Spike An attack, also known as a hit.
Created by: hetking