This post looks at some figures about the best and worst places for passers to receive the ball in reception and ponders serving strategy.
Here's a game you can use to work in a competitive way on serving and passing, with seams a big focal point.
When is your team's passing good enough that you should turn your focus to other parts of their play where bigger gains are possible?
This is a competitive serving and passing game variation shared by Giovanni Guidetti that is team vs. team rather than servers vs. passer.
This is a competitive serving and passing game shared by Giovanni Guidetti that is team vs. team rather than servers vs. passer.
Volleyball coaches look at the ratings of opposing team passers to decide who to target with the serve, but that might mask opportunities.
Fellow blogger and coaching legend Jim Stone has some things he's been thinking about. Here I share my views on those subjects.
Expected Sideout Pct is gaining increasing use in volleyball to judge passing performance, but it doesn't always match actual SO Pct.