I have some serious concerns about the accuracy of the box score stats we see - particularly when it comes to NCAA matches.
For those who might have an interest, here's a presentation I did on home advantage in volleyball for an academic conference.
How important is getting aces to winning in volleyball? More important in the men's game than the women's based on the numbers.
In this episode of the podcast USA Women's Technical Coordinator Jeff Liu provides some DataVolley training for the Medaille coaching staff.
If you've watched a bunch of men's and women's volleyball you know the rallies tend to be longer for the women, but by how much?
My continued research into volleyball statistics and match outcomes turned up an interesting finding. Would love to get your thoughts on it.
Some coaches wonder if they should share stats with their players. A more important consideration is how they use and talk about them.
As coaches we constant pursue improvement. But are we actually measuring improvement when we take stats in practice?