Offense volleyball tactics: The "4 - 1 - 5" play is the play most commonly run by setters and is the easiest offensive play to learn. (Tennessee Journalist) The "Four" is a very high ball delivered to the player in Zone 4.
The 4-2. The 4-2 is the second most basic offense in volleyball. In this offense, there are two designated setters. The one in the front row (S1 in the photo above) sets the ball from the middle of the front row and has one hitter behind and one in front. The two setters are lined up opposite each other.
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Volleyball Offensive Plays: A setter can "run a play" with a series of slow or fast sets. Fast sets are lower to the net, slow sets are higher sets pushed 8 - 10 feet well above the top of the net. This has been an important message by your favorite volleyball coach!
The first volleyball offense to cover is the 4 2 offense. This means that there are 4 hitters and 2 setters on the floor. The two setters will play opposite each other and they will set when they are on the front row leaving two hitters at all times on the front row. This type of offense has it’s limitations.
Emery Herman came to Arizona volleyball to be the setter of the future. After the graduation of Julia Patterson following the 2019-20 season, it was Herman’s job from day one. For a freshman, it...
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In a 5-1 volleyball offense, a team has 1 setter and 5 hitters. The setter sets in every rotation. This is different from a 6-2 offense in that not only does the setter set when playing on the back row, but also across the front row. When the setter is on the front row... Have players pass tighter to the net.
The setter is much like the quarterback in football or the point guard in basketball. They are in charge of the offense. They decide who should get the ball and when. It doesn't matter how good a team's hitters are if it doesn't have a setter that can consistently deliver a good ball to hit. The setter is a critical position in volleyball.
6-2 Serve Receive. Rotations for Running a 6-2 Offense. 6-2 serve receive offensive system is popular because of the many options of how to line up on the court. In a 6-2, you have two setters so it's much easier to adjust the teams line up on the court than when running a 5-1. For example, in a 6-2 volleyball offense, a team has 2 setters and 6 hitters.