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Administrative Slide

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General Scorekeeping Clinic

Rev. 11/10/04


Materials needed
Materials Needed

  • 2 Regular set score sheets- or 1-double set sheet

  • Deciding set score sheet if match play

  • 2 Line-up sheets

  • Libero tracking sheet

  • Rosters (if required for the event)

  • Visual Scoreboard

  • Black or blue pen, pencils and eraser

  • White out tape if you are using all pen

  • Straight edge (ruler) for hour-glasses

  • A watch to enter start and end times


Regular score sheet

Deciding score sheet

Line-up sheet for each team

Libero tracking sheet


Parts of the SCORE SHEET

HEADING (Pen)

TIME AND TEAM INFORMATION (Pen)

Line up (Pen)

Points

Running

Score

Column

Line up (Pen)

Score at ChangeSection

Score at Change Section

Service Round

Section

Service Round

Section

Time

Outs

Total Team Substitutions

SANCTIONS

REMARKS

OFFICIALS SECTION (Pen)

RESULTS (Pen)


Beginning the score sheet
Beginning the Score Sheet

  • As soon as you have completed playing your match and it is your turn to officiate get your pens, pencils, watch, eraser and white out tape

  • Start the Heading and Officials section of the score sheet while you are waiting for the results of the coin toss at the captain’s meeting


Heading and officials sections
Heading and Officials Sections

  • USE PEN

  • USE CAPITAL LETTERS

  • Make sure you complete all Division, Court and Match information for accurate posting of results

  • For the Date use: MM/DD/YY (05/29/04)

  • For the Time use International Time: (1:15 PM would be 13:15)

  • List Officials names: LAST NAME, FIRST NAME

  • (Example on next slides)


Using Pen And CAPITAL LETTERSEnter Heading Information

VOLLEY FESTIVAL

BROOKLYN, IA

COURT 2

BROOKLYN HS GYM

POOL B - MATCH 8

GIRLS

JUNIOR 16’s

MARCH 14, 2004 (03/14/04)

MATCH TIME 2:00 PM (14:00)

VOLLEY FESTIVAL

2

BROOKLYN

IA

8

B

BROOKLYN HS GYM

X

03/14/04

14 00

X

16


Using pen and capital letters enter officials last name first name
Using Pen And CAPITAL LETTERSEnter Officials LAST NAME, FIRST NAME

  • 1st Referee: SAM GOODE

  • 2nd Referee: JESSE SMART

  • Scorekeeper: TAYLOR QUICK

  • Do Not sign until the end of the set.

  • Work Team: NOTHING BUT ACES

  • Region: Iowa

  • Set Number: 1

GOODE, SAM

SMART, JESSE

QUICK, TAYLOR

Do Not sign until the end

IA

NOTHING BUT ACES

1


Results of coin toss

S

R

1

Results of Coin Toss

  • Small Spikers serving on the left

  • Big Blockers receiving on the right

  • Set up the score sheet as if the scoring table is located behind the 2nd referee - - looking at the 1st referee (up ref)

  • Enter the Team Name in Pen and CAPITAL letters

  • X the service circle, of the serving team,

  • X the receive circle, of the receiving team and

  • X the first service round box of the receiving team.

X

X

X

  • (Example on next slide)


VOLLEY FESTIVAL

BROOKLYN IA 2

BROOKLYN HS GYM B 8

X 03/14/04

X 14 00

X

A

B

BIG BLOCKERS

SMALL SPIKERS

X

X

  • Enter the Team Information in Pen and CAPITAL LETTERS.

  • SMALL SPIKERS serving on the left.

  • Put an A in the circle. Small Spikers will be Team A for the whole match.

  • X the service circle,

  • BIG BLOCKERS receiving on the right.

  • Put a B in the circle. Big Blockers will be Team B for the whole match.

    • Xthe receive circle and

    • X the first service round box in the receiving teams’ column I.


Line up sheets
LINE-UP SHEETS

  • Line-up sheets should be turned in 2 minutes before the first Set of the match

  • In the 3 minutes between sets the coach has 2 minutes and 30 seconds to decide on their line-up before it is late

  • When you receive the Line-up Sheets from the coaches or captains look for the following:

    • The floor captain-indicated by a “c” after the number

    • A Libero number if a Libero will be used for the Set

    • The Coach’s or Captain’s signature


LINE-UP SHEETS

14

SMALL SPIKERS

BIG BLOCKERS

8

6c

4

7

5

3c

10

12

2

9

11

1

FLOORCAPTAIN

LIBERO NUMBER

COACH’S SIGNATURE


Once a signed line up is received
Once a Signed LINE-UP is Received

  • Once the line-up is signed and received it may not be changed, unless a regular substitution is made

  • Look for a Libero number when the line-up is received so it may be added at this time if the coach forgot

  • The coach must fill out the line-up for each Set Do Not just use the 1st Set line-up for the 2nd Set


Once a signed line up is received1
Once a Signed LINE-UP is Received

  • Always start entering the line-up with the Player # in box I entered into column I for that team

  • It does not matter if a team is serving or receivingLine-up box I = column I

  • Write the numbers in the left side of the box to allow for substitutions

  • Use Pento enter the line-ups

  • (Example on next slide)


VOLLEY FESTIVAL

BROOKLYN IA 2

BROOKLYN HS GYM B 8

X 03/14/04

X 16 14 00

X

A

B

SMALL SPIKERS

BIG BLOCKERS

14

X

4

6c

8

10

12

2

3c

5

7

9

11

1

X

14

SMALL SPIKERS

BIG BLOCKERS

8

6c

4

7

5

3c

9

1

11

10

12

2


Give the line up to the libero tracker to enter
Give the LINE-UP to the LIBERO TRACKER to enter

14

A

2

14

4

SMALL SPIKERS

6c

8

8

6c

4

10

12

10

12

2


2ND Referee & Scorekeeper DOUBLE CHECK that the Line-up is Entered CORRECTLY

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6c

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10

12

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3c

5

7

9

11

  • Once your line-ups are entered on the score sheet

    • The second referee should verify that you have written them correctly

    • Then the second referee takes the line-up sheets and checks the line-ups on the floor

    • The scorekeeper must also check the line-ups at the same time

    • Make sure the line-ups are entered correctly and that the correct players are in the correct positions on the floor


Entering Start Time

VOLLEY FESTIVAL

BROOKLYN IA 2

BROOKLYN HS GYM B 8

X 03/14/04

X 16 14 00

X

14 14

SMALL SPIKERS

A

B

BIG BLOCKERS

X

4

6c

8

10

12

2

3c

5

7

9

11

1

X

  • The starting time for the Set is when the first referee beckons for service

  • The time is entered in Pen

  • Use International time. Ex: 2 PM = 14:00

  • The Set starts at 2:14 PM. List the start time as (14:14)


Scoring the set
Scoring the Set

  • Pthe number in the upper right corner of service round box for each correct server when they CONTACT the ball for service

  • If it is the wrong server- DO NOT P the number in the service round box. Only enter the Exit Score (Total Team Score) Do not notify the 2nd Referee until after the wrong server has contacted the ball

  • DO NOT Pthe service round box if the server fails to serve in the 8 seconds and a loss of rally is issued without contact of the ball

  • DO NOT P the service round box if a Server tosses a ball and lets it drop

  • DO NOT P the service round box if the last point of the game is scored on a side-out. Just enter the set point as the exit score for the next server

  • For the first rotation P boxes with the number 1. For the second rotation P boxes with the number 2 and so on.

Note: 14 and under are allowed to toss the ball and let it drop one time per service and they are only allowed 5 seconds to serve the ball.


VOLLEY FESTIVAL

BROOKLYN IA 2

BROOKLYN HS GYM B 8

X 03/14/04

X 16 14 00

Ticking the Service Round Box.

X

14 14

B

SMALL SPIKERS

A

BIG BLOCKERS

14

X

4

6c

8

10

12

2

3c

5

7

9

11

1

P

X

Once the Set begins you may use Penor Pencil.

Pthe number 1 for the first server who is Small Spikers #2 when #2 contacts the ball.

Do Not P before they contact the ball, they could have an 8 second violation.

Make a Small P that only covers the number.

X

GOODE, SAM

SMART, JESSE

QUICK, TAYLOR

NOTHING BUT ACES IA

1


Scoring the Set

X

B

14 14

SMALL SPIKERS

A

BIG BLOCKERS

14

X

4

6c

8

10

12

2

3c

5

7

9

11

1

P

X

1

Small Spikers #2 scores a point. Slash point 1 in the points column.

Small Spikers #2 serves again. You do not do anything on the score sheet, but you must visually check that #2 was the server.

Small Spikers #2 serve out of bounds.

At the end of #2’s service enter the EXIT SCORE- (The total team score at the end of the service) in the service round box. Small Spikers have 1 point.

Now slash the loss of rally point for Big Blockers in their Points column.

X

GOODE, SAM

SMART, JESSE

QUICK, TAYLOR

NOTHING BUT ACES IA

1


Scoring the Set

X

B

14 14

SMALL SPIKERS

A

BIG BLOCKERS

14

X

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6c

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10

12

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3c

5

7

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11

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P

P

X

3

1

The server for Big Blockers is # 3c. After they contact the ball for service P the service round box.

Big Blockers #3 scores with an Ace. Slash Point 2.

Big Blockers #3 serves and scores point 3 Slash point 3.

#3 then commits a Foot Fault while serving. Nothing Needs to be recorded for a Foot Fault.

Since the Foot Fault is the end of #3’s service enter the Exit Score of 3.

Now slash the loss of rally point for Small Spikers in their Points column.

X

GOODE, SAM

SMART, JESSE

QUICK, TAYLOR

NOTHING BUT ACES IA

1


Scoring the Set

X

B

SMALL SPIKERS

A

14 14

BIG BLOCKERS

14

X

Continue going back and forth between the two teams. TicP the service box 1 for each player.

Slash all points scored. Record an exit score and a loss of rally point at the end of each player’s term of service.

When you are done with the Service round boxes with the number 1, go to boxes number 2, then 3 and so on.

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4

6c

8

10

12

2

3c

5

7

9

11

1

P

P

X

3

1

GOODE, SAM

SMART, JESSE

QUICK, TAYLOR

NOTHING BUT ACES IA

1


Scoring tips
Scoring Tips

  • If a Play-over is awarded, the scorekeeper records nothing on the scoresheet

  • If A Mind Change occurs, (1st referee reverses a call) erase or white out any changes to the score sheet

  • If you have a mistake on the Pen sections and have no white out tape you may X out the mistake and write the correct information immediately following the X


Scoring tips1
Scoring Tips

  • The Receiving team always starts the 2nd round of service boxes first because they rotate into service.

X

B

SMALL SPIKERS

A

14 14

BIG BLOCKERS

14

X

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P P P P P P

PP P P P

1 3 7 8 9 10

3 7 13 15 19

P


Scoring tips2
Scoring Tips

  • Make sure at the beginning of each service that you have awarded the loss of rally point. NO TWO EXIT SCORES for one team should be the same, they will have earned a loss of rally point

  • Big Blockers # 1 serve their first serve into the net Should the Exit Score be 19?

  • No, the last exit score was 19

  • Side-out point 20 has been missed. Slash 20 and give the Exit score of 20

X

B

SMALL SPIKERS

A

14 14

BIG BLOCKERS

14

X

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6c

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3c

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X

P P P P P P

PP P P P

1 3 7 8 9 10

3 7 13 15 19

P

20


Tracking The Score During A Set

X

14 14

B

SMALL SPIKERS

A

BIG BLOCKERS

14

X

2

4

6c

8

10

12

3c

5

7

9

11

1

  • Big Blockers’ #5 is serving. Their current score is 6.

  • HOW MANY POINTS HAS #5 WON ON THEIR SERVICE?

  • Take the previous exit score of 3 and add 1 for the loss of rally point.

  • The loss of rally point was point 4

  • #5 has served and won points 5 & 6.

  • #5 served 3 times but a replay occurred. As the scorekeeper, you have to remember the Play-over. Play-overs are not recorded on the scoresheet.

P

P

P

P

X

3

1

2

X


Substitutions
SUBSTITUTIONS

  • Each team gets 12 Team Substitutions

  • There is no limit on the number of individual substitutions

  • Once a player is listed in a service column, they may not substitute in any other service column, unless there is an Exceptional Substitution due to injury

  • More than 2 players may be in the same service column, but those players are locked into that service position

  • (Example on next slide)


Recording a substution
Recording A Substution

X

14 14

B

SMALL SPIKERS

A

BIG BLOCKERS

14

X

c

3c

5

7

9

11

4

8

10

12

1

6c

2

18

  • Small Spikers substitute #18 for #6

  • Slash #6 and c - write #18 next to #6

  • The new floor captain will be #10, write a C next to #10

  • Enter the score at time of substitution listing Small Spikers score first, 2-6

  • Slash the total team sub

  • Note: When #6 re-enters they automatically become the floor captain again

2

6

P

P

P

P

X

3

1

2


TIME OUTS

X

14 14

B

SMALL SPIKERS

A

BIG BLOCKERS

14

X

10

c

6c

8

12

2

3c

5

7

9

11

4

18

1

  • Small Spikers takes a time out

  • The score of the team taking the time-out is listed first and then the opponents score: Score 2-6

2

6

P

P

P

P

X

3

1

2

2 6


TIME OUTS

X

14 14

A

B

SMALL SPIKERS

BIG BLOCKERS

14

X

4

8

10

12

c

6c

2

3c

5

7

9

11

18

1

  • Indicate to the Referees how many time-outs have been USED

  • Show 1-finger for Small Spikers on left hand and a fist for zero time-outs used by Big Blockers with the right hand

2

6

P

P

P

P

X

3

1

2

2 6


TIME OUTS

  • Each team gets only 2 time outs per set. No additional team time outs are ever awarded in USAV play

  • During time outs, check that the visual score is correct

  • Check that the number of substitutions matches the total team subs and that the Score at Change entries are complete

  • Time-outs in USAV are 30 seconds long


Sanction box
SANCTION BOX

  • On the bottom left corner of the score sheet is the sanction box. This box is used to record common penalties and wrong servers


Types of penalties in the sanction box

/ A 1 2 3

/ A 1 4 8

D A 1 6 10

7 B 1 12 8

B 1 1810

9

7

Types of Penalties in the Sanction Box

  • IMPROPER REQUESTS

  • TEAM DELAYS WARNINGS

  • TEAM DELAYS PENALTIES

  • INDIVIDUAL PLAYER OR TEAM STAFF PENALTIES

  • WRONG SERVER

Since all Sanctions are for the Match, make the entries on all Set score sheets


Improper request
IMPROPER REQUEST

  • IMPROPER REQUEST - It is improper to request a set interruption: An Improper Request shall be rejected by the first or second Referee

  • The first Improper Request will be issued without a team delay warning or penalty being assessed. Any further interruptions, in the same match will be sanctioned progressively

  • An Improper request shall be recorded on the score sheet and will be in effect for the whole match


Types of improper requests
Types of IMPROPER REQUESTS

  • A Request after the whistle for service

  • Request not by a Captain or Coach

  • Excess Time Out (request for 3rd time out)

  • Excess Team Sub (request 13th team sub)

  • Call for 1 sub and send 2 players. (1st sub is accepted, the 2nd sub is denied and an Improper Request is given)

  • 2nd request for a sub on the same dead ball( A team is granted a sub and then requests another sub)

  • Wrong Position entry. ( Ex: a player subs in position IV and then tries to enter in position III)

  • (Example on next slide)


Recording an improper request
Recording an IMPROPER REQUEST

Small Spikers asks for a Time-Out after the 1st Referee beckons for serve. They are issued an Improper Request.

Small Spikers are Team A. It is Set 1 and the score is Small Spikers 6 and Big Blockers 12.

A

1

6 12

  • Slash the IR.

  • Write A in A/B Team column

  • Write 1 in the Set Column

  • Write the score of 6-12Always list the score of the team committing the Sanction first.


Team delay warnings
TEAM DELAY WARNINGS

  • A TEAM DELAY is any action that delays the resumption of the set

  • A Team Delay Warning shall be recorded under the W (Warning) column in the Sanctions Section

  • A Team Delay will be in effect for the entire match


Types of team delay warnings
Types of TEAM DELAY WARNINGS

  • Second Improper request in the match. Team delay warnings will be in effect for the whole match, not just the set

  • Wearing Jewelryduring warm up or the set

  • Late Line-up submissionTwo minutes before the first set and 30 seconds before the start of subsequent sets in the match

  • Failure to report to end line to start the Set

  • Prolonged Set interruptions- delays after a time-out

  • Unnecessary player delays- throwing ball into the stands, etc.


Types of team delay warnings1
Types of TEAM DELAY WARNINGS

  • Delays making a Substitution(Call for a sub and they are late getting to the line because they need to remove sweats etc..)

  • Requesting an illegal substitution(A player not on roster, an expelled/disqualified player, a player replaced by an exceptional sub in that match)

  • Wrong Libero re-entry(A Libero entry after the serve, the Libero did not sit out one rally, the Libero was replaced by the wrong player)

  • (Example on next slide)


Recording a team delay warning
Recording a TEAM DELAY WARNING

Big Blockers are late returning from a time-out and are issued a Team Delay Warning.

(The1st ref holds a hand to the wrist to indicate a Team Delay Warning.)

Big Blockers are Team B.This is Set 1 and the score is Big Blockers 12 -10.

B

1

12 10

  • Slash the D

  • Write B in A/B Team column

  • Write 1 in the Set Column

  • Write the score of 12-10Always list the score of the team committing the Sanction first.


Team delay penalties
TEAM DELAY PENALTIES

  • A TEAM DELAY PENALTY is issued for any second Team Delay or an Improper Request that happens after the first Team Delay

  • A Team Delay Penalty results in a loss of rally / penalty point

  • Once a Team Delay penalty is issued, it will be in effect for the whole match


TEAM DELAY PENALTY Issued to Big Blockers

  • Big Blockers are issued a Team Delay for having a player on the court with jewelry

  • Since it is the second violation, the1st referee holds a YELLOW CARD to the wrist to indicate a Team Delay Penalty

  • A YELLOW CARD indicates a Penalty Point/loss of rally

  • After entering information in the Sanction Box, you will have to slash and circle a Penalty Point in the running score column

  • (Example on next slide)


Recording a team delay penalty

Small Spikers I Big Blockers

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Recording a TEAM DELAY PENALTY

Big Blockers are Team B. It is Set 2 and the score is Big Blockers 13-16.

D

B

2

13 16

  • Write the D in the Penalty column

  • Write B in A/B Team column

  • Write 2 in the Set Column

  • Write the score of 13-16

  • Slash & Circle Penalty Pt17 for the Small Spikers A Yellow Card is always a penalty point in USAV


Individual player or team staff penalties
Individual Player or Team Staff PENALTIES

  • If a player or team staff is VERBALLY WARNEDnothing is written on the score sheet

  • If a player or Team Staff is given a YELLOW CARD it will be recorded in the Sanction Box and results in a loss of rally/ penalty point(The 1st Referee will hold yellow card in air and identify the player or staff member)

  • Once a player or team staff is issued a penalty sanction, the sanction will be in effect for the whole match

  • (Example on next slide)


Recording an individual penalty

Small Spikers I Big Blockers

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Recording an INDIVIDUAL PENALTY

Small Spikers # 4 gets a Yellow Card. They are Team A. It is Set 1 and the score is Small Spikers 17 - Big Blockers 13.

4

A

1

1713

  • Write the 4 in the Penalty column

  • Write A in A/B Team column

  • Write 1 in the Set Column

  • Write the score of 17-13

  • Slash & Circle Penalty Pt14 for the Big Blockers A Yellow Card is always a penalty point in USAV


Wrong server
WRONG SERVER

  • If the Wrong player serves the ball, DO NOT tell the 2nd Referee until after the ball has been contacted for serve

  • If this is the first serve of the term Do NotPlace a P in the Service round box

  • Enter the Exit Score

  • Record the Wrong Server in the Sanction Box

  • Make sure you give the other team a loss of rally point

  • (Example on next slide)


4

6c

8

10

12

2

3c

5

7

9

11

1

X

14 14

SMALL SPIKERS

A

B

BIG BLOCKERS

X

P

P

X

3

1

Recording a WRONG SERVER

2

2

A

1

2 3

4

  • Write the 2 (who served) / 4 (who should have served) in the WS column

  • Write A in A/B Team column

  • Write 1 in the Set Column

  • Write the score of 2-3

  • Slash Side-out Pt 4 for the Big Blockers. This is not a penalty point. It is just a regular loss of rally point.

Small Spikers #2 served instead of #4.

DO NOT P the service round box. Enter Exit score of 2


Remarks section
REMARKS SECTION

  • Information in the REMARKS section includes these actions:

    • Protests

    • Exceptional Substitutions

    • Expulsion of players or coaching staff

    • Disqualification of players or coaching staff

    • Points cancelled by referee

    • Default Set

    • Forfeit Set


Remarks section1
REMARKS SECTION

  • When writing Remarks include:

    • What happened (Exceptional Sub...)

    • Player number or staff designation

      • If it is an individual sanction, indicate the player # or a letter designation for the coaching staff

      • If it is an exceptional sub (player # for injured #)

    • Team designation (A or B)

    • Set #

    • Score at the time, listing score of the team involved in the remarks first


Recording a protested set in the remarks section
Recording a Protested Setin the REMARKS SECTION

PROTESTS should be handled at the time of protest, if at all possible. If a protest is upheld, the match will be played over from the point of protest.

IF IT IS NOT RESOLVED THE REMARKS SECTION SHOULD CONTAIN:

  • Score of each team

  • Team areas

  • Player serving

  • Relative position of both teams on the court at the time of the protest

  • Team and Player substitutions

  • Libero position

  • Time-outs

  • The Referee’s dictation of the protest

  • Signature of the 1st Referee, both floor captains and scorekeeper


Exceptional substitutions
EXCEPTIONAL SUBSTITUTIONS

  • An injured player that can not resume play after 30 seconds and can not be replaced by a legal sub may be replaced by an EXCEPTIONAL SUB. No penalty will be assessed

  • This Exceptional Sub will not be counted as a team substitution

  • The injured player may not return for the rest of the MATCH


Order of replacement for an injured player
Order of Replacementfor an Injured Player

Use a legal sub first

  • A player who has not entered the set, or

  • By the starter or a sub who has played in that position of the rotation

    If No legal Subs are available use this order for an Exceptional Sub

  • By any substitute on the bench regardless of what position previously played

  • By the Libero (the Libero must change uniform)


Recording an exceptional substitution
Recording an EXCEPTIONAL SUBSTITUTION

In the SCORING SECTION Record:

  • Slash the injured player # and record the # of the Exceptional Sub

  • Enter the Score at Change

  • An Exceptional sub does not count as a team sub

    In the REMARKS SECTION Write:

  • EXAMPLE: EX SUB, #6 FOR #4, A, SET 1, 22-24

  • (Example on next slides)


Recording an exceptional substitution1
Recording an EXCEPTIONAL SUBSTITUTION

X

A

14 14

B

SMALL SPIKERS

BIG BLOCKERS

14

X

c

3c

5

7

9

11

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2

4

6c

18

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10

12

6c

2

2

  • Small Spikers #4 is injured. No legal subs are on the bench. #6 comes in for injured #4 as an EXCEPTIONAL SUB.

  • In Scoring Section:

  • Slash 4 write 6c

  • Slash the C next to 10, #6 will again become Captain

  • Enter Score at Change. 2-8

8

6

P

P

P

P

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Recording an exceptional substitution2
Recording an EXCEPTIONAL SUBSTITUTION

EX SUB,

#6 FOR #4,

A,

SET 1,

2-8

Small Spikers #4 is injured. No legal subs on bench. #6 comes in for injured #4 as an EXCEPTIONAL SUB. Score is Small Spikers 2-8In REMARKS Section USING CAPITAL LETTERS WRITE:

What Happened: EX SUB,

To Whom #6 comes in for injured #4: #6 FOR #4,

Which Team: A,

Which Set: SET 1,

Score listing team involved score first: 2-8


Recording an expulsion of a player or staff in the remarks
Recording an EXPULSIONof a Player or Staff in the REMARKS

EXP,

#9,

B,

SET 2,

8-4

Big Blockers #9 is given a RED CARD = EXPULSION. Set 2 score 8-4. In REMARKS Section USING CAPITAL LETTERS WRITE:

What Happened: EXP,

To Whom: #9,

Which Team: B,

Which Set: SET 2,

Score listing team involved score first: 8-4

EXPELLED Player must sit out rest of Set.

No penalty points assessed.


Recording a disqualified player or staff in the remarks
Recording a DISQUALIFIEDPlayer or Staff in the REMARKS

DQ,

C,

B,

SET 2,

8-10

Big Blockers COACH is given a RED & YELLOW CARD = DISQUALIFICATION. Set 2 score 8-10. In REMARKS Section USING CAPITAL LETTERS WRITE:

What Happened: DQ,

To Whom: C, (C=COACH)

Which Team: B,

Which Set: SET 2,

Score listing team involved score first: 8-10

DISQUALIFIED COACH must leave the bench for the rest of the match.

No penalty points assessed.


Points cancelled by the referee
Points Cancelled by the Referee

EXAMPLES

  • Having an illegal player on the court

  • Wrong server not noticed until they have served points, but before the other team serves

  • Player entry in wrong position and on the court when points are scored

    MIND CHANGE POINTS ARE NOT INCLUDED

  • Mind Change points DO NOT have to be noted in the REMARKS SECTION

  • (Example on next slide)


Recording points cancelled by the referee
RecordingPoints Cancelled by the Referee

CANCELLED POINTS 9-11,

B,

SET 2,

11-15

Big Blockers #4 Served points 9-11 instead of #6. It was discovered before Team A serves. It is Set 2, the score is Big Blockers 11- 15.

In REMARKS Section USING CAPITAL LETTERS Write:

What Happened: CANCELLED POINTS 9-11

Which Team: B,

Which Set: SET 2,

Score listing team involved score first: 11-15

Other actions needed: Erase, white out, or X out points 9-11 Fill out wrong server info in the Sanction box

Give a loss of rally point 16 to Small Spikers


Forfeit
FORFEIT

  • A FORFEIT- is caused by…

    • an Incomplete team at the beginning of set

    • or a team that refuses to play


Recording a forfeit in remarks
Recording a Forfeit in REMARKS

FORFEIT,

B,

SET 1,

0-0,

NOT ENOUGH PLAYERS

LATE BLOOMERS only has 5 players at the start of Set 1. They are team B.

In REMARKS Section USING CAPITAL LETTERS Write:

What Happened: FORFEIT

Which Team: B,

Which Set: SET 1,

Score listing team involved score first: 0-0

Why: NOT ENOUGH PLAYERS

Other actions needed:

Write FORFEIT across scoring section of set 1

Write Winning Team 25 pts, LATE BLOOMERS 0 pts in the Results section

Write Beginning and end times

Late Bloomers have 10 minutes to field a team

  • (Example on next slide)


Forfeit1
FORFEIT

X

08 00

08 00

A

B

EARLY RISERS

LATE COMERS

X

1 2 3 4 5 6

8 2 3 12 5 6

FORFEIT

x

FORFEIT, B, SET 1, 0-0 NOT ENOUGH PLAYERS

SMITH, SAMMY

JONES, JESSE

PENN, SHAWN

BIG BLOCKERS IA

All Pre-game sections of Scoresheet should be completed

Record Start & End Time

Write Forfeit across scoring section

Write Winning & Losing team 25-0

Write Remark as illustrated on last slide

EARLY RISERS 25

LATE BLOOMERS 0

1


Recording a default set
Recording a DEFAULT SET

  • DEFAULT- happens when a team can not continue to play after the Set has started

  • REMARKS: DEFAULT, B, SET 1, 10-21, NOT ENOUGH PLAYERS DUE TO INJURY

  • Write winning team and score of 25 (or whatever is needed to win by 2 points) and the Default team will get all points earned

  • Circle and Slash all points to 25 (or those needed to win) for the non-default team

  • (Example on next slide)


Default
DEFAULT

X

08 00

08 20

EARLY RISERS A

B X LATE COMERS

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0 2 5 7 10

4 10 15 19

SMITH, SAMMY

JONES, JESSE

PENN, SHAWN

BIG BLOCKERS IA

DEFAULT, B, SET 1, 10-21, NOT ENOUGH PLAYERS DUE TO INJURY

Record End Time

Write Remark as illustrated on last slide

Slash & Circle point for other team up to 25

Write Winning & Losing team 25-10

Finish end of Set procedures

EARLY RISERS 25

LATE COMERS 10

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End of set procedure
End of Set Procedure

08 20

08 00

B CHOCO LATE’

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BOOMERS 9 A

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0 2 5 7 10

Write the last Exit score (Note: in this example set point was scored on a loss of rally by B, no tic mark is entered, the only exit score 25)

Switch to Pen

Record End Time

Circle the Last Exit Score of each team

Write Winning & Losing team 25-10

Hour-glass unused points (use ruler)

Check Score sheet for errors

Sign Score sheet

SMITH, SAMMY

JONES, JESSE

PENN, SHAWN

BIG BLOCKERS TX

Shawn Penn

BOOMERS 25

CHOCO LATE’ 10

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Tracking the libero
Tracking the LIBERO

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CHAMPIONS

ALL STARS

8

6c

4

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10c

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23

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15

LIBERO NUMBER

If a line-up sheet is submitted with a Libero listed the Assistant Scorekeeper/ Libero Tracker will have to track the Libero.


Tracking the LIBERO

Assistant Scorekeeper / Libero Tracker should enter the line up of teams having a Libero

A

14

2

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4

CHAMPIONS

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12

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12

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Tracking the libero1

A

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4

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10

12

Tracking the LIBERO

Champions’ Libero replaces #12. Slash #12 and Write L

L


Tracking the libero2

A

14

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4

6c

8

10

12

Tracking the LIBERO

When the Libero leaves the player whose # is slashed before the L must replace the Libero. Champions #12 replaces the Libero. Slash the L and write 12.

The Libero Must sit out one Rally before re-entering the Set.

The assistant scorekeeper should check that the Libero DOES NOT play the front row or serve.

L

12


Tracking the libero3

A

14

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12

Tracking the LIBERO

The Libero Tracker must also track regular substitutions.Champions #18 replaces #9. Slash the 2 and write 18.

Remember that the Libero must always be replaced by the player whose number is listed before the L. A regular substitution can be made right away.

18

L

12



Deciding set score sheet1
Deciding Set Score Sheet

  • FILL IN HEADINGS AND OFFICIALS. Use PenYou may have to write this information at breaks in the Set or at the end of the Set. Make sure you enter Set #3

  • The Team that starts on the left will also be listed on the far right

  • The team starting on the right will be listed in the middle section

  • Champions were Team A in Set 1 so will be Team A for the entire match

  • All Stars will be Team B and will Receive

  • (Example on next slide)


Deciding Set Score Sheet

x

A

B

ALL STARS

B

ALL STARS

CHAMPIONS

x

X

Using Pen enter the following:

The All Stars are receiving on the left and are team B.

X the circled R and X the first service round box.

Write All Stars on the Far Right and write B in the circle.

Champions are on the right side. Enter their name in the middle and write A. X the circled S.


The Line Up for the team starting on the left will also be entered on the far right

ALL STARS B x

XACHAMPIONS

B ALL STARS

18 47 6c 23 2 15

18 47 6c 23 2 15

ALL STARS

6c

47

23

2

15

18


The Line Up for the team starting on the rightwill be entered in the middle

ALL STARS B x

XACHAMPIONS

B ALL STARS

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3 1 14 5c 7 9

18 47 6c 23 2 15

18 47 6c 23 2 15

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CHAMPIONS

1

5c

14

3

9

7


Entering the Beginning Time for aDECIDING SET

ALL STARS B x

XACHAMPIONS

14 34

B ALL STARS

16

3 1 14 5c 7 9

18 47 6c 23 2 15

18 47 6c 23 2 15

X

Champions won Set 2, 25-20, which ended at 2:31 p.m.

Add three minutes to the END time of Set 2 and record this time in the START box for Set 3.

The Time would be 2:34 ( 14:34 ) use pen.


Using a deciding set score sheet for the first 8 or 13 points
Using a Deciding Set Score Sheet forTHE FIRST 8 OR 13 POINTS

  • For the first 8 points of a deciding set in a match the Time-Outs and subs for the team starting on thefar left will also be recorded on the far right

  • If the Deciding Set sheet is used for a 1 set playoff to 25 points the teams will switch sides at 13 points instead of 8 so you will use the left side until point 13 for a 25 point playoff set


For the First 8 (13) PointsSUBSTITUTIONS and TIME OUTSfor the Team on the Left Are Also Recorded on the Far Right

XACHAMPIONS

B ALL STARS

ALL STARSB x

14 34

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18 47 6c 23 2 15

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UPMAN, YUGO

DOWNS, DANI

WRITER, CLARE

NW ACES IA

/ A 3 5 4

3


Changing courts in a deciding set
Changing Courts in aDECIDING SET

  • When the team on the left serves point 8 or point 13 in a playoff set,

  • leave the checked box on the left empty (NO Exit Score - that player is still serving) and

  • put an “X” on the service round box # of that server on the far right.

  • The final exit score for that server will be in the “x” box on the far right.

  • (Example on next slide)


The First Referee Signals for the Teams to CHANGE COURTS

Record All-Stars score (8) in the Points at Chg circlenext to the team name on the far right.

Do Not enter exit score for All Stars #23, they are still serving.

Transfer the last Service Rounds box from the far left to the far right, changing the check mark to a small x for All Stars #23

XACHAMPIONS

16

ALL STARSB x

14 34

B ALL STARS

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14

3 1 14 5c 7 9

18 47 6c 23 2 15

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18 47 6c 23 2 15

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P

P

P P P

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5

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0 4

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Changing courts in a deciding set1
Changing Courts in aDECIDING SET

  • When the team on the right (middle) earns point 8 (13),

  • or the team on the far left earns the point 8 (13) on a loss of rally,

  • Bring over the last action on the left side but use an “X” instead of a P.

  • Enter the last Exit Score.

  • (Example on next slide)


The First Referee Signals for the Teams to CHANGE COURTS

Champions win point 8 on a loss of rally.

Record All-Stars score (7) in the Points at Chg circle next to the team name on the far right.

Transfer the last Service Rounds box & exit score (action) from the far left to the far right,

changing the P to a small x for All Stars #23

16

ALL STARS B x

14 34

BALL STARS

X A CHAMPIONS

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18 47 6c 23 2 15

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P

15

End of Set Procudures forDECIDING SET

XA CHAMPIONS

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14 43

B ALL STARS

ALL STARS B x

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Use Pento complete the remainder of the sheet.

1)Record the time 2:43 PM (14:43)in the END box

2)Circle the last Exit Scores for each team.

3)Draw an hour-glass through the unused points in the Points columns with a ruler. (Do not hourglass the unused points on the far left side of the scoresheet).

4)Record the Winning & Losing Team and their scores in the RESULTS section.

5)Check the scoresheet for errors

6)Sign your name

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1014

0 4

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/ A 3 5 4

UPMAN, YUGO

DOWNS, DANI

WRITER, CLARE

NW ACES IA

Clare Writer

ALL STARS

CHAMPIONS

15

10

3


Quick reference on heading officials sections
Quick Reference onHeading & Officials Sections

  • Use CAPITAL LETTERS and Pen

  • Use International Time (EX: 13:00=1PM)

  • Date should be MM/DD/YY (03/14/04)

  • Make sure all headings are complete

  • List Officials’ Names in CAPITAL LETTERS: LAST NAME, FIRST NAME

  • List team names in CAPITAL LETTERS.

  • 3 Xs - Serve, Receive & 1st service box of receiving teamS R 1

X

X

X


Quick reference on substitutions
Quick Reference on Substitutions

THE THREE ACTIONS FOR A SUBSTITUTION

  • Slash the player #, replace with the sub player # next to the original players number

  • Write the score at the time of substitution (Sub team score first)

  • Slash the team sub


Quick reference on use of pen pencil
Quick Referenceon Use of Pen & Pencil

  • Pen may be used for the whole score sheet if desired

  • Prior to the contact for the first serve use Pen for- Headings, Officials Section, Team Names, 3 “Xs” for S R X, Line-ups and Start Time

  • During Set Play- Pencil may be used for: P, slashing points, exit scores, subs, time-outs, sanctions, remarks

  • After the Last exit score is written switch to PEN for: End Time, Circling final exit scores, Results section, hour-glassing un-used points, and scorekeeper signature


General Scorekeeping Clinic

Thank You for Your Attention


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