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The libero

THE

LIBERO

Version 21 Aug 13, 2013


The libero

An interactive MS Office PowerPoint presentation developed by Dan Lawless and revised by Tom Craig, TASO VB, District 4 Director and President, Heart of Texas Chapter.This presentation is best viewed using MS Power Point 2007 but can be viewed with earlier versions of PP. Some of the animation may not work with older versions of PP.To advance the presentation, click the mouse button once to advance to the next item in the presentation at your own pace.This presentation is available on the HOT chapter web site @ www.hot-vb.com


Version 21 changes

Version 21 Changes

  • Made corrections to slides 69 - 75, there was an error in the substitution on the number of the player going back in.

  • Added slide 77-78 to address the 2013-2014 added responsibility for the libero tracker. During a TO, they are now required to report the status (in or out of the current set) of each team’s libero to the R2.


The libero

THE LIBERO

- Pronounced: lee-bear-o (correct) Li-bear-o (also correct)

- From the Italian word for “free”


Rule 4 section 2 article 2 legal uniform

RULE 4 SECTION 2 ARTICLE 2, LEGAL UNIFORM

  • The libero must wear a uniform top that is immediately recognized from all angles as being in clear contrast to and distinct from the other members of the team.

  • The primary color of the libero’s uniform top must be different from any color that appears on more than 25% of the body of teammates uniform tops.


Team uniform

TEAM UNIFORM

What is 25 %, it equals one quarter of the shirt.

8

8

FRONT

25 % green

25 % yellow

BACK

50 % green

So this team jersey is 25 % yellow and 75 % green ?

The libero jersey cannot be green or yellow.


Libero uniform

LIBERO UNIFORM

  • In determining the body of the uniforms, the sleeves and collar should be ignored.

  • The libero uniform must have a legal number.

  • The style and trim of the libero’s uniform TOP may differ from her teammates’ but, the SHORTS must be like-colored to teammates.


Libero uniform1

8

LIBERO UNIFORM

In determining the body of the uniforms, the sleeves and collar (in white) should be ignored.

Shorts must be like- colored to teammates.


Contrasting colors

CONTRASTING COLORS

or ILLEGAL

LEGAL


Contrasting colors1

CONTRASTING COLORS

or ILLEGAL

LEGAL


Contrasting colors2

CONTRASTING COLORS

LEGAL or

ILLEGAL


Contrasting collors

CONTRASTING COLLORS

LEGAL or

ILLEGAL


Contrasting colors3

CONTRASTING COLORS

ILLEGAL

LEGAL or


The libero

This picture shows a libero top (red) that is CLEARLY contrasting from the teams uniform tops (white).


The libero

This picture shows a libero top (red) that is CLEARLY contrasting from the team uniform tops (black).


The libero

Another libero top (R, W, B) that is CLEARLY contrasting from the team uniform tops (orange).


Rule 6 3 2

RULE 6.3.2

The libero is a back-row player who is a defensive specialist . Only one libero may be designated per set. The libero when used:

a. Must be designated on the lineup sheet prior to each set.

b. May be the team captain.

c. May be used as an exceptional substitution for an injured player if no other legal subs are available.

  • Shall not replace a disqualified teammate.

  • Shall be allowed to serve in only one position in the serving order.


Rule 9 5 6

RULE 9.5.6

A libero shall not:

  • Complete an attack from anywhere, if at the moment of contact, the ball is entirely above the height of the net, Situations 1 - 3.

  • Set the ball using overhand finger action while on or in front of the attack line extended, resulting in a completed attack above the height of the net, Situation 4.

  • Block or attempt to block.

  • Rotate to the front row.


The libero

LIBERO SITUATION - 1

There is a libero attack and this diagram shows the position of the ball at the moment of contact, the ball crosses the net untouched.

2

4

3

OK

OK

NET

1

OK

5

Which attacks are legal ?

1, 3, 5

9.5.6. a. A libero shall not complete an attack from anywhere if, at the moment of contact, the ball is entirely above the height of the net.

Which attacks are NOT legal ?

2 , 4


The libero

LIBERO SITUATION - 2

It DOES NOT matter where the libero is on the court.

The Libero attacks the ball to the other court from anywhere on the court and she contacts the ball above the top of the net .

WHISTLE

Here we go

It only matters WHERE the libero contacts the ball. In this case the contact is above the top of the net.

Called when the ball completely crosses the plane of the net.

LIBERO

LEGAL or

ILLEGAL

SIGNAL # 8


The libero

LIBERO SITUATION - 3

The Libero attacks the ball to the other court from anywhere on the court and she contacts the ball below the top of the net .

It DOES NOT matter where the libero is on the court.

It only matters WHERE the libero contacts the ball, above or below the top of the net.

Here we go

LIBERO

or ILLEGAL

LEGAL

PLAY ON


The libero

Team Bench

Scorer’s Table

Team Bench

The libero cannot set the ball with overhand finger action while in front of the attack line resulting in a completed attack above the height of the net. One foot on the attack line makes her in the front zone.

Front

Front


The libero

LIBERO SITUATION - 4

Green team FR setter sees the pass is too close to the net to set, so she dumps it over, with contact that is above the top of the net.

Here we go

The Libero passes the ball to the FR setter using overhand finger action, she is in front of the attack line, it is a bad pass.

LEGAL

WHISTLE

or

ILLEGAL

ILLEGAL BR ATTACK on green

Called when the ball completely crosses the plane of the net.

SIGNAL # 8 then point at the Libero

FRONT ROW SETTER

LIBERO

ATTACK LINE


Libero situation 4

LIBERO SITUATION - 4

  • In the previous situation, when the libero is in front of the attack line and contacts the ball with overhand finger action.

  • It DOES NOT matter WHERE the Libero contacts the ball (above or below the top of the net).

  • It only matters HOW they contact the ball, restrictions ONLY apply if the Libero contacts the ball using overhead finger action.


Rule 10 4 libero replacement

RULE 10.4 LIBERO REPLACEMENT

ARTICLE 1

a. The libero designated on the lineup for that game is allowed to replace any player in a back-row position. The libero may only serve in one position in the service order.

  • The libero may only be replaced by the player he/she replaced.

  • One libero replacement may be exercised per dead ball unless the libero is replacing the player in the right back position and will serve next in the rally.


Rule 10 4 libero replacment

RULE 10.4 LIBERO REPLACMENT

ARTICLE 1 (Continued)

  • Libero replacements do not count as substitutions and are unlimited.

  • A libero replacement must take place between the attack line and the end-line in front of that team’s bench.

  • A libero replacement must be completed during a dead ball prior to the whistle and signal for serve.


Zones for libero replacements

Scorer’s Table

Team Bench

Team Bench

ZONES FOR LIBERO REPLACEMENTS

SUBSTITUTION ZONE

REPLACEMENT ZONE


The libero

RULE 10.4.4

LIBERO REDESIGNATIONS

AND DISQUALIFICATIONS


Rule 10 4 4 a injury substitution

RULE 10.4.4.a. INJURY SUBSTITUTION

If the libero is injured and cannot continue play, she must first be replaced by the player whom she replaced . A new libero may then be redesignated using the following criteria:


The libero

Rule 10.4.4

LIBERO REDESIGNATIONS

  • Redesignation does not need to occur immediately after the injury and replacement, but may occur at the discretion of the coach(es).

  • Any substitute may be designated as libero for the injured libero. The injured libero may not play in the remainder of that game.

  • The player redesignated as the libero must wear a libero uniform and must remain the libero for the remainder of the game. The redesignated libero’s uniform must have a unique number (not worn by any teammate).


Injured libero redesignation

INJURED LIBERO REDESIGNATION

  • The designated libero # 2 gets injured.

  • The player she replaced # 12 comes in right away.

  • The new libero jersey is # 99, no other player has. this number and it is not on the roster.

  • The coach wants # 51 to be the new libero.

  • # 51 can go to the locker room and put on the. # 99 libero jersey and then enter the match.

  • Because this is an injured libero replacement, # 51 can wear a libero jersey with a # different from her regular jersey #, with no penalty, add # 99.


Injured libero clarifications

INJURED LIBERO CLARIFICATIONS

  • If a team has only 1 libero jersey, it IS NOTlegal for different players to use that same jersey with the same number from game to game.

  • Again if a team has only 1 libero jersey, and the libero gets injured, it IS NOTlegal for the libero to swap jerseys with another player so she can be the new libero.


Rule 10 4 4 b exceptional substitution

RULE 10.4.4.b. EXCEPTIONAL SUBSTITUTION

The libero may be used as an exceptional substitution for another injured player if no other possible substitue exists. When no longer playing as a libero, that player must wear the same uniform as the teammates and the team continues play with no liibero.


Rule 10 4 4 c disqualification substitution

RULE 10.4.4.c. DISQUALIFICATION SUBSTITUTION

The libero may NOT be used as a substitute for an expelled or disqualified teammate.


Rule 10 4 4 d libero disqualification

Rule 10.4.4.d. LIBERO DISQUALIFICATION

If the libero is disqualified while playing, she must be replaced by the player whom she replaced.

The team continues play with no libero player.


Rule 10 4 5 a libero replacement is illegal when

RULE 10.4.5, A LIBERO REPLACEMENT IS ILLEGAL WHEN

  • The libero or the replacement is in the game without following the required replacement procedure.

  • The libero or replacement is not listed on the roster.

  • A libero other than the libero designated on the lineup for that game replaces a player on the floor.


Penalty for illegal libero replacements rule 10 4 penalties

PENALTY FOR ILLEGAL LIBERO REPLACEMENTS RULE 10.4, PENALTIES

  • Unnecessary delay is charged to the offending team when an illegal libero replacement takes place prior to the whistle/signal for serve. If identified after whistle/signal for serve, illegal alignment results (loss of rally/point). In all cases, the illegal libero must enter legally or be replaced by a legal player.

  • For the serving team, any points known to have been scored during a term of service in which an illegal libero is discovered in the game, shall be cancelled.


Ppenalty for illegal libero replacements rule 10 4 penalties

PPENALTY FOR ILLEGAL LIBERO REPLACEMENTSRULE 10.4, PENALTIES

3. For the receiving team prior to the contact of the serve by the opposing team, all points earned during the previous term of service by the violating team while the illegal libero was in the game, shall be cancelled.

4. After the score has alternated and the first serve is contacted, there shall be no cancellation of points.


Penalty for illegal libero replacements rule 10 4 penalties1

PENALTY FOR ILLEGAL LIBERO REPLACEMENTS RULE 10.4, PENALTIES

  • Uneccesary delay is charged to the offending team when an illegal libero replacement takes place prior to the whistle/signal for serve.

  • Illegal Alignment is charged to the offending team when an illegal libero replacement takes place after the whistle/signal for serve.

  • In all cases, the illegal libero must enter legally or be replaced by a legal player.


Rule 10 4 6 libero serving

RULE 10.4.6 LIBERO SERVING

  • The libero will be allowed to serve in one position in the rotation. (I, II, III, IV, V, VI)

  • When in the game already and moving to serve, the libero is not required to leave the playing area or be out of the game for one rally/dead ball before replacing the player in the right back position, the next server. This is called the double replacement.


The libero

THE DOUBLE REPLACEMENT

In this example the Libero HAS NOT served yet.

HERE WE GO

Net

10

22

14

The Libero replaced # 36

36

8

4

26c

SUB

AT NORMAL SPEED


The libero

THE DOUBLE REPLACEMENT

In this example the Libero HAS NOT served yet.

HERE WE GO, one step at a time

The Libero replaced # 36

Net

10

22

14

36

8

4

26c

SUB

SAME SITUATION


The double replacement

THE DOUBLE REPLACEMENT

TEAM:

L:

2

BLUE - C C

GAME

SO

S P

14

L

I

1

10

I I

I I I

22

36

36

I V

L

V

8

26c

V I

“36 back in for the libero.”

Here’s all that needs to be said by the time keeper who should be narrating the game.

“The Libero replaces 14 to serve.”


Libero tracking

LIBERO TRACKING

  • HELPFUL HINT

  • There are usually 2 lines or positions between the 2 positions where a Libero comes in, these players are opposites.

  • This could be different but it is not very often.

  • This is the most common replacement procedure for a Libero to keep them in the game the most time.


Libero tracking1

LIBERO TRACKING

TEAM:

L:

4

BLUE – C C

GAME

SO

S P

L

14

I

1

10

1

I I

I I I

2

22

36

I V

L

36

1

V

8

2

V I

26c

Notice there are 2 positions between the 2 positions ( I and IV) where the Libero has been in the game


The libero tracker lt no longer the assistant scorekeeper changed in 2008

THELIBEROTRACKER (LT)No longer the assistant scorekeeper, changed in 2008.


The libero tracker

THE LIBERO TRACKER

  • An individual other than the scorekeeper should be provided to track the libero replacements, this could be the timer if a 3rd person is not available.

  • Their first duty is to ensure that once the libero is replaced, at least one rally (live ball & dead ball) takes place before the libero replaces another player. The LT SHOULD NOT mark 2 “L’s” on the LT sheet at the same time, w/o a live ball in between.


Libero tracker

LIBERO TRACKER

  • Their second duty is to ensure that, when leaving the court, the libero is replaced by the same player that she replaced when she entered the game.

  • The same number SHOULD BE on both sides of the “L” on the libero tracker sheet.

  • If not, the LT should tell the clock operator to hit the horn or notify the R2.

  • Can the Libero come in for more than 2 players ?

  • YES, it is possible, but you don’t see it very often.


The libero can replace any back row player lb cb rb

The Libero can replace any back row player (LB, CB, RB).

Net

Net

22

10

14

4

8

36

26c

LB CB RB


Libero tracking2

LIBERO TRACKING

  • At this point in the presentation, get out a libero tracking sheet and fill it in as each slide is presented to give you practice in libero tracking.

  • It is an R2 responsibility to supervise the LT during a match and new for 2009, the R2 has the responsibility to manage illegal libero replacements.


Libero tracking3

LIBERO TRACKING

  • How does the R2 MANAGE illegal replacements ?

  • By watching for them and calling them if a violation occurs.

    • Watch for Libero movement.

    • Depend on your Libero tracker.

    • Mark where the Libero serves.

    • Pause and tell the table “Double

      Replacement.”


Entering players numbers

ENTERING PLAYERS NUMBERS

The libero tracker enters the players numbers in service order (I, II, III, IV, V, VI) on the libero tracking sheet from the lineup turned in by the coach and then checks this is the same order the scorekeeper has written on the official scoresheet.


Libero tracking4

LIBERO TRACKING

4

TEAM:

L:

BLUE – C. COVE

GAME

SO

S P

14

I

1

10

I I

22

I I I

36

I V

8

V

26c

V I


The libero

Blue has just served and lost the rally, the Libero replaces # 26

Net

22

10

14

4

36

8

26c


Libero tracking5

LIBERO TRACKING

TEAM:

L:

4

BLUE - C. COVE

GAME

SO

S P

14

I

1

10

I I

I I I

22

36

I V

8

V

26c

V I

L


The libero

The Libero rotates to middle back.

Net

36

22

10

26

8

4

14


The libero

The Libero rotates to left back.

Net

8

36

22

26

4

14

10


The libero

The Libero must now be replaced before she rotates to the front row.

The Net

8

36

22

26

4

14

10


Libero tracking6

LIBERO TRACKING

TEAM:

L:

4

BLUE - C. COVE

GAME

SO

S P

14

I

1

10

I I

I I I

22

36

I V

8

V

26c

V I

L

26


The libero

After 1 rally (dead ball + live ball) the Libero can now replace another back row player such as # 22.

The Net

36

26

8

14

10

22

4


The libero

Here’s another example of a Libero replacement; #12 substitutes for # 22 to serve.

Net

36

26

8

12

14

10

22

4


Substitutes must be tracked on the libero tracking sheet

TEAM:

L:

4

BLUE – C. COVE

GAME

SO

S P

14

I

1

10

I I

I I I

22

36

I V

8

V

26c

V I

Substitutes must be tracked on the libero tracking sheet.

12

L

26


The libero

After #12 serves, the libero replaces her.

The Net

36

26

8

22

14

10

12

4


12 is slashed out and an l for libero is entered next to 12

12 is slashed out and an L (for libero) is entered next to #12.

4

TEAM:

L:

BLUE – C. COVE

GAME

SO

S P

14

I

1

10

I I

I I I

22

12

L

36

I V

8

V

26c

V I

L

26


The libero

The libero now rotates through the back row.

The Net

26

8

36

22

4

14

10

12


The libero

The libero now rotates through the back row.

Net

26

8

14

22

4

12

10

36


The libero

It is now time for the libero to come out but the coach wants # 22 back on the front row.

Net

10

14

26

22

4

36

8

12


The libero

First the libero must be replaced by the player she replaced, # 12.

The Net

10

26

14

22

4

36

8

12


The libero

The L is slashed and then #12 is entered on the sheet, in the same position in the service order (III) after the L.

TEAM:

L:

4

BLUE - C. COVE

GAME

SO

S P

14

I

1

10

I I

I I I

22

12

L

12

36

I V

8

V

V I

L

26

26c


The libero

Now the coach subs # 22 for # 12.

The Net

22

12

10

14

36

8

26

4


The libero

TEAM:

L:

4

BLUE - C. COVE

GAME

SO

S P

14

I

1

10

I I

I I I

22

36

I V

8

V

26c

V I

Once again the substitute is written in, just like on the scoresheet, 12 is lashed and the subs # (22) is written in after it.

12

L

12

22

L

26


The libero

Now the libero comes in to serve for # 26

The Net

22

10

14

12

36

8

4

26


When the libero serves draw a triangle around the position she is serving in not the players

When the libero serves, draw a triangle around the position she is serving in, not the players #

TEAM:

L:

4

BLUE - C. COVE

GAME

SO

S P

14

I

1

10

I I

22

12

L

12

22

I I I

36

I V

V

8

26c

V I

L

26

L


Libero serving

LIBERO SERVING

  • Once the Libero has served in one position that is the only position she can serve in. If she tries to serve in a 2nd position, that is an illegal server.

  • She can play in any back row position but can only serve in one position in the service order.


Libero trackers added responsibility for 2013 2014

LIBERO TRACKERS ADDED RESPONSIBILITY FOR 2013-2014

  • Rule Book, Instructions for Libero Trackers, pg 54.

  • During The Match

    e. At the beginning of a TO, the LT will report the status (in or out of the current set) of each team’s libero to the R2.


Libero trackers added responsibility for 2013 20141

LIBERO TRACKERS ADDED RESPONSIBILITY FOR 2013-2014

  • The reason for this is; if the LT tells the R2 that both libero’s are out of the set when the TO was taken and when the teams come back on the floor a libero is in the set. Then there has been an illegal libero replacement during the TO that could be penalized with Unnecessary Delay.

  • Rule 10-4, article 4, a. and Penalites !, pg 42


Questions

QUESTIONS


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