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  1. BACK ROW ATTACKS Version 10 10 MAR 11 Created by Tom Craig

  2. An interactive MS Office Power Point presentation best viewed using MS Power Point 2007. Older versions of PP may be used but some of the animation may not work.To advance the presentation, click the mouse button once to advance to the next item in the presentation at your own pace.Created by Tom Craig, TASO VB District 4 Director and President, Heart of Texas Chapter.

  3. VERSION 10 CHANGES • No changes necessary to conform to 2011-2012 rules.

  4. AGENDA • THE RULE IN QUESTION • INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION • ILLEGAL ATTACK SITUATIONS

  5. The Rule in Question 5

  6. ART 5. A BACK ROW PLAYER SHALL NOT RULE 9.5.5, PG 35 a. Participate in a completed block b. Attack a ball which is completely above the height of the net while positioned: b. Attack a ball which is completely above the height of the net while positioned: • On or in front of the attack line or its out of bounds extension; • On or in front of the attack line or its out of bounds extension; • 2. In the air, having left the floor on or in front of the attack line or its OOB extension; NOTE: An illegal BR attack shall not be called until the ball has completely crossed the net or is legally blocked by an opponent ( Rule 9.4.4) 6

  7. INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION • Who commits the violations ? 2. When should the violation be called ? 3. What are the most common situations / violations ? 7

  8. WHO COMMITS THE VIOLATIONS 8

  9. There are 3 types of back row players that could commit a violation under this rule, they are: RULE 9.5.5. PG 35 A back row player shall not ……. Which of these 3 is most likely to commit a back row player violation ? • A BACK ROW SETTER 2. A BACK ROW HITTER 3. THE LIBERO 9

  10. The referee needs to constantly track the setters during the entire match. HOW DO YOU KNOW THE SETTER IS BACK ROW ? • Spot them BEFORE each rally. 2. Memorize their numbers. 3. Know each team’s offense. 10

  11. TRACKING A BACK ROW SETTER V-2-964 11

  12. TRACKING A BACK ROW SETTER V-2-965 12

  13. WHEN SHOULD THE VIOLATION BE CALLED 13

  14. ART 5. A BACK ROW PLAYER SHALL NOT RULE 9.5.5. PG 35 a. Participate in a completed block b. Attack a ball which is completely above the height of the net while positioned: • On or in front of the attack line or its out of bounds extension; • 2. In the air, having left the floor on or in front of the attack line or its OOB extension; NOTE: An illegal BR attack shall not be called until the ball has completely crossed the net or is legally blocked by an opponent ( Rule 9.4.4) 14

  15. WHEN THE BALL IS CONSIDERED TO HAVE CROSSED THE NET RULE 9.4.4. PG 33 c. No part of the ball has crossed the net and it is legally blocked. a. It has passed completely beyond the vertical plane of the net. • It is partially over the net (in the plane) and is contacted by an opponent.

  16. WHEN IS THE BALL CONSIDERED TO HAVE CROSSED THE NET? 1. The ball passes completely beyond the vertical plane of the net untouched. The ball is moving from left to right. 2. The ball is partially over the net (in the plane) and is contacted by an opponent. The attack is complete or this is a 3rd hit by green. 3. No part of the ball has crossed the net and it is legally blocked. This is when the referee blows their whistle if there is an illegal attack violation. OFFENSE DEFENSE

  17. WHY THE REFEREE WAITS TO CALL AN ILLEGAL BACK ROW ATTACK It is possible, that the other team may commit a violation BEFORE the ball is considered to have crossed the net, such as a net violation or a center line violation. A net violation is probably the most common.

  18. HERE WE GO SITUATION – 1. a. The blocker misses the ball and touches the net, before the ball completely crosses the net An overpass on a 1st or 2nd hit is going to cross the net BR setter contacts the ball completely above the plane in an attack A back row violation is ONLY called when the ball has COMPLETELY crossed the plane of the net untouched NET FOUL In this case the net foul occurred first and is penalized, the back row attack IS NOT penalized SIGNAL # 6 NET FOUL OFFENSE DEFENSE

  19. SITUATION - 1. b. Illegal Attack by a BR player NOT CALLED YET HERE WE GO NET FOUL SIGNAL # 6 While the ball is headed towards the net, the yellow team blocker contacts the net BEFORE the ball crosses the plane or is legally blocked Any back row player attacks a ball that is above the height of the net when she takes off from on or in front of the attack line The net foul is penalized, the illegal attack is not OFFENSE DEFENSE 10 FT LINE 19 19

  20. SITUATION - 1, SIGNAL SIGNAL # - 6 NET FOUL Hold arm on the offending side straight out parallel to the net RS-4 20

  21. FIRST IN ORDER TO CALL AN ILLEGAL BACK ROW ATTACK WE HAVE TO KNOW WHAT A LEGAL BACK ROW ATTACK LOOKS LIKE 21

  22. RULE 9.5.3. PG 35 Back-row players, while positioned behind the attack line, MAY contact the ball from any position inside or outside the court, above or below the top of the net. (A quote straight out of the rule book) A LEGAL BACK ROW ATTACK

  23. SITUATION - 2 HERE WE GO LEGAL A BR player attacks a ball that is above (or below) the height of the net when she takes off from (or is on the floor) behind the attack line and the ball crosses the plane of the net untouched SIGNAL # 7 LEGAL BACK ROW ATTACK Signal is made at the moment of contact w/ the ball OFFENSE DEFENSE ATTACK LINE 23

  24. SITUATION - 2, VIDEO LEGAL V-1-1 24

  25. SITUATION - 2, SIGNAL SIGNAL # 7 - LEGAL BACK ROW ATTACK Arm on attacker’s side is extended, parallel to the floor at chest level, palm down, make 1 horizontal sweeping motion RS-1 25 25

  26. RULE 9.5.4. PG 35 A back-row player (on or in front of the attack line), CANNOTcontact the ball completely above the height of the net and complete an attack.(A quote straight out of the rule book) AN ILLEGAL BACK ROW ATTTACK 26

  27. SITUATION - 3 HERE WE GO ILLEGAL A BR player attacks a ball that is completely above the height of the net when she takes off from on or in front of the 10 ft line and the ball crosses the plane of the net untouched SIGNAL # 8 ILLEGAL ATTACK The violation is called (whistled) when the ball is considered to have cross the net OFFENSE DEFENSE 10 FT LINE 27

  28. SITUATION - 3, VIDEO ILLEGAL V-1-7

  29. SITUATION - 3, SIGNAL SIGNAL # 8 - ILLEGAL ATTACK Raise hand beside head and rotate forearm forward and downward on the offending teams side RS-5 29

  30. RULE 9.5.5. PG 35 ART 5. A BACK ROW PLAYER SHALL NOT a. Participate in a completed block b. Attack a ball which is completely above the height of the net while positioned: • On or in front of the attack line or its out of bounds extension; • 2. In the air, having left the floor on or in front of the attack line or its OOB extension; NOTE: An illegal BR attack shall not be called until the ball has completely crossed the net or is legally blocked by an opponent ( Rule 9. 4.4.)

  31. HERE WE GO SITUATION - 4 A blocker misses the ball and the ball crosses the plane of the net untouched by the blocker An overpass on a 1st or 2nd hit is going to cross the net A BR setter contacts the ball completely above the plane in an attack or a set attempt that crosses the plane untouched ILLEGAL The foul is called when the ball COMPLETELY crosses the plane of the net untouched SIGNAL # 8 ILLEGAL ATTACK OFFENSE DEFENSE

  32. SITUATION - 4, VIDEO 2nd PLAY, ILLEGAL 32 32 V-1-15

  33. HERE WE GO SITUATION - 5 Ball is legally blocked An overpass on a 1st or 2nd hit is going to cross the net and is ATTACKEDacross the net by a BR setter; contact is above the top of the net ILLEGAL ATTACK By green Foul is called when the ball is considered to have crossed the net (legally block) SIGNAL # 8 ILLEGAL ATTACK OFFENSE DEFENSE

  34. ART 6. A LIBERO SHALL NOT: RULE 9.5.6. PG 35 a. Complete an attack from anywhere if, at the moment of contact, the ball is entirely above the height of the net; b. 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; c. Block or attempt to block; d. Rotate to the front row; 34

  35. SITUATION - 6 HERE WE GO ILLEGAL SIGNAL # 8 ILLEGAL ATTACK A libero attacks a ball that is above the height of the net when she takes off from anywhere on the court and the ball crosses the plane of the net untouched The violation is called when the ball is considered to have crossed the net (completely crosses the net untouched) OFFENSE DEFENSE 35 35

  36. SITUATION - 6 Things that will help you to call an illegal attack on a Libero: • How tall is the Libero ? • Is she hitting with her arm fully extended ? • Where on the court does she take off from ? • What is the trajectory of the ball ? • Is this the first time the Libero has made an attack or is it the 2nd or 3rd time ? 36

  37. SITUATION - 6, VIDEO ILLEGAL ? 37 37 V-1-25

  38. SITUATION - 6, VIDEO V-1-31 ILLEGAL ? 38 38

  39. SITUATION - 6, VIDEO V-1-32 ILLEGAL ? 39 39

  40. ART 6. A LIBERO SHALL NOT: RULE 9.5.6. PG 35 a. Complete an attack from anywhere if, at the moment of contact, the ball is entirely above the height of the net; 40

  41. SITUATION - 7 HERE WE GO ILLEGAL ATTACK by the libero LEGAL BLOK A libero attacks a ball that is above the height of the net when she takes off from anywhere on the court and the ball is legally blocked The violation is called when the ball is considered to have crossed the net, in this case, legally blocked SIGNAL # 8 ILLEGAL ATTACK OFFENSE DEFENSE 41

  42. SITUATION - 8 A LEGAL LIBERO ATTACK HERE WE GO A libero attacks a ball that is below the height of the net from anywhere on the court LEGAL There is no violation here OFFENSE DEFENSE 42

  43. SITUATION - 8, VIDEO LEGAL or ILLEGAL ? 43 43 V-1-30

  44. SITUATION - 8, SIGNAL SIGNAL # 6 - LEGAL BACK ROW ATTACK Arm on attacker’s side is extended, parallel to the floor at chest level, palm down, make 1 horizontal sweeping motion RS-1 44 44

  45. ART 6. A LIBERO SHALL NOT: RULE 9.5.6. PG 35 b. 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. 45

  46. SITUATION - 9 HERE WE GO Green team FR hitter spikes the ball (completes an attack) without realizing this is an illegal set from the libero The libero sets the ball to a FR hitter using overhand finger action while she is on or in front of the attack line ILLEGAL ATTACK The violation is called when the ball is crosses the net untouched or is legally blocked FRONT ROW HITTER LIBERO SIGNAL # 8 ATTACK LINE 46

  47. SITUATION - 9, VIDEO - 1 ILLEGAL 47 47 V-1-40

  48. SITUATION - 9, VIDEO - 2 LEGAL 48 48 V-1-38

  49. SITUATION - 9, VIDEO - 3 LEGAL 49 49 V-1-42

  50. QUESTIONS