Is a won block counted as a hitting error for the corresponding hitter? In U.S volleyball the answer to that question is usually “Yes.” Elsewhere in the world, the answer is more often “No.”
The block does not count as one of the three hits as long as the player's or players' hands were above the top of the net during the block. If their hands were not above the net, it is considered one of the three hits. After a legal block, the first hit can be taken by any player, including the player who just blocked the ball.
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Does a block count as one of your three hits in volleyball? - Answers. No, a block does not count as one of your three hits. You areallowed to block, then drop down and bump the ball and it...
I've always believed, and thus ruled, that a block doesn't count towards one of the three team hits. But in the FIVB Beach rules for 2015-2016, it says "14.4.1 A blocking contact is counted as a team hit. The blocking team will have only two more hits after a blocking contact". Did I download the wrong rules?
A block is NOT awarded on a touch! A blocking attempt in which a player blocks the ball out of bounds, does NOT result in a blocking error – that action counts as a kill for the opponent. A blocking error is a call made by an official that ends play. Check out the stats manual for the list of situations that constitute a blocking error.
Rules of Beach Volleyball for Doubles and Triples: A blocking contact is counted as a team hit. The blocking team has two more contacts to return the ball after a blocking contact. Multiple blocking contacts made during a single blocking action are legal and only count as one team hit. In Reverse Coed, males may not participate in a block.
Block does not count as a hit. Cannot attack a libero set. AVP and Olympic Beach; Block counts as a hit. NCAA Men and Women; Block does not count as a hit. Libero may serve in one position in rotation. Players may attack a libero set if made from behind three-meter line.
In Beach Volleyball, Blocking Is A Hit When you compete at the net in beach volleyball, your block counts as 1 of your team’s 3 hits. The blocker can have the next contact, just like in indoor volleyball, but then there will be only 1 hit left to play the ball over.