# 14u Rotation And Defense Quiz

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### When our team is hitting the ball we are:

• A.

In a time-out.

• B.

On defense.

• C.

• D.

On offense.

D. On offense.
Explanation
The correct answer is "on offense." This means that when our team is hitting the ball, we are in a position where we are actively trying to score points against the opposing team. Being "on offense" implies that we are in control of the game and are taking the initiative to attack and make plays.

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• 6.

### When the other team has the ball and is hitting at us, we are:

• A.

Playing volleyball outside in the sand.

• B.

• C.

On defense.

• D.

Going to win the point.

C. On defense.
Explanation
When the other team has the ball and is hitting at us, it means that we are in a defensive position. This suggests that we are trying to stop the other team from scoring a point and are prepared to defend our side of the court. Therefore, the correct answer is "on defense."

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• 7.

### When we are serving, our front-row players are on the net?

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
When we are serving, our front-row players are positioned at the net. This is because the front-row players are typically the strongest blockers and attackers on the team. Being at the net allows them to effectively block the opponent's attacks and also gives them a better position to attack the ball when it comes over the net. Therefore, it is true that our front-row players are on the net when we are serving.

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• 8.

### Below: check EACH (could be more than one) part of the court, we cover when we are executing our defense correctly:

• A.

Net/ the hitter who's hitting at us

• B.

Corners

• C.

10 ft line

• D.

The bench

• E.

Tips

• F.

The referee

A. Net/ the hitter who's hitting at us
B. Corners
C. 10 ft line
E. Tips
Explanation
When executing a defense correctly, it is important to cover multiple parts of the court. This includes being aware of the net and the hitter who is hitting at us, as they pose a direct threat. The corners of the court are also crucial to cover, as they are often targeted by skilled hitters. The 10 ft line is another important area to defend, as it is a common spot for attackers to initiate their attacks. Additionally, it is important to be aware of tips, as they are quick and deceptive shots that can catch defenders off guard. Finally, being mindful of the referee is important to ensure that the game is played within the rules and to avoid any penalties.

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• 9.

### On defense: who covers the middle of the court? A.K.A middle back position. This is not asking who should get the ball, if the defense were not to work correctly.

• A.

The left back player.

• B.

The right back player.

• C.

The blocker(s).

• D.

SK

C. The blocker(s).
Explanation
I know you are all thinking SK, but it's not!

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• 10.

### The ball is_________when it barely touches the line.

in
Explanation
When the ball barely touches the line, it is considered to be "in". This means that the ball has landed within the boundaries of the playing area, specifically on or inside the line.

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### Playing smart is using your knowledge of how to hit, serve, pass, set and where to stand on the court, to play the game.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement suggests that playing smart in a game involves utilizing one's understanding of various skills such as hitting, serving, passing, setting, and positioning on the court. This means that a player who is knowledgeable about these aspects and can effectively apply them during the game is considered to be playing smart. Therefore, the answer "True" is correct as it aligns with the explanation provided.

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• 12.

### Playing wise is adjusting to the situation you are in. It's doing what is best for that moment and situation. It includes listening to your coaches' instructions, even if they are not what we did in practice.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The explanation for the given correct answer, which is True, is that playing wise means adapting and making decisions based on the current situation. It involves following instructions from coaches, even if they differ from what was practiced. This shows a willingness to be flexible and make the best choices in the moment.

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### There is no such thing as talking smart. It's always a bad idea.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The given statement suggests that talking smart is always a bad idea. However, this is a subjective opinion and not a universally true statement. Talking smart can be beneficial in certain situations, such as during intellectual discussions or presentations. It can demonstrate intelligence, knowledge, and critical thinking skills. Therefore, the statement is not entirely correct, and the correct answer is False.

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• 14.

### Talking smart to a teammate is called__________-__________ and can be very helpful if said in the right way!

constructive criticism
Explanation
The term "constructive criticism" refers to the act of providing feedback or suggestions to a teammate in a thoughtful and helpful manner. It involves offering suggestions for improvement or pointing out areas that need attention, while still being supportive and respectful. This type of communication can be beneficial as it encourages growth and development within a team, allowing individuals to learn from their mistakes and make positive changes.

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### Talking wise, sounds dumb, so therefore it doesn't exist.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement suggests that something that sounds dumb doesn't exist. However, this is not a valid argument as the existence of something is not determined by how it sounds when talked about. Therefore, the correct answer is false.

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• 16.

### When passing the ball, I should be low (like I was sitting in a chair), ready to shrug my shoulders as I stand up, to pass the ball.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement suggests that when passing the ball, one should be in a low position, similar to sitting in a chair, and then stand up while shrugging the shoulders to pass the ball. This implies that being in a low position provides stability and power for the pass. Therefore, the answer "True" indicates that the statement accurately describes the correct technique for passing the ball.

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• 17.

### When the setter sets the ball:

• A.

Only the outside hitter will swing/hit.

• B.

Only the position the setter calls should be ready to swing/hit.

• C.

Everyone does their approach and swings.

• D.

The setter should not set her hitters up.

C. Everyone does their approach and swings.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Everyone does their approach and swings." This means that when the setter sets the ball, all players on the team should be prepared to do their approach and swing at the ball. It implies that all players, not just the outside hitter or the position called by the setter, should be ready to hit the ball. Additionally, it suggests that the setter should set up her hitters, indicating that it is the setter's responsibility to provide good sets for her teammates to hit.

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### -You may check more than one- When playing volleyball:

• A.

I should be a get the ball, even if the ball is not in my area, but is going to drop to the floor if I don't there.

• B.

I should call mine, but not follow through if someone else starts to move to the ball.

• C.

I should narrate the game with my teammates, calling out defense, help, mine, I go, middle, outside, freeball, tips.

• D.

I should always be low and on my toes.

• E.

I should be scared of messing up.

• F.

I should be fierce! :)

A. I should be a get the ball, even if the ball is not in my area, but is going to drop to the floor if I don't there.
C. I should narrate the game with my teammates, calling out defense, help, mine, I go, middle, outside, freeball, tips.
D. I should always be low and on my toes.
F. I should be fierce! :)
Explanation
The correct answer includes important aspects of playing volleyball. It emphasizes the importance of being proactive and getting the ball, even if it is not in one's area, to prevent it from dropping to the floor. It also highlights the importance of communication with teammates by narrating the game and calling out various strategies and positions. Additionally, it mentions the need to always be low and on one's toes, which helps with agility and quick movements. Lastly, it encourages a fierce and competitive mindset, which can contribute to better performance on the court.

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• 19.

### -There may be more than one correct answer- When playing volleyball it is acceptable and/or needed to say:

• A.

MINE! MINE! MINE! as many times, until everyone knows you'll take the ball.

• B.

You go get it!

• C.

Help!

• D.

Defense!

• E.

Tip, tip, tip!

• F.

We can't do this y'all.

A. MINE! MINE! MINE! as many times, until everyone knows you'll take the ball.
C. Help!
D. Defense!
E. Tip, tip, tip!
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### -There may be more than one answer- After a play, when we come to the middle of the court to give high fives and good jobs, in the huddle it would be a good time to say:

• A.

Hey (setter) set me outside, next play!

• B.

We can do this, push points!

• C.

Guys, let's give up.

• D.

Who do I switch with?

• E.

The other team plays up on the net, send it deep!

• F.

You can do it!

A. Hey (setter) set me outside, next play!
B. We can do this, push points!
D. Who do I switch with?
E. The other team plays up on the net, send it deep!
F. You can do it!
Explanation
The correct answer includes statements that are positive, encouraging, and focused on teamwork and strategy. It encourages communication with the setter, emphasizes the team's ability to succeed, asks for clarification on switching positions, suggests a tactic to counter the other team's play, and provides motivation.

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• 21.

### According to the document I emailed:. Situation #1 displays:

• A.

The other team serving the ball

• B.

Our defense

• C.

Our free ball set up

• D.

Our team serving the ball

D. Our team serving the ball
Explanation
The correct answer is "our team serving the ball" because in the given situation, it is stated that "our team serving the ball" is displayed. This means that in this scenario, it is our team's turn to serve the ball.

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• 22.

### There are two correct answers: (check both) In situation #2, our team is set up for:

• A.

Receiving a serve.

• B.

A free ball.

• C.

Offense.

• D.

Serving.

• E.

Tips.

B. A free ball.
C. Offense.
Explanation
In situation #2, our team is set up for a free ball and offense. A free ball is when the opposing team sends a weak or easy-to-handle ball over the net, giving our team an opportunity to attack and score a point. The team is also set up for offense, which means they are ready to execute a coordinated attack and try to score a point against the opposing team's defense. Both of these options indicate that our team is in a favorable position to score and take control of the game.

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• 23.

### Situation #3 is our:

• A.

Starting positions.

• B.

Defense for a right side hit.

• C.

Defense for a left side hit.

• D.

Defense for every hit.

B. Defense for a right side hit.
Explanation
Situation #3 is our defense for a right side hit because the previous statements mention starting positions and specific defensive strategies for left and right side hits. Since there is no mention of a strategy for every hit, it can be inferred that the defense in Situation #3 is specifically for a right side hit.

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• 24.

### In situation #4, our setter is returning to base, for defense, because she just got done setting the ball up, that's why back is split and front line is on the net, ready for blocking.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The explanation for the given correct answer is that in situation #4, the setter is returning to base after setting the ball up. This is why the back line is split and the front line is on the net, ready for blocking. This suggests that the statement is true.

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• 25.

### In situation #5 what is happening?

• A.

The setter is setting the ball, that's why the arrows show that the hitters are moving toward the net.

• B.

The arrows represent our motion for blocking

• C.

We are on defense for hits

• D.

We are serving the ball.

A. The setter is setting the ball, that's why the arrows show that the hitters are moving toward the net.
Explanation
The correct answer explains that in situation #5, the setter is setting the ball. This is indicated by the arrows showing that the hitters are moving toward the net.

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• 26.

### In situation #6 we are yelling and receiving a____________

free ball
freeball
Explanation
In situation #6, the given answer "free ball" or "freeball" suggests that when yelling, we are receiving a ball that is free. This implies that the ball is not controlled or restricted by any opposing team or player, and we are able to use it to our advantage.

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• 27.

### In situation #7 we are set up for:

• A.

Our outside hitter to hit.

• B.

Our defense for a left side hit.

• C.

Our defense for a right side hit.

• D.

B. Our defense for a left side hit.
Explanation
The given situation suggests that the team is preparing for a left side hit. This means that the opposing team is likely to attack from the left side of the net. Therefore, the team needs to position their defense accordingly to effectively block or receive the hit from that direction. This answer is supported by the information provided in the situation.

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• 28.

### Situation #8 is a defense set, in this scenario, we are receiving a __________ hit.

middle
Explanation
In Situation #8, the defense set is being discussed, indicating that we are on the receiving end of a hit. The word "middle" suggests that the hit is directed towards the center of the court or field. This implies that the opposing team is likely aiming for a strategic attack in the middle area, possibly to create confusion or exploit any weaknesses in our defense.

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• 29.

### Refer to the figure: In serve receive, if our setter is #1, she should be right up behind player #2 and player #4 should play where #5 is, because #5 and #6 swing over to the right.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
In serve receive, the setter (#1) should position herself right up behind player #2. This allows for a better angle and positioning to receive the ball from the serve. Additionally, player #4 should play in the position where player #5 is, as players #5 and #6 swing over to the right. This positioning strategy helps to maximize the effectiveness of the serve receive and facilitates better coordination among the players.

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### Refer to figure: we do not start any play in these positions. If we are receiving, there should be a swing to hide the setter, or if we are serving, our hitters should be on the net.

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The explanation for the given correct answer is that the figure mentioned shows positions in a game where it is not advisable to start any play. If the team is receiving, there should be a swing to hide the setter, meaning that the setter should not be easily visible to the opposing team. Similarly, if the team is serving, the hitters should be on the net, ready to attack. Therefore, it is true that starting plays from the positions shown in the figure is not recommended.

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• 31.

### In the last question, after the first ball is passed to the setter, player #4 should stay on the back line and play back row the rest of the point. TRUE= the player should stay and play back row. FALSE= the player should return to front-row and play a hitter's position.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The correct answer is False because the player should stay on the back line and play back row the rest of the point, rather than returning to the front-row and playing a hitter's position.

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