In collegiate, pro and elite competition, the setter must get to every second ball in a rally and deliver that ball to a teammate in the hitter position who attacks the ball for a point.
A setter has to:
In the front row, during each match, the hitters only focus on being effective hitters and blockers, but a setter has to be a "big picture" player who sees how the game develops for all of her spikers not just one.
As the setter, you will get game strategy from your coach or you will be in charge of calling plays yourself that you must relay to your hitters.
As you learn how to become a better setter, you will improve on being able to touch every second ball, turning each of your ball contacts into a faster quicker offense.
For more information on setting, setter volleyball position, set terminology or anything else involving the set, setter or setting, be sure to visit the links below.
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About Breakfast Club 60
Elite training for very advanced hard working players who INTEND to play volleyball in college.
Exclusive opportunity to train with teammates/friends with similar high goals and are ready to push YOU and themselves to improve.
Not for the curious, weak hearted or distracted player, we do more in 60 minutes than most clubs and teams do in three hours.
If you’ve never attended a Breakfast Club class contact Coach April BEFORE registering.
About Brunch Club 60
Perfect for regular Boot Camp class players and players who've ALREADY played on a City of Las Vegas/NYS Elite local league team and who're interested in more advanced training and/or trying out for the Volleycats Elite 14s/15s/ local team competing in June/July/August.
Ten (10) - intensive 60-minute sessions of semi-private (small groups of six) volleyball practices
Sessions are a specially designed mix of skills conducted by Coach April within the one hour session