The volleyball setter position requires the setter to run the offense by deciding the volleyball plays her offense will run. (Ralph Arvesen) The volleyball setter runs the offense by telling her hitters what plays they will run after the opposing team serves the ball.
In the back row, the setter plays right back. They are responsible for digging the cross-court shot of their opposite or right side hitter and the line shot of their outside hitter. They should be prepared to dig and not abandon their spot to get to the net to set. If there is no dig, there is no set to be made.
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The setter is the hardest and the most important position in volleyball. He needs to have contact with a ball in almost every action. This position is often underrated, so in this post, I will show you the 10 best volleyball men’s setters in the world.
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The setter in volleyball is like the control tower or the mastermind behind the entire game’s flow. Basically, the setter is like the point guard in basketball or the quarterback in football. This player is usually the leader on the court who calls the plays. The setter typically gets the second touch out of the possible three touches in a rally.
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An official will be able to see the type of offense a team is most likely to run. He or she can watch to see if multiple setters are active in the warm up period, usually resulting in the team running a 6-2 offense. In a 6-2 offense, the setter will always come from the back row. If the team uses one setter, a 5-1 offense is being used.
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The setter is often referred to as the quarterback of the volleyball court. This is because in addition to calling the offensive plays, the setter often provides a good deal of leadership on the court.