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  • Perfect 10 Stat Spreadsheets – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    large sample size the median number for each skill to succeed We are already familiar with the 3 Point Passing scale and the typical goal of at least a 2 0 for passers depending on the level I would like to know the goal for Digging Don t forget the passing scale can be used for digging Setting and Hitting Then most importantly the cumulative Team goal maybe a 6 2 per rotation to win a match I have come up with a couple simple spreadsheets for taking these stats Click on each image below to automatically download the sheet check your Downloads Folder Perfect 10 By Player Perfect 10 By Rotation r The first is by player by skill The second spreadsheet is by rotation Ideally it would be great to see these stats culminated and I m sure a simple stat program could easily tally these formulas This way during a match we could learn the players passing setting and hitting numbers on the 3 point scale the Team s results and rotation information There have been quite a few coaches that have asked about using a 4 5 or 6 point passing scale Perfect 10 Stats is a system that can be manipulated for each coaches needs When the 3 point passing scale first came out I do not believe there was much discussion about changing the scale for passing It became the norm and then over time after much analyzing the scale has been questioned and altered Thus far I have not had one coach ask to adjust the 3 point Setting or 3 point Hitting scale I believe it is because it is a new scale and over time it will likely be analyzed questioned and altered Perfect 10 Stats at least sets a precedence

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  • Ten Fun Volleyball Facts – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    beach game was played in 1930 Fact 7 Volleyball was called mintonette at first but it was later changed to volleyball Fact 8 The first special designed ball for the sport was created in 1900 Fact 9 Volleyball is the second most popular sport in the world today exceeded only by soccer Fact 10 The longest recorded volleyball game was in Kingston North Carolina It took 75 hours and 30 minutes Share this Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related volleyball facts 2012 02 05 Chuck Rey tweet Previous What Players Hear Next 10 Minutes with Misty May and Summer Sanders 9 comments napo February 6 2012 at 3 25 am Funny Just a question can you add the source of this informations I m very curious about the fact number 10 in which year Female or male championship Juniores or seniores With the rally point system Jodi Murphy March 22 2012 at 9 26 am Volleyball is the second most popular sport in the world today exceeded only by soccer I did not know that I would have assumed baseball would come in at 2 or maybe cricket What countries is volleyball really popular in sean May 2 2012 at 10 55 am the last two facts dont seem very legit mikaela October 23 2012 at 2 38 pm i always thought that baseball football and basketball were the most popular sports eric rodriguez April 19 2013 at 12 30 pm i love playing volley ball with my friends it the funest sport i have ever played eric rodriguez April 22 2013 at 12 52 pm i love volleyball its is the funest sport i have ever played

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  • IPE and iVolleyStats – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    and iVolleyStats IPE and iVolleyStats Who d a thunk it Who d a thunk that a brainstorming session with Mike Hebert at Minnesota would turn into a new statistic for volleyball Really it s an old statistic with a positive spin but it makes sense to players It s hard to teach the negative and easy to teach the positive Thus came In Play Efficiency or I P E You can learn more about it on an old blog post What is IPE Jay Van Vark and Marc Swindle Assistant Coach at Air Force have created a volleyball statistical software called iVolleyStats iVolleyStats is an iPhone application for coaches and fans to gather and report stats for your volleyball squad Within the application iVolleyStats is now using IPE Voila I must admit that s pretty cool stuff If you want to learn more about iVolleyStats you can find it on iTunes here http itunes apple com us app ivolleystats match id355306829 mt 8 or you can watch a bit about it from the video Share this Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens

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  • Points Earned and Errors Match Sheet – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    my radar Thanks for the fantastic blog CS August 25 2011 at 11 42 am I am a little unclear as to how to use the sheet I see the 3 boxes on each line How do you mark them Player Number outcome or Event k p s Is that right Then totals at the bottom Chuck Rey August 28 2011 at 9 03 pm Under the WE and THEY column I mark how the point was scored K for Kill H E for hitting error S E for service error etc The slightly shaded box adjacent to these columns I mark the player number to indicate the player that earned the point or caused the error The outer most columns I use for notations such as the type of set 5 for an outside set or 1 for a middle set etc Hope this helps Coach K September 15 2011 at 8 57 am Is C Communication errors Chuck Rey September 15 2011 at 10 39 am Yes I use C as Communication errors Coach K September 19 2011 at 7 35 am Thank you One more question do you have anything that explains what a normal average good percentage is In other words now that you have this data what s the best way to interpret it I understand it but just wondering if you have anything simple for my players to understand BTW I LOVE this site and the Drill pages are awesome It s always nice to get new good drills clue October 12 2011 at 2 04 pm what does bhe stand for Chuck Rey October 13 2011 at 10 30 am Ball Handling Error such as a setter double Coach J January 25 2012 at 5 00 pm A couple questions because I think this sheet could help my program 1 What if the other team makes an error How do you mark that point if a player on your team doesn t get a Kill Ace Block or make an error of some sort 2 In the outer most column do you only write something in there if the play ended with an attack You stated in a previous comment that you put the set call in that box such as 5 or 1 What do you put in there if a player gets a block or an ace Chuck Rey January 26 2012 at 12 29 pm Coach J I m encouraged that you are using my stat sheet and I believe it will pay dividends to learning your teams strengths and weaknesses Following are my answers to your questions 1 All your team s positive earned points will be on the WE column and all negative given points will be on the THEY Column Errors are recorded in the exact same way as you are recording for kills So if player 1 makes a Hitting Error you will recorded on the THEY side 4 1 H E It is on the

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  • The Net Live Volleyball Podcast – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    s and Women s volleyball and the happenings of the beach volleyball saga in the United States Hosted by Kevin Barnett former USA National Team player and now broadcaster you might have heard him call the 2008 Olympic matches and Chris Geeter McGee the voice of the ex AVP Tour fills in for Reid Priddy while Reid plays in Russia The show air live every Monday at 10 00am Pacific Time or you can download their podcast on iTunes The Net Live often has special guests Recently I listened to Michigan Head Coach Mark Rosen Texas Head Coach Jerritt Elliott and Texas senior Julianne Faucette They had Penn State s Russ Rose was on the show just after winning his 4th consecutive National Championship The Net Live recently made a big splash at the AVCA Convention hosting a live show Hugh McCutcheon was on the podcast for a while followed up by Illinois Head Coach Kevin Hambly Al B Hanneman was on the show announcing the NVL National Volleyball League next phase of beach volleyball in the US I could go on about the people on the show Just listen It s good Find them here http thevolleyballnetwork com portal

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  • Rotate 123 – Volleyball Rotation Software – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    times from there with all the players in your roster It even includes libero entry for any position and defensive specialist entry The software was created and designed by two volleyball enthusiasts that coach club and high school volleyball So it has real game like functionality It s been featured and promoted by the AVCA a nice plug and its FREE Yes so far it s free Jump on it now and check it out Click here to check out Rotate 123 Share this Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related volleyball coach volleyball resources 2010 08 04 Chuck Rey tweet Previous Kerri Walsh Playing at the Manhattan Beach 6 Man Volleyball Tournament Next The AVP Cancels Season Is this a Bad Thing 5 comments Garret Talarczyk August 5 2010 at 4 09 am This is awesome Coach Rey August 5 2010 at 4 12 am It is great software You should join the AVCA as they promote new products like this all the time plus offer great tips from coaches around the country I also heard Jola will be your new JV coach Congrats to you she ll be great for the program Good luck this season Kooz September 10 2010 at 12 10 pm I can t wait to try this I heard it on an IMPACT Instructor s Webinar last night This sounds like a great time saver plus the options could be so beneficial I m just waiting for my email approval I also like the option of having the one year offer with an AVCA membership Coach Rey September 13 2010 at 2 18 am I ve really enjoyed using it and enjoy the

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  • USA Volleyball Competitive Cauldron – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    are often multi sport athletes Terry Pettit writes on the importance of multi sport athletes The more nuerological pathways a young athlete has experienced the more likely they are going to be able to adjust in the future which is why developing athletes should be encouraged to play more than one sport The least beneficial game plan for a sixteen year old athlete is to focus only on volleyball The best collegiate and olympic players are almost without exception multi sport athletes early in their career If a junior coach tells your daughter that she would be better off not playing high school sports she needs to run as fast and far as she can Nothing is further from what the latest insights tell us in how the brain works There are things that a young athlete learns running a 400 meter dash that will help her compete in end game in volleyball Athletes who only play junior volleyball tend to peak their freshmen year in college The good news is that they may earn a college scholarship the bad news is they never get better Athletes who play only junior volleyball may increase the revenue for the club or feed the coaches need for complete control but it is not in the interest of the player or human development The competitive volleyball cauldron gauges a teams overall condition a combination of fundamental skills physical strength and endurance and competitive fortitude It ranks players in small game situations 6 v 6 scrimmages actual match play and physical tests sprints weights etc There is a bit of statistical recording required by a coaching staff which can take away from feedback time with players but the results help a coach with line ups and keeps players competitive and motivated throughout a season

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  • The Wrist Snap / Topspin on USA Volleyball – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    Research Scientist and myself Ironically Peter Vint was getting his PhD at Arizona State University while I was playing there He performed a body fat test among actual volleyball tests on me back in the day and who d a thunk it that he would become a lead scientist for the USOC Anyway here is a good exchange about the myth of the volleyball wrist snap and how we really don t get on top of the ball It s actually where we contact the ball over the center of mass that creates topspin on a volleyball http www teamusa org USA Volleyball Features 2012 July 20 STOP Teaching Hitting aspx Good stuff Share this Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related John Kessel Peter Vint topspin wrist snap 2013 07 30 Chuck Rey tweet Previous Are You a Maker or Taker Next Beach Volleyball Phones waterproof sandproof phone for the beach 3 comments John Kessel July 31 2013 at 3 34 am well of COURSE I am reading your blog Chuck but catching up is a bit easier

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