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  • VolleyTalk – The Best Volleyball Forum – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    of the five different scoring categories of Rocball Ben has scored aces xunks kees goals and the jam A jam has proven to be the most difficult of plays to complete The jam is a defensive play made by a player at the net that can spike down a served ball Myron Laniyo of No Mercy is this year s leading scorer by heavy hitting in games with a total of eleven aces ten xunks thirty two kees and four goals for total of one hundred and twenty two points averaging about twenty five points a game in aces xunks kees and goals in addition to Myron s one point court scoring In Rocball games completed last week No Mercy came from behind in the fourth set of their game with the Projects to win and juice out in four sets The Projects had the lead going into the fourth set 44 to 36 and only had to win the final set to win their fifth consecutive game But No Mercy lead by veterans Myron Laniyo David Tisa and Ichnis Kapwich lead the drive to win the fourth set 16 to 6 a ten point margin which gave No Mercy a game point total of 52 to the Projects ending fourth quarter game point score of 50 and caused the Projects their first loss in Rocball In the game between the Soul Rebels and CPC the Soul Rebels with Master Blaster Ben Lisua defeated CPC in four sets 69 to 38 The Soul Rebels won the game in a shut out by winning all four sets 16 to 11 18 to 6 16 to 6 and 19 to 15 The heavy hitter of the game was John Nekaifes of the Soul Rebels with 3 aces and 6 kees for 18 points No Mercy and the Projects are tied for first place with four wins and one loss each The Fanians are in second place with three wins and no losses but need more games to play to hold their league position and the team One Way is in third place with four wins and four losses with one game left to play in the season William February 25 2010 at 8 18 am Hey all Where to turn for up to date college volleyball info Please take this quick survey http www prsurvey com NMU to help us establish an understanding of where fans go to get their sports info Everyone who completes our survey can either receive 3 for there time or donate it to the American Red Cross Thanks everyone warning April 3 2010 at 7 59 pm I would not choose Colorado College to play volleyball It is not about relationships but a one way commitment and most of all there is a pattern that every year girls go to CC thinking they were recruited to play volleyball and they were only to learn that they are cut from the team And worse yet no one does anything or says anything because they have a winning record playing a schedule stacked with non conference cupcakes The abuses of his program need addressing vballdigger April 4 2010 at 7 33 pm You sound like a disgruntled parent How pathetic BTB April 5 2010 at 11 24 pm As a current member of this team I am shocked and disgusted by this post The coach of this team has been one of the best coaches that I have ever had not only on the court but he has been a vital support system to me and my fellow teammates throughout our time in college When coming into CC it was clear that I did NOT have a spot on this team and that everyone coming into CC had a chance to PROVE their ability and character to stay on the team The girls on this team with me deserve to be on it because they have worked hard showed a good moral character on and off of the court and most importantly have put the TEAM FIRST The girls who have been cut coming in as freshman were never told that they had a guaranteed spot on the team And non conference cupcakes Im pretty sure that Metro State finished ranked 11th in Division 2 volleyball and we beat them sounds like such the cupcake team Get your facts straight you sound ignorant If anyone really wants to know what Colorado College volleyball is like you should take a look for yourself don t take this persons advice because it is false and seems to be fueled by some bitter personal feelings Go Tigers vball player April 7 2010 at 7 02 am Coach R What is pathetic You comment on your own posts Or that coaches don t want to be accountable Or that kids get screwed over or injured so a few can scrape out a pauper s salary Maybe it is pathetic that anyone plays such a dumb game Sport contests have always will be and are just gambling vehicles for Vegas Many are just about the money and some are fixed in my opinion disgruntledparent April 7 2010 at 7 07 am Sports are for the kids not the parents or coaches vball player April 7 2010 at 2 02 pm Coach R What is pathetic You comment on your own posts Or that coaches don t want to be accountable Or that kids get screwed over or injured so a few can scrape out a pauper s salary Maybe it is pathetic that anyone plays such a dumb game Sport contests have always will be and are just gambling vehicles for Vegas Many are just about the money and some are fixed in my opinion disgruntledparent April 7 2010 at 2 07 pm Sports are for the kids not the parents or coaches concerned and curious one April 30 2010 at 2 09 am just look at the setting stats and roster info on

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  • Thinking Critically About Calling Time-Out – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    at a point in the match when the receiving team was performing much worse than normal since their recent sideout efficiency was Zero percent I m not ready to say Yes or No to the argument I m just pointing out that the data that was collected is probably not adequate to answer the question Coach H September 14 2009 at 5 46 pm That is a good point Tony Statistical analysis for volleyball in my opinion is a bit behind that of baseball or basketball Just like hitting percentage is the biggest indicator of who will win in a given v ball game it doesn t say anything about what it took to get there What level of passing or setting accuracy is required to achieve a specific hitting percentage I know that there are hundreds if not thousands of stats kept by coaches around the nation but analysis of statistics even the top secret equation that the Olympic uses may not be flawless Volleyball being one of the least individualized sports makes it hard to separate one from the other I d love to hear some of the crazy things people keep track of Like Grades on tests that week Number of fans in attendance Recent new boyfriends and break ups Blondes vs Brunettes Coach H September 14 2009 at 10 46 am That is a good point Tony Statistical analysis for volleyball in my opinion is a bit behind that of baseball or basketball Just like hitting percentage is the biggest indicator of who will win in a given v ball game it doesn t say anything about what it took to get there What level of passing or setting accuracy is required to achieve a specific hitting percentage I know that there are hundreds if not thousands of stats kept by coaches around the nation but analysis of statistics even the top secret equation that the Olympic uses may not be flawless Volleyball being one of the least individualized sports makes it hard to separate one from the other I d love to hear some of the crazy things people keep track of Like Grades on tests that week Number of fans in attendance Recent new boyfriends and break ups Blondes vs Brunettes volleyconcept December 5 2009 at 11 20 am Your digital training manual with detailed volleyball training sessions and animated illustrations Looking for complete training sessions Are you a coach teacher or volleyball fan Would you like to get acquainted with top level tactics If so then http WWW VOLLEYCONCEPT EU is what you re looking for Free training session on the http www volleyconcept eu homepage Mac version available on request from info volleyconcept eu volleyconcept December 5 2009 at 6 20 pm Your digital training manual with detailed volleyball training sessions and animated illustrations Looking for complete training sessions Are you a coach teacher or volleyball fan Would you like to get acquainted with top level tactics If so then http WWW VOLLEYCONCEPT EU is what you re looking for Free training session on the http www volleyconcept eu homepage Mac version available on request from info volleyconcept eu Coach B December 25 2009 at 12 25 am Interesting topic and I can t effectively argue for or against because I think there s a grey area that the numbers don t address You d almost have to run simultaneous tests impossible in order to really clarify the results of the timeout For instance Team A gives up a run of six straight points Coach calls timeout Team A comes back and sides out on first serve after timeout BUT what would have happened if they had NOT called the timeout and instead received serve 7 THOSE are the numbers you want to compare Of course it s not possible You can t have it both ways Rey is doing the best he can with the numbers available to him but total effective sideout percentage after a serve gets mixed with periods of time when a team is on a roll and siding out smoothly The momentum timeout is called only after your team goes into a tailspin and gives up a run of points Believing a timeout will stop an opponents momentum is mistaken in my opinion What it WILL do is give the coach a chance to calm his players refocus them and also can cause the opposing server to leave their comfort zone and lose their rhythm When they return after the timeout if you re lucky they ll just flat out miss but often many hot servers will take a bit off that first serve to get back in the flow and receiving teams need to take advantage of that and do their best to sideout quickly before the server regains his her momentum Personally the stat I find interesting and I need to think more about it is not the 54 after timeout compared to 53 before timeout but rather the 54 itself which means that only half the time did a team come out of a timeout and succeed in siding out NOT comparing it to what they were doing aside from the timeout but just the number by itself That s not a real high percentage I think what happens is that Rey was combining stats from a bunch of teams into one and that may be misleading As a coach what I would be interested in is what percentage MY team sides out after MY timeout If my aim is to calm them refocus them adjust positioning and then we only sideout 54 of the time then I d wonder if I m having any effect 50 50 is going to be true regardless right either you do or you don t I think I d rather see MY team siding out after MY timeout somewhere in the 70 or higher range to feel like the timeout made a difference Coach B December 24

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  • Beach Volleyball Strategy – an Analysis of Defense and Shot Selection – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    most digs per game in a season does not equate to winning championships This is one of those ego stats that have less baring on winning championships good for side bets though Another Positive but Neutral stat Aces per game I would guess that teams that get more aces per game generally win more matches good to know But are above average aces per game are enough to win championships Nope this is my personal viewpoint The Keystone stat The one that I outlined in the article above was blocks per game This is not a WOW stat anyone looking at the numbers can see that it is true but how to apply that to play that is more important and a keystone to better play and RESULTS The MeaningFUL stat Here I am going to give three examples Meaningful stat 1 In a doubles in the third game there are fewer points Therefore you are less likely to get a high total of blocks per game or any other per game stat for that matter Why is this meaningful Because if you keep the same per game stat goals for the third and deciding game this should elevate your play to the level that you need to win the match In other words 2 blocks in the third game set will be enough to win you the match PERIOD Percentage wise it is harder to get those 2 blocks in the final and deciding game but essential ie keystone Meaningful stat 2 The second game is the most important game for winning matches I would guess without looking at metadata that between 80 90 of the teams that win the match win the second game the first game is not as important a positive but neutral stat That s all teams that win in two sets and most teams that win the second and then the third because of their momentum I would guess 50 This is meaningful for one reason timeout strategy In close games don t take timeouts until the end of the game When losing in blowouts but only first losses REMAIN CALM take timeouts late in the game but not at the end it s too late then Take them late so that you can get back the momentum the ball and get those blocks In second loss games be quicker on the trigger with timeouts ie don t let the game get away of you Here is a commonly perpetuated Meaningful stat that everyone who plays outdoor knows 3 The side with a strong wind in your face is the good side Why Because you want to start on that side every time It is easier to get service aces sideouts and in general points Here is another stupid stat It is easier to get a point by siding out then by serving in rally score Here is how people use this stat on games that have no clear side advantage winners of the toss will take receive If we look at an overlooked WOW stat we see why this is meaningless The meaningless stat is a just a well perpetuated macho fallacy The WOW stat the team that has LESS side out opportunities wins EVERY TIME Don t force yourself or your weaker than you at sidingout partner into a situation that is more likely to get you to lose Wherever possible choose to serve first You may even get more blocks this way Cade March 6 2010 at 2 53 pm You researched your stats I liked that article They once did a huge study on indoor volleyball and found that the worst thing to do is miss a serve Not sure why they needed to conduct a study on that it s seems pretty obvious Darren March 7 2010 at 6 44 pm Actually I sent Chuck a article on the differences between indoor preparation and in game strategy and outdoor preparation and in game strategy Simplistically Indoor blocking serving jump serving during practice drills defense serve receive for scrimmages in game Outdoor siding out setting passing drills blocking strategy for scrimmages pickup play I figured if you can jump serve topspin not float a volleyball indoor where it might matter more then you can hit from anywhere on the court rightside leftside middle back row But you have to be able to serve standing floats for consistency from the study that you read and from my experience The other stuff would be working with your partner and team to improve team blocking and timing indoor or set location and shot selection outdoor skills The article he published above is better in my opinion Only problem for An analysis of defense and shot selection is that it is just one year of data so its not really a longitudinal study I m not a statistician I have taken some classes so I m not sure if the numbers are statistically significant but to an untrained eye it seems so I wish someone would figure out how I can improve my triples finishes Thank you very much for the compliment Darren March 8 2010 at 1 44 am Actually I sent Chuck a article on the differences between indoor preparation and in game strategy and outdoor preparation and in game strategy Simplistically Indoor blocking serving jump serving during practice drills defense serve receive for scrimmages in game Outdoor siding out setting passing drills blocking strategy for scrimmages pickup play I figured if you can jump serve topspin not float a volleyball indoor where it might matter more then you can hit from anywhere on the court rightside leftside middle back row But you have to be able to serve standing floats for consistency from the study that you read and from my experience The other stuff would be working with your partner and team to improve team blocking and timing indoor or set location and shot selection outdoor skills The article he

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  • Perfect 10 Statistics – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    pm Hello Chuck I like the perfect 10 idea We are always looking for ways to challenge our athletes more than just the traditional you hit 300 I like the team concept that it adds to the rally I think grow it in a practice setting where the setter gets a 3 option pass and wants to deliver a 3 option set now the hitter doesn t want to be the one to lower the number with 1 hit By learning this team competitiveness in practice will only enhance the results in matches JB Jim Dietz January 15 2014 at 2 00 pm Well if you are trying to fit it to 10 why not create 4 points for passing Add a 4 for a perfect pass not just a pass that gives the setter three effective options Mati January 15 2014 at 2 51 pm Hey Chuck I really like this and the way that it can apply to scoring drills in practice as well as in the match My team is struggling with their overall consistency out of serve receive and I am already putting together a perfect 10 scoring serve receive drill Thanks for that I also like the idea of scoring each rotation The rotations with the highest average score would be your most successful and let you know which rotations you are weakest in It would be easy to keep track of this by hand on the bench and would likely provide some valuable feedback about where subs may be best used later in the match By introducing the scoring during practice and making it a game you can teach your players the scoring and increase the possibility using it effectively to motivate in match situations I m going to stop now The possibilities for this are abundant Thanks for sharing I will give Coach Rey credit every time that I introduce this to a team Chuck Rey January 15 2014 at 2 59 pm Thanks JB Hitting is not an easy number for players to comprehend during a match statistics typically aren t considered during play anyway Hitting is Kills Errors Total Attempts It teaches make a kill don t make an error What about the swings the attempts that are dug The Team concept is the focus It can also be easily remembered by a coach or even some players during a rally Chuck Chuck Rey January 15 2014 at 3 01 pm I considered 4 point for perfect pass situations too I know some teams use a 4 5 and even 6 point scale but that makes it more complicated already I know it doesn t sound like it but with a 3 point scale for each skill each contact is weighed the same In addition players can easily remember each scale through the system It s not a perfect system and certainly room for growth Each coach can also manipulate to fit their needs Chuck Rey January 15 2014 at 3

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  • The Top 35 U.S. Volleyball Players of All Time – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    won a bronze medal on the beach in 2004 with Holly McPeak She finished tied for fifth with Nicole Branagh in 2008 17 TODD ROGERS A 2008 beach Olympic gold medalist Rogers ranks fourth in the world in all time international wins 22 and is approaching 2 million in career earnings 18 KAROLYN KIRBY A 2004 Volleyball Hall of Fame inductee Kirby at one time held the women s pro beach record for victories 67 until Holly McPeak surpassed her 19 JEFF STORK A Pepperdine alum Stork was a member of both the 2008 and 1992 U S Men s Olympic teams that won gold and bronze medals respectively Played in three Olympics 20 DEBBIE GREEN Still considered the best setter in the history of women s volleyball Green was a member of the 1980 and 1984 U S Women s Olympic teams helping the 1984 team win a silver medal Trained six All American setters including Misty May Treanor as an assistant coach at Long Beach State 21 BOB CTVRTLIK An NCAA champion at Pepperdine Ctvrtlik played in three indoor Olympics helping the U S to a gold medal in 1998 and a bronze in 2002 22 RITA CROCKETT Crockett was another key member of the 1984 U S Women s Olympic Team that won the silver medal in Los Angeles Also was part of the 1980 team that did not compete due to the boycott of the Moscow Olympics A 1984 Sports Illustrated piece labeled her the world s best athlete at the time 23 MIKE DODD Dodd and partner Mike Whitmarsh won the silver medal in beach at the 2006 Olympics in Atlanta Finished his beach career with 75 career wins and over 1 75 million in career earnings 24 PAT POWERS Powers won an NCAA championship as a player at USC and then won a gold medal as part of the 1984 U S Men s Olympic Team Went on to enjoy a successful beach career 25 DUSTY DVORAK Dvorak was a member of the 1984 U S Men s Olympic Team that won the gold medal He was inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame in 1998 26 CAREN KEMNER Kemner who played collegiately at Arizona was a member of three U S Women s Olympic teams Kemner helped the 1992 team win a bronze medal in Barcelona 27 GENE SELZNICK Selznick is regarded as one of the most dominant indoor players in the history of the game The FIVB named him one of the top two American players of the 20th century with Karch Kiraly A 1988 Volleyball Hall of Fame member Selznick was a member of the 1960 and 1966 U S teams that won world championships 28 CLAY STANLEY The son of Hall of Famer Jon Stanley Clay Stanley has played in two Olympics for the U S 2004 and 2008 helping the men win gold in Beijing The Stanleys are the first father son U S Olympians in USA Volleyball history

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  • Proactive & Reactive Volleyball Statistics – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    photo of my clipboard He must have been curious the statistics I was keeping during the match You can find that exact offensive statistic chart in the presentation PDF below Last season while out recruiting I was standing court side with Shelton Collier and we talked a bit about statistics He brought to my attention the purpose of bench statistics to help win the next point or next set versus statistics kept as a summary of what happened in a match Quite a valid point I ve since altered my use of statistics during a match to help my team win but I must admit I do take some statistics during a match that provide an overview of a set Great coaches are proactive those that provide information to a player prior to something happening Most coaches are reactive informing players after something happens duh It is more challenging to be proactive but also more rewarding I continue to learn how to develop my skills as a proactive coach Following is from my recent USAV Palmetto Region Coaching Clinic in Charleston SC January 2013 All of these charts I have used in one capacity or another throughout my coaching career

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  • Coaches are Teachers – 100 Stores that Give Teachers (Coaches) Discounts – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    The Limited teachers can get 15 off every purchase when you flash your school ID Old Navy Hit Old Navy at the right time and teachers can score 10 to 20 off their total purchase You ll need to visit during Teacher Appreciation Week in May and show your teacher ID Cozy Orange Get discounted yoga wear and gear with Cozy Orange s Teacher Discount Program New York Company Through their Big Apple for the Teacher program New York and Company offers 15 off any in store purchase for teachers You can also earn extra credit which is 20 off your first purchase plus special offers emailed throughout the year J Crew Show your valid school ID and J Crew will offer 15 off any full priced in store item for teachers Madewell J Crew s sister store Madewell also offers teachers 15 off in stores Electronics Download classroom software save on computers and much more with these teacher discounts for electronics and digital services Bose Famous for its music systems Bose offers up to 15 off for teachers You ll need to call Bose directly and ask for their Educators Program Dell K 12 teachers can enjoy special pricing from Dell both for classroom technology and personal purchases AT T Many educational organizations offer a discount on wireless service through AT T To find out if you re eligible just enter your work email address on AT T s website JourneyEd Get discounts on academic software through JourneyEd s educator shop Lenovo With the Lenovo Academic Purchase Program teachers can receive exclusive offers and discounts for Lenovo products You ll just need to select your school Apple Store Apple offers special education pricing on computers software and other products for teachers These discounts are valid for school purchases as well as personal ones Sony Sony offers both discounts and rewards to teachers with cut rates on projectors and flat panel displays plus extra credit points for your school that can be redeemed for Sony products Sprint For members of the National Education Association as well as members or state education associations Sprint offers 18 off select plans for new accounts Adobe Teachers can take advantage of discounted software through Adobe just by purchasing Teacher editions of their most popular products HP Register with HP Home Stores Academic Purchase Program and teachers can purchase products with discounts of up to 15 Verizon Wireless Contact your school district teacher s union education association or simply visit Verizon directly to find out if you re eligible for a teacher discount at Verizon Wireless Food Dining Treat yourself with a discounted night out at these restaurants that love teachers Uno Chicago Grill With your International Teacher Identity Card you can get 10 off your meal at Uno Chicago Grill not just in Chicago Starbucks Although Starbucks doesn t have a formal teacher discount if you ask nicely many baristas will give you one Dunn Bros Coffee Another coffee shop discount we can t

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  • 50 Team Management Tools John Wooden Wished He’d Had – Volleyball Coach Chuck Rey | Volleyball Blog | College Volleyball Coach
    Motivation These tips from productivity blog Dumb Little Man are more applicable for an office team but that doesn t mean they don t apply to your team on the field though Keep your team motivated by remembering simple tactics like the carrot is better than the stick If you don t know what that means maybe you are more ready for this list than you thought Group Exercise Part of team management is the ability to actually build your team s skills and help out their strengths These group games and exercises will help to not only hone your team s spirit but if your team isn t familiar with one another yet there are games here so they can get to know each other too UpToUs If you have the drive and the passion but you aren t quite interested in pulling together a group of coworkers for a rec league then maybe you are meant to do something more UpToUs is a resource for parents teachers and coaches to have the opportunity to help kids in need be the people they are capable of being Connect with people with common interests and work together to do some good for the kids Money Time Saving Tools Kids Eat For Got a lot of kids that you need to feed but cash is tight Check out Kids Eat For which is a great way to find places where kids can eat for free or at least a little more cheaply Finds deals near you with the site or an app for your smartphone Bla Bla List This is a simple list creator that will allow you to create and share concise lists Need help just remembering notes or challenges you ve offered your team This tool will help you remember those things when you are less busy Tada List Another list creation tool Tada List allows you to make simple check off lists so you can easily click and be done with your tasks 30 Ways to be Frugal Having a problem budgeting your funds so that you re not able to afford all the things your team needs Find ways to save with this list of functional and frugal tips that will assure you have the dough you need when it is time to spoil the team with a pizza party FreebieSave Another great way to save money is with coupons and freebies This site offers ways you can shave off dollars from normally pricey endeavors Fat Wallet For more coupons and deals than you can shake a stick at be sure to give Fat Wallet a look see similar to Freebie Save this site has plenty of ways to earn cash back and big savings on anything from food to books to yes even sports equipment More With Less Today This blog adds a personal touch to the savings game and new deals are released all the time A must for any savvy saver BetterBudgeting A team

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