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Course 6:   Statistics

Lesson 2:   Best Practices

  1. Dashboard
    From here you can see your team’s point scor­ing per­cent­age, attack effi­cien­cy, block touch per­cent­age, side out per­cent­age and defen­sive con­ver­sion per­cent­age. Check this dash­board from week to week to see how your team’s stats change.

  2. Make Better Decisions
    There are tons of ways to improve your deci­sions with these sta­tis­tics. Here are just a few examples.

    • Under the serv­ing cat­e­go­ry, you notice play­er 15 has a low­er-than-aver­age point scor­ing per­cent­age. Player 7, who doesn’t play as often, has a much high­er point scor­ing per­cent­age. You decide to sub play­er 7 in to serve for play­er 15 dur­ing your next match. You con­tin­ue to track play­er 7’s point scor­ing per­cent­age each week to ensure they’re still per­form­ing well.
    • On the Scoring tab, you notice your team’s PS con­sis­tent­ly decreas­es from game one until game five. You decide to work with your team on serv­ing dur­ing the parts of prac­tice when they’re most tired. You watch to make sure your PS increas­es dur­ing games two through five over the next few weeks.
    • On the Scoring tab, you notice your team’s PS con­sis­tent­ly decreas­es from game one until game five. You decide to work with your team on serv­ing dur­ing the parts of prac­tice when they’re most tired. You watch to make sure your PS increas­es dur­ing games two through five over the next few weeks.