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The count of service attempts leading directly to a point for the serving team. A serve which lands in the opponent’s court without being touched or that is touched but cannot be controlled and returned.
Passing or setting the ball to a teammate who attacks for a kill.
The start point, end point, and result of every attack.
Ball Handling Error
The count of attempted sets resulting in an illegal action called by the official such as double contact or lift.
The count of blocks by a single player resulting in a point for the blocking team. That player must be the only player attempting to block the ball.
The count of blocks by 2 – 3 players resulting in a point for the blocking team. Each player receives a block assist, even if only one player makes contact with the ball.
An attack that touches the opposing blocker’s hands, causing a change in the direction or speed of the ball.
Count of all kills, attack errors, and attacks in play.
Count of attack attempts leading directly to a point for the opposing team.
Measures a player’s hitting efficiency.
Kills — Errors / Total attempts
An attack that results directly in a side-out and/or point for the attacking team.
The average rating for all serves.
3=Poor pass or overpass
Serve Receive Rating
The average rating for all serve-receives.
0=Service reception error
1=Poor pass or overpass
Measures a player’s ability to serve the ball in play.
Total serves — Serve errors / Total serves
Service Winning %
The percentage of time the serving team wins the point.
Service points won / Total serves
The percentage of time the receiving team wins the point.
Receiving points won / Total opponent serves
The count of illegal actions called by the official such as foot fault, in the net, or player out of rotation.
Any attack attempt that’s kept in play by the opposition.