How to Keep Score in Volleyball 
How to Keep Score in Volleyball
by eHow / Addison Musser
Video Lecture 2 of 20
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Date Added: July 11, 2009

Lecture Description


In this video lesson, Volleyball Instructor, Addison Musser, teaches how to keep score in volleyball. There are two ways to do this, side-out scoring which dictates points are awarded to the serving team only and rally scoring where every serve is a point.



Video Transcript: "ADDISON MUSSER: "Hey, my name is Addison from Captain Bill's. I'm going to teach you, how to keep score in volleyball. There are two different ways you can keep score in volleyball. The first way is called traditional or side out scoring. And when using this type of scoring, the only way you can get a point is when you serve the ball. So if my team were to serve the ball, and we get an in on the opposite side of the court, we get it in the square, and on the ground, we get a point. However, if the other team serves, and we hit it out, or they hit it in our square, they get the point. The only way in traditional or side out scoring you can get a point, is if you serve the ball. Typically in traditional or side out scoring the game goes to 15, or 11. The other type of scoring is rally scoring. Rally scoring is where every serve is a point. So if my team serves the ball, but yet the other team gets the ball, and puts it into our side of the court, they get the point, even though they didn't serve the ball, and vice versa. Rally scoring usually goes to, 21, 25 or 30. And that's how you keep score in volleyball."

Course Index

Course Description


In this course, Volleyball Instructor Addison Musser gives 20 easy video lessons on How To Play Volleyball. In this video series, let a longtime volleyball player explain the game of volleyball. First, learn how a volleyball court is set up, how to keep score, as well as how to keep score, spike, block, bump and set a volleyball and how to jump serve. Next, get instructions on buying an outdoor volleyball net, dinking a volleyball, digging out a spike and pancaking a volleyball. Finally, learn about floating a serve, overhand serving, reading a volleyball court and running volleyball drills.

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