Are you curious about the lineup from the last post?
If so, here’s the lineup sheet with the lineups for all three sets in the match to help you out. (Yes, the team name has been removed to “protect the innocent”!)
As it turns out, the starting players for set 1 were 25, 2c, 16, 18, 23, 3 and L1. The starting players for set 2 were 8, 25, 2c, 16, 18, 23 and L1. The starting players for set 3 were 25, 2c, 16, 18, 23, 3 and L1. If you got them all correct, you’re really good!!!
Lineups like this example make scoring both fun and challenging! 🙂
Congrats to Stanford for winning the DI NCAA volleyball finals!!!
And thank you to everyone who stopped by the VolleyWrite booth at the AVCA Convention in Columbus, Ohio. We enjoyed talking to each of you, and we appreciate your interest in improving volleyball by including VolleyWrite.
We have finally managed to read the 2016-2017 volleyball rules for NCAA Women, and we need to clarify one of their statements.
In the Points of Emphasis, the 2016-2017 rules book says,
2. “Computerized Scorekeeping: Some of the computerized scoring processes require rosters to be entered before the match begins. Adding a player’s number to the roster after play begins is time consuming and cumbersome…”
Luckily the authors are not referring to VolleyWrite in this statement. Since NCAA Women’s rosters are not monitored in the same manner as those for USAV, FIVB and NFHS, there is no penalty for adding a player. When you click on/touch an Add Player button conveniently located beneath a team bench (when scoring an NCAA Women’s match), you simply have to enter the number you need, and VolleyWrite adds it to the roster and bench. It literally only takes a couple seconds – we promise!
(We do agree wholeheartedly with their recommendation to have a paper backup until your scorer is proficient. It just makes sense…)
We truly want you to have the best scoring experience ever!