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The keys to executing an effective setter attack are as follows: 1. Getting you feet to the ball. In order for the setter attack to be a possibility, the setter must be in position to have options. 2. The setter must jump set. Jump setting will make the middle blocker respect the possibility that you will set the hitter. 3. Deception.
A “1” or a “Quick” attack is an in-system 3rd or 4th-step tempo set to the middle attacker directly in front of the setter. Different teams run this play at different tempos. A 3rd-step quick attack is slower than a 4th-step quick attack. Each tempo has its own pros and cons, which you can see in our “Set tempo” video series on GMS+.
Disguising the attack by having both hands up as if you’re going to set. Making good decisions on which balls to set and which balls to attack. Directing the shot to spots on the court where it is least likely to get dug. Want to learn more about setting? Use of the legs in back setting; Lauren Carlini: Jump setting or the setter attack
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A “Setter Dump” is a one-handed 2nd-contact attack by a front row setter attempting to score a kill instead of setting that second contact to one of the avai...
You can be deceptive with who you are going to set. If you can draw the middle blocker to you on a quick attack, the setter could see the middle blocker sticking to the quick attack and then decide to set the ball to the outside. This will leave a one-on-one situation for the outside attacker. 3) Create separation. The quick move to the middle will space out the attackers.
Jim Stone covers how a team can defend the occasional setter attack (often referred to as a "dump"). Once a team knows that the pass is not coming back over the net, all eyes need to be on the setter's movements. When the setter contacts the ball, the back row diggers should all cinch in to prepare for the setter's dump. The left and right back row diggers should take several steps inside of the court to prepare for the tip.