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    Freshman In Volleyball

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    One of my biggest fears as a Freshman in college is gaining the Freshman fifteen. So I decided to be proactive and join the volleyball team. Volleyball is a sport that I relish and I find myself to be rather superior at. Earlier last week, I set up an appointment with Coach Dawn to examine my volleyball skills, therefore I could get a spot on the team. Day in, and day out, I was perfecting my performance, therefore Coach Dawn did not have to hesitate on choosing me to be on the team. When it was

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    Volleyball Monologue

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    Memoir What do you think when you hear volleyball; serve, bit, pass, net and ball. It's so much more than that it's aggression, passion, oomph,uphill battle, and love. At first I thought volleyball was just for fun, but then one day that all changed. "Hurry up and make sure that you have everything you need," my mom shouted. "Okay, I'll be out in a minute," I replied. I promptly jammed my shoes into my bag, zipped it and rushed out my bedroom and down to the front door. My mom rushed in and said

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    Volleyball Monologue

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    Bump! Set! Spike! They say sports don’t come naturally, but volleyball did for me. I had never even played before. As I grew up I have grown to love it. Volleyball for me is an escape. Some us music I use volleyball. I’ve played in elementary, middle, and now high school. Forth grad a year care free year. I bring a paper home from school about some sport called volleyball. When I got home that day I gave the paper to my mom and she had asked me if I wanted to try out I said sure. The next day

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    The Undefeatable Duo: Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh People have this weird assumption that volleyball is a sport anyone can play. Some believe that volleyball is an easy, girly sport women play just to wear spandex. Guys only go to watch their butts. Meanwhile, volleyball is an Olympic sport. It is broken in between a six woman team, as well as beach volleyball. Beach volleyball is way harder because you only have two people; communication is key. Two women came from two different lives

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    Lefty In Volleyball

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    This is how you make an outside attack in volleyball, also known as a spike. You should do it because this is hard to receive and can gain you many points. Begin by going outside the court and around at least the ten-foot line. The setter will set you and you MUST wait till the ball is at itś highest point. Once the ball reaches it’s highest point, you start your approach. For a right-handed person you must take one step into the court with your left leg and left-handed people do the same only with

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    Volleyball Volleyball was created in the United States, but is now played in 211 countries around the world. William G. Morgan, the inventor, created a mix of basketball, baseball, tennis, and handball to make volleyball. Volleyball is a game played by two teams. A ball is hit by hand over a high net. To score a point you must make the ball reach the ground on the opponent's side of the court. There are many rules in volleyball. Some basic rules are, that there are six people on a court at a time

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    Volleyball Essays

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                        Volleyball      The sport of volleyball was created by a man named William G. Morgan of Holyoke, Massachusetts in 1895. Morgan was a physical education teacher at the YMCA and called it "mintonette". It was an indoor or outdoor pastime that had characteristics of both handball and tennis. The first rules were written down by Morgan himself. He

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    Society “Dig” Volleyball as a Subculture? I. Introduction The individuality within diverse subcultures has given so much to society already. Subcultures such as volleyball have been given a chance to grow in our society and spread to other cultures connecting nations across the globe. It takes time for a subculture to be accepted by our society today. Once it is accepted, membership in subculture grows as more people feel comfortable joining a mainstream subculture such as volleyball. However, to

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    different writing styles and skills. A non-school discourse community that helped me develop as a writer was volleyball. There are many aspects to volleyball that a player has to understand: the common goals, the rules, and the terminology. Being a part of the volleyball discourse community, I was able to get a job at the University of North Georgia as a volleyball referee. This discourse

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    Volleyball in the USA and around the world has been around a long time. Volleyball is a very popular sport and it continues to grow everyday. Both men and women enjoy the sport and it is a good way to get physically fit and have fun. Volleyball is a sport you can play almost anywhere, the beach, on a court, in a pool, or even in the grass. It is a very competitive sport and is played professionally. Volleyball originated in the United States and there are more than forty six million Americans

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