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Stat Definitions
Kill: A kill is awarded to a player any time an attack is unreturnable by the opposition and is a direct cause of the opponent not returning the ball or any time the attack leads directly to a blocking error by the opposition. A kill leads directly to either a point or side-out. When a player is awarded a kill, the player also is awarded and attack attempt.

Assist: A player is awarded an assist whenever that player passes, sets or digs the ball to a teammate who attacks the ball for a kill. There are three possible outcomes of a ball that is being set.

  • An assist
  • An assist error or ball-handling error
  • A zero assist. This occurs when a ball that is set does not lead directly to a kill or side-out.

 
Dig: A dig is awarded when a player passes the ball that has been attacked by the opposition. Digs only are given when players receive an attacked ball and it is kept in play. That does not include passing a free ball or passing a serve. Only passing an attacked ball and keeping it in play is a dig.

 
Ace: A service ace is a serve that results directly in a point. A service ace is awarded to a player:

  • If the serve strikes the opponents court untouched.
  • If the serve is touched by the opponent, but can not be kept in play.
  • If the official calls a violation on the receiver, ie, a lift.
  • If the receiving team is out of rotation, ie, overlap.

 
Block: A block is awarded when a player(s) blocks the ball into the opponent's court leading directly to a point or side out. There are three possible outcomes when a player(s) is blocking.

  • The player(s) is credited with a successful block solo or block assist.
  • The player is charged with a block error.
  • The attack attempt is deflected off the blocker's hands and is kept in play by one of the teams.
A block solo (BS) is awarded when a player blocks the ball into the opposition's court leading directly to a point or a side-out. That player is the only blocker attempting to block the ball.

A block assist (BA) is awarded when two or three players block the ball into the opponent's courtfor point or side-out. Each player receives a bock assist even if only one player actually blocks the ball.

A blocking error (BE) occurs when an official calls a blocker for a violation.

Kill Leaders
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Assist Leaders
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Dig Leaders
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Block Leaders
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Ace Leaders
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Serve Pts. Leaders
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