Definition of volleyball
: a game played by volleying an inflated ball over a net; also : the ball used in this game
Recent Examples of volleyball from the Web
Shemanski, a 6-foot-3 right-side hitter, and Snyder, a setter, are two of several former Lincoln-Way North volleyball players who now call Lincoln-Way East home.
TENNIS French Open, men’s and women’s third round, 4 a.m., TENNIS; 11 a.m., NBC 27, 41 VOLLEYBALLFIVB World League, Canada vs. United States, 2 p.m., NBCSN (same-day tape) KEY: FSKC – Ch.
Fenwick athletic director Scott Thies said Lattner was a frequent visitor to Friars volleyball, basketball and football games through the years.
Camp: Woodbridge High School will host a middle school volleyball camp 6:30-9 p.m., June 19-22.
For the second time in the Ransom Evereglades School boys’ volleyball history, the Raiders won the District 14 Championship.
Mr. Salazar, now 39 and a technology consultant, first met Ms. Cetner, 36 and a nurse practitioner at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, at a volleyball game in Manhattan in the fall of 2012.
First was her former volleyball teammate who died in a lightning strike while in Army training at Fort Knox in Aug. 2010.
BOYS VOLLEYBALLSite: Huntington Beach Edison High.
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First Known Use of volleyball
VOLLEYBALL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of volleyball for English Language Learners
: a game in which two teams of players hit a large ball back and forth over a high net
: the ball used to play volleyball
VOLLEYBALL Defined for Kids
Definition of volleyball for Students
1 : a game played by two teams that hit a ball filled with air over a net without letting the ball touch the ground
2 : the ball used in volleyball
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