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Considerations on the efficiency of the attack hit in a women’s senior volleyball team


Introduction: The second division tournament that allows the teams to move up in the first league had, at the start, the 4 best teams in the country. Taken place in Timisoara, between the 12th - 14th of May 2017, this competition gave us the possibility to follow the way in which UVT Agroland Timisoara improve its own attack. This action, according to the statisticians, had the most weight in obtaining the majority of the points.

Aim: This study estaablishes the efficiency of UVT Agroland Timisoara’s attack according to the statistics that were taken out during the 3 games when the team played in the tournament. Moreover, this study highlights the gap between the team in question and the rest of the pack. Heterogeneous in terms of age, the hitters represent both young players (15-16 years old) and also experience ones (28-30 years old). This aspect was managed very well by the head coach who created a perfect connection between young and veteran players.

Metods: For carrying out this study we used the following research methods: study of the literature, observational methods, mathematical and statistical methods.

Results: In the wining sets the efficiency of the attack was 68% and on the losing sets the attack was just 45%. The average winning points of the opposing team is 17 points per set. This is an indication that the team in question (UVT Agroland Timisoara) wins relatively easy the sets that were monitored.

Conclusion: We found that the best efficiency of the attack was 79% in the winning sets. Second best was 62% in the sets that were won very hard. And the lowest efficiency was 46% in the sets that were won relatively easy. This variation of efficiency of the attack is due to some imperfections of the actions prior completing the point, and also the relaxation of the players who think that opposing team is proven to be inferior.

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Social Sciences, Education, other