I played college ball and we had our own little variations of what terms
we used on and off the court.
Six-pack: When you hit an opponant in the face so hard she falls on her
Nugie; When the middle blocker is set up on the second hit. It usually
happens after a blocked ball has come up. I'm setter, so I would always
scream out "It's a nugie!"
Leaded: This referrs to a set that comes lower and faster than normal.
My hitters would just always say before hand if they wanted their set
leaded or not. (I don't know where that come from.)
"It's snowing": Refers to someones underwear*** our of their
Tool time: When a short player gets a kill off a touch by the other teams
Pitch fork: A tandem.
Oscar: I 1 set to the middle blocker and right side hitter. Also known
as the sandwich.
Grasshopper: A serve that looks like it's going to net, but them somehow
Doddie-Doe: We always referred to big, tall, uncoorinated, fat girls as
this. It somehow fits.
I'm sure there has got to be more, I just can't think of any off hand.
HOpe you can use these, they make me laugh just thinking about them.
> If you haven't read the previous Dec.2 posting please do.
> I still need more terms and slang you use on or off the court that pertains
> to volleyball. It need not be something fancy, it can be common terms
> anything really. I wanted to say thanks to those that have helped out so far.
> It will be completed by the 13th of Dec. and online a week after or so.
> Take Care, and I wish you all well.