USA Volleyball Scorer Test A

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1 Exam Instructions and Information: Read each question thoroughly and answer each question on the attached answer sheet using current USA Volleyball Domestic Competition Regulations and the Scoring Instructions. Team S refers to the serving team and Team R refers to the receiving team. When a team s serve or receive status is not relevant to the question, Team A or Team B is used to differentiate the teams. Assume there are no other conditions than those specifically mentioned in the question. For questions 1 through 46, read each situation carefully and indicate on the answer sheet whether the statement and/or action taken is True or False: 1. When completing the Officials section of the sheet, the names are entered last name, then first initial, using all upper-case letters (i.e., SMITH, J). 2. Time on the sheet is International time: 13: The Receiving team should have an X on the 1 st service round box in Column I. 4. The team that is listed on the left side of the sheet in Set 1 is given the designation of Team A. In set 2 this team will be Team B as they are on the right side of the sheet. 5. After the scorer receives the line-ups, no player changes may be made unless a regular substitution is used. 6. The scorer uses the score sheet to verify player positions for each team, as the second referee checks team line-ups on the court prior to the start of each set. 7. The team line-ups should be entered in pencil on the score sheet. 8. The Libero(s) Number(s) is recorded on the score sheet as well as the Libero Control Sheet. USA Volleyball Page 1 of 15

2 9. A Line-up sheet that is signed and submitted may be changed up to 1 minute before set time by the coach or floor captain without a substitution being charged. 10. Team A coach submits the line-up for Set 1 and all 3 sets have the line-ups filled out. Only Set 1 has the coach s signature. For Set 2 the scorer may enter the Team A line-up without the coach s signature. 11. In order for the Libero(s) to play anytime during the match, they must be listed on the Set 1 line-up sheet. 12. On Team A #6 subs for # 4. The Libero replaces #6 and when the Libero comes to the front row #4 comes in for the Libero. This is okay since both #4 and #6 are in that position. 13. If Team A is using only 1 Libero for the match, the second Libero box should be left blank. 14. The first of the two Liberos listed is the only Libero allowed on the court immediately after the second referee checks the line-up of Set 1 of the match. 15. At the end of the set the scorer should circle the last point scored in the Points column for each team. 16. Team A lists #2 and #4 as Liberos, in that order. After the second referee checks the line-up for Set 2, Libero #4 enters the set and the assistant scorer allows it. 17. When the captain is replaced by the Libero, the scorer should write the number of the replacement captain in the margin of the score sheet. 18. When an illegal Libero replacement is made, the assistant scorer waits until after the contact of the serve and then notifies the second referee of the fault. USA Volleyball Page 2 of 15

3 19. On Team B a Libero replaces player #10. After a few plays the 2 nd Libero replaces the first Libero. The assistant scorer should wait until after the contact of the serve to notify the second referee that this is an illegal Libero replacement. 20. Team A makes substitution Player #11 for Player #9. The substitution is also recorded on the Libero Control Sheet. 21. On the Libero Control Sheet in a Deciding set before the switch point, when a Libero exchange is made by the team on the left it is recorded only on the left side of the sheet. 22. On the Libero Control Sheet in a Deciding set before the switch point, when a substitution is made by the team on the left the Assistant scorer will record the substitution on the left side & far right side of the sheet. 23. Team A makes a substitution. Team B is then granted a time-out. At the end of the time-out, Team A may request an additional substitution. 24. The scorer informs the second referee when a team has used its 9 th, 10 th, 11 th, and 12 th substitutions. 25. Points scored on the serve are slashed; side-out points are circled in USAV scoring. 26. The Exit Score is the total number of points the server scored during that term of service. 27. The score when a Time-out is granted is always recorded in the time-out section by writing the score of the team that is requesting the time-out first followed by the score of the other team. 28. An exceptional sub counts as a team substitution and you should slash a number in the team substitution area. USA Volleyball Page 3 of 15

4 29. Team A s player #22 runs on the court to properly replace the Libero, and then is immediately replaced by a legal substitution, Player #1 for Player #22. The substitution is recorded on the score sheet and play continues. 30. Team A Player #22 runs on the court to properly replace the Libero, and then is immediately replaced by a legal substitution, Player #1 for Player #22. On the Libero Control Sheet only the Libero replacements needs to be recorded. 31. After writing the starting time in pen, the service round section of the score sheet can be done in pencil or pen until the end of the set procedures which are in pen. 32. An illegal substitution is requested by team A. The scorer records the substitution and then allows the ball to be contacted for service before informing the R2 about the illegal substitution. 33. During the set Team B substitutes Player #6 for #2. Later in the set Player #8, who has not been in the set, is substituted for #6. The scorer notifies the second referee that this is an illegal substitution as it would result in three players in the same rotational position. 34. After the second referee whistles, recognizing a substitution by Team B, the scorer makes eye contact with the second referee, slashes the number of the exiting player and writes the number of the incoming player, records the current score with Team B s score first, slashes the next number in the team substitutions running tally, puts the pen/pencil down, and signals ready by raising both hands. 35. While the ball is out of play, Team A s head coach asks the scorer how many time-outs their team has taken. The scorer responds to the question because coaches are permitted to approach the scorer to request this information during a dead ball. 36. In a deciding set, prior to the teams switching sides, substitutions and time-outs taken by the team starting on the scorer s left are recorded only on the left side of the score sheet. When the teams switch sides the scorer should then transfer all the time outs, substitutions and slashed points to the far right. USA Volleyball Page 4 of 15

5 37. At the end of a deciding set you should hour-glass all un-used points on the left, middle and far right Points column of the score sheet. 38. In a team s Service Rounds section of the score sheet, consecutive exit scores can never be the same, but must always increase by at least one point. 39. Team B has a wrong server and the serve is awarded to Team A. The loss of rally point for Team A should be slashed and circled as it was earned on a wrong server. 40. When the referee holds up a yellow card a penalty point is scored for the opposing team. 41. Player #9 on Team A commits a foot fault while serving. The scorer should record an exit score without checking the service round number. 42. Team A was serving, when their player #9 is disqualified for profanity. Team B should be awarded a penalty point and the ball. 43. In Set 1, Team B was sanctioned with a team delay warning. In Set 3, Team B requests a substitution immediately following the whistle and beckon for serve, which is waived off by the second referee. After the play ends, Team B is charged with an improper request. 44. In Set 1 Team B is assessed with an improper request. In Set 2, a player from Team B steps into the substitution zone after the beckon for serve, the scorer should record another improper request on the Set 2 score sheet. 45. In Set 3, Team B requests a substitution, Player #9 for Player #4. Player #9 was replaced by an exceptional sub in Set 1 sat out all of Set 2 but is now taped and ready to play. This substitution is legal. USA Volleyball Page 5 of 15

6 46. When the receiving team wins a rally and earns a point, the scorer records the exit score for the serving team in the appropriate Service Rounds box and slashes the next point in the Points column of the receiving team. For questions 47 through 94, read each statement and select the one choice that best indicates the correct statement and/or action taken by the officials: 47. When entering the player numbers on the Score sheet, the number should be: A. Centered B. To the far left in the box. 48. Through the course of the set, Team B has legally substituted #16 for #5, in position I, and has subbed #2 for 8 in position IV. They now call for #8 for 5, the scorer: A. Does Nothing, it is legal. B. Reject the sub and make the appropriate entry on the score sheet. 49. Team A has seven players, all have played, and #3 gets hurt resulting in an exceptional sub. The injured player replaced by the Exceptional Sub will be out for the rest of the. A. Set B. Match 50. When the referee gives an individual a verbal warning: A. Nothing is recorded. B. A notation is written in the Remarks section 51. In a deciding set the team on the left serves the switch point. At the switch the scorer records this info on the far right side of the score sheet. A. Points at Change, put an x on the service round box number of the current server, make sure all substitutions and time-outs before the switch point were correctly recorded and goes to the current server s service round box. B. Points at change, enters the teams last exit score with no X, make sure all substitutions and time-outs before the switch point were correctly recorded and goes to the current server s service round box (no X or check mark is recorded). 52. Team A serves and scores two points and loses the next rally. Team B was awarded the loss of rally point and is ready to serve. Before Team B serves, the scorer discovers that Team A had a wrong server their entire term of service. After correcting the player positions on the court, what action(s) are taken to correct the situation?... A. Remove the points scored by Team A with no further action and Team B will now serve. B. Remove the points scored by Team A give Team B a penalty point for team A s wrong server, and Team B will now serve. 53. In the Date section March 4, 2012 is written. A. 3/4/2012 B. 03/04/2012 C. 04/03/12 D. 03/04/12 USA Volleyball Page 6 of 15

7 54. For the serving team the S should be: A. Fill in the circle with the S B. Place an X over the circle with the S C. Place an X over the circle with the R. D. Fill in the circle with the R. USA Volleyball 55. After the coin toss, the referee informs the scorer that Team A will serve first. The scorer makes which entries on the score sheet? A. Place an X on the appropriate circled S and circled R to designate which team will serve and which team will receive to start the match, and in the 1 st service round box for the receiving team. B. Place an X on the appropriate circled S and circled R to designate which team will serve and which team will receive to start the match. C. Color in the appropriate circled S and circled R to designate which team will serve and which team will receive to start the match D. Place a check mark on the appropriate circled S and circled R to designate which team will serve and which team will receive to start the match, and place an X in the 1 st service round box for the receiving team. 56. At the conclusion of a 17-and-under match, who must sign the score sheet(s)? A. The scorer, the first referee, and the coach from the winning team B. The scorer, the first referee, and the coaches from both teams C. The scorer, the first referee, and the team captains from both teams D. The scorer, the first referee, the team captains and the coaches from both teams 57. At the end of each set, which of the following item(s) must match the final exit scores recorded in the Scoring section? A. The last points in the Points columns that are not hour-glassed B. The winning and losing team scores recorded in the Results section C. The last points in the Points columns that are slashed and the winning and losing team scores recorded in the Results section D. The scores posted on the visual scoreboard and the first hour-glassed point for each team. 58. The Libero for Team A is not replaced when he/she rotates into the left front position. The assistant scorer recognizes this after Team A scores a point, followed by a Libero exchange. What action must be taken to correct the situation? A. Remove the point scored by Team A with no further action B. Award a point and the service to Team B C. Remove the point scored and award a point and the service to Team B D. Charge Team A with a delay sanction with no further action and the service to Team B 59. When using separate score sheets for each set, what information must be carried forward from one set to the next? A. All sanctions B. Exceptional substitution remarks C. Remarks on points cancelled by referee. D. A and B USA Volleyball Page 7 of 15

8 60. At the end of Set 1 what notation(s) should the scorer should do what to the Points column. A. Circle the last slashed point for both teams. B. Circle the last slashed point and hour glass the unused points for both teams. C. Use 1 hourglass to cover the unused points for Team A and 1 hour glass for team B. D. Use 1 hourglass for each column of unused points for Team A and 1 hourglass for each column of unused points for Team B. 61. The scorer notices the wrong player is about to serve. When is the referee notified? A. When the referee blows the whistle for service B. When the ball is contacted for service by the server. C. Before the serve so the correct player will serve. D. When the play is finished 62. When recording information on the score sheet, at what point is the scorer allowed to switch from pen to pencil? A. After receiving the line-ups so that they can be entered in pencil B. After recording the line-ups on the score sheet, just before the first serve C. Anytime, since pencil is an option for the entire score sheet D. After recording the start time for the set, when the first referee beckons for serve 63. When are the starting line-ups for all sets except Set 1 due? A. Immediately at the conclusion of the previous set B. One minute prior to the expiration of the three-minute interval between sets C. Thirty seconds prior to the expiration of the three-minute interval between sets D. By the end of the three-minute interval between sets 64. Prior to recording the information on the score sheet, the scorer must review the line-up sheet. In addition to checking for duplicate player numbers, what else must the scorer check? A. A coach or the captain has signed the line-up sheet for that set B. The captain is indicated with a small c C. Liberos are indicated OR an X is written in any blank Libero spot on the line-up sheet D. All of the above 65. When should the scorer circle a slashed point in the Points column? A. At the end of each set, identifying the final point scored by each team B. When an exceptional substitution or Libero re-designation takes place C. After a penalty is assessed D. A point is circled in the Points column in all of the above situations 66. In non-deciding set, the winning team is the 1 st to score: A. 25 points, with a one point lead B. 25 points, with a two point lead, C. 25 points, with a two point lead, cap at 33. D. 33 points, with a one point lead USA Volleyball Page 8 of 15

9 67. On the Libero Control Sheet player #6 is replaced by the first listed Libero # 3. After a few plays the coach replaces the first Libero with the 2 nd Libero #10. Later in the match #6 returns for the 2 nd Libero #10. How is this recorded on the Libero Control sheet. A 6 L R 6 B C. D L R Team A is the receiving team and substitutes #2 for #1 (Team A has 4 points and Team B has 5 points). Later in the set Team A substitutes #1 for #2, and #1 will be serving (Team A has 6 points and Team B has 10 points). Which of the following is the correct way to record the Score at Change for the two substitutions? 69. Team B requests a substitution, which is recognized (whistled) by the second referee. The scorer, seeing that the player has already been in the set, but in a different position in the rotation, notifies the second referee that the substitution is not legal, because it is a wrong position entry request. The second referee denies the substitution and instructs the scorer to record which sanction against Team B? A. Improper request B. Individual Sanction C. Delay Sanction D. Disqualification 70. Team B Player #7 is injured and cannot continue to play. All substitutes have already played in the set, so an exceptional substitution is authorized, Player #11 for Player #7. How does the scorer record the exceptional substitution? A. In the team line-up section slash #7 and write #11, write the score at the time of the exceptional substitution, slash the next number in the team substitutions running tally, and write a remark in the Remarks section B. In the team line-up section circle and slash #7 and write #11, slash the next number in the team substitutions running tally, and write a remark in the Remarks section C. In the team line-up section circle #7 and write #11, and write a remark in the Remarks section D. In the team line-up section circle #7 and write #11, write the score at the time of the exceptional substitution, slash the next number in the team substitutions running tally and write a remark in the Remarks section USA Volleyball Page 9 of 15

10 71. The 2 nd referee finds the wrong player on the court during the line-up check. A. The team is charged a team delay. B. The correct player is placed on the court. C. The team can sub that player on the court. D. Either B or C is correct. 72. When does the scorer place a check mark on the number in the current service round box? A. When the correct player enters the service zone prior to the first referee s service authorization B. When the referee whistles and beckons for service C. When the ball is contacted for service by the correct server for the first time in that term of service D. When any player for that team, including a wrong server, contacts the ball for service 73. Assume no correction tape or fluid is available and the scorer who is using pen makes a mistake. How is it corrected? A. Place an X over the mistake and rewrite the correct information B. Draw a line through the mistake and rewrite the correct information C. Circle and place an X over the mistake and rewrite the correct information D. Scribble through the mistake and rewrite the correct information 74. Team A serves and loses the rally, resulting in Team B scoring the winning point of the set. After recording the final exit score for Team A, how is the point for Team B recorded? A. Slash the point in Team B s Points column only B. Slash the point in Team B s Points column and record the point in the service round box of the player who would be Team B s next server, without placing a check mark in that service round box. C. Record the point in the service round box of the player who would be Team B s next server, place a check mark on that service round box number, and slash the point in Team B s Points column. D. Record the point in the service round box of the player who would be Team B s next server, place an X on that service round box number, and slash the point in Team B s Points column. 75. When a server takes more than eight seconds (five seconds for 14-under) to contact the ball for serve, which of the following occurs? A. The team is charged with a time-out B. The team is assessed with a delay sanction C. A loss of rally is awarded and the opponent receives a point and the service D. The server is granted a re-serve. 76. A deciding set score sheet is used for: A. 3 rd set in 2 out of 3 set match B. 5 th set in 3 out of 5 set match C. 1 set playoff match D. All of the Above USA Volleyball Page 10 of 15

11 77. In which of these situations would a scorer place a check mark over the number in the current service round box? A. When a delay of service is called against the server during the first serve in that term of service B. When the serving team is assessed a penalty sanction prior to the first serve in that term of service C. When there is a wrong server for the team s first serve term of service. D. A check mark is not used in any of the above situations 78. When the teams switch sides in a deciding set, which of the following would NOT appear on the right side of the score sheet? A. Points at change for the team switching from the left side B. All substitutions and time-outs recorded on the right side of the score sheet prior to switching sides C. The last completed exit score with an X over the service round number. D. The last completed exit score without any mark on the service round box. 79. Team B serves and loses the rally. Before Team A serves they ask for a line-up check and it is discovered that during Team A s previous term of service, a wrong server scored four points. After the referee performs a line-up check for Team A, what action(s) is taken? A. Remove the four points scored by Team A, and allow Team B to continue serving B. No action is taken Team A serves C. Remove the loss of rally point scored by Team A, award a point to Team B, and allow Team B to continue serving D. Team A retains the four points scored, and a point and the service is awarded to Team B 80. Where is a wrong server recorded on the score sheet? A. Remarks section B. Sanctions section C. Both the Remarks and Sanctions sections D. Neither the Remarks nor Sanctions section 81. When a team is assessed with its second delay sanction in the match, what should be recorded? A. Delay Warning B. Improper Request C. Delay Penalty D. None of these 82. Team B serves and scores four points before losing the rally. After Team A serves a point, the scorer discovers that a wrong player was on the court for Team B. After placing the correct player on the court, what action(s) are taken to correct the situation? A. Remove the points scored by Team B with no further action B. Team B s Points are retained and Team A is awarded an additional point C. Remove the points scored by Team B and award a point and the service to Team A D. All points scored by Team B are retained with no further action. USA Volleyball Page 11 of 15

12 83. After writing the word FORFEIT in large letters across the scoring sections, where is information about the forfeit recorded on the score sheet? A. Remarks section B. Sanctions section C. Officials section D. Nothing needs to be recorded 84. Team B requests its 3 rd time-out in the set, and the second referee whistles and signals timeout. After the scorer informs the second referee that Team B has already used two time-outs, the second referee immediately ends the time-out and has the scorer record which sanction? A. Improper Request B. Individual Sanction to the Head Coach C. Delay Sanction D. None of the above 85. Team A has only six players. Near the end of Set 1, Team A Player #8 is expelled for making rude comments to the other team, causing Team A to become incomplete. After recording expulsion in the Sanctions section, what does the scorer record on the score sheet? A. A comment in the Remarks section that Team A forfeited the set due to the team being incomplete. B. Awarded points sufficient to have Team B win the set by default, and records a comment in the Remarks section that Team A defaulted the set due to the team being incomplete. C. A comment in the Remarks section that Team A was permitted to continue the set with five players D. A Penalty point is assessed to Team A so that player #8 can stay in the set. A comment in the Remarks section that Player #8 was allowed to continue playing in the set so the team would have six players. 86. During play in Set 2 a player on Team A is injured. Team A has only 5 players and must default the rest of set 2. The scorer should the points in the Points column for Team B to have them win the set. A. Slash B. Circle C. Slash and Circle D. X 87. When recording information in either the Sanctions section or the Remarks section, what is the preferred order for recording the needed information? A. Reason, team member (if applicable), team, set, and score B. Team, team member (if applicable), reason, set, and score C. Score, set, team, team member, reason D. The order of writing Remarks does not matter so long as all information is recorded. USA Volleyball Page 12 of 15

13 88. While the ball is out of play, the Libero is properly replaced by Player #9. On the very next play a ball rolls onto the court and a play-over is indicated. Before the next serve, the Libero replaces the middle back, Player #4. What action does the assistant scorer take? A. Record the replacement on the Libero Control Sheet, L for #4 B. Immediately inform the second referee that there was an incorrect Libero replacement, saying that the Libero must go in for Player #9 C. Wait for the whistle for serve and inform the second referee that there was an incorrect Libero replacement, saying that the Libero must go in for Player #9 D. Wait for the service contact and then inform the second referee that there was an incorrect Libero replacement, saying that the Libero did not sit out for one completed rally 89. A player who is in Set 1 MAY play in set 2. A. Disqualified B. Expelled C. Replaced by an exceptional substitution D. None of these 90. When points are removed due to a wrong server or illegal player in the set, which of the following is NOT removed? A. Time-outs taken by the team not at fault B. Substitutions C. Individual sanctions D. Team sanctions 91. A player on the serving team enters in a wrong position, which is discovered after the team scores three points. After Correcting the wrong position entry, what action(s) must take place? A. Remove the points that were scored after the wrong position entry B. Remove the points that were scored after the wrong position entry and award a point and the service to the opponent C. Award a point and the service to the opponent D. Charge the offending team with a delay sanction 92. During Set 1, Team B was charged with a delay warning. Near the end of Set 2, Team B s Player #5 enters the substitution zone, which would result in the team s 13 th substitution in the set. The second referee motions the player back to the bench without whistling. Which action should the scorer take? A. Record a team delay penalty, assessed to Team B B. Record a team delay warning, assessed to Team B C. Record an improper request, assessed to Team B D. Record a time-out for Team B USA Volleyball Page 13 of 15

14 93. When the referee shows a yellow card over his/her wrist this indicates: A. An improper request. It is recorded by placing an X over the appropriate team letter designation ( A or B ) in the Improper Request box in the Sanctions section. B. A delay warning. It is recorded by slashing the D in the Warning column of the Sanctions section, and then recording the appropriate team letter designation ( A or B ), set number, and current score (sanctioned team score first). C. A delay penalty. It is recorded by writing D in the penalty column of the Sanctions section, and then recording the appropriate team letter designation ( A or B ), set number, and current score (sanctioned team score first). The opposing team is awarded the serve and a point, which is slashed in the team s Points column. D. A delay penalty. It is recorded by writing D in the penalty column of the Sanctions section, and then recording the appropriate team letter designation ( A or B ), set number, and current score (sanctioned team score first). The opposing team is awarded the serve and a point, which is slashed and circled in the team s Points column. 94. In Set 3 Team B is behind by a score of 3-9. Team B s Player #12 is sanctioned with an individual yellow card. How is this recorded in the Sanctions section? USA Volleyball Page 14 of 15

15 95. USA Volleyball For items 95 through 100. Part I match the description given with the correct hand signal by selecting the correct letter from the list Part II indicate if the signal results in a point or not a point. A. Delay of Service B. Delay Penalty C. Delay Warning D. Disqualification E. Expulsion F. Individual Penalty G. Individual Warning 95. Yellow card Point Awarded Yes No 98. Red & Yellow Cards Point Awarded Yes No Red card 96. Point Awarded Yes No 99. Point Awarded Yes No Yellow card 97. Point Awarded Yes No 100. Point Awarded Yes No USA Volleyball Page 15 of 15

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