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IPE and iVolleyStats

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IPE and iVolleyStats

Posted on 26 March 2011 by Chuck Rey

Who’d a thunk it? Who’d a thunk that a brainstorming session with Mike Hebert at Minnesota would turn into a new statistic for volleyball? Really, it’s an old statistic with a positive spin, but it makes sense to players. It’s hard to teach the negative and easy to teach the positive. Thus came ‘In Play Efficiency’ or I.P.E. You can learn more about it on an old blog post: What is IPE? Continue Reading

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Standing Blocks – Marcin Możdżonek

Posted on 26 March 2011 by Chuck Rey

możdżonek blocks from Shandtil on Vimeo.

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Misty and Kerri are Back for Round 3

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Misty and Kerri are Back for Round 3

Posted on 11 March 2011 by Chuck Rey

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Points Earned and Errors Match Sheet

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Points Earned and Errors Match Sheet

Posted on 11 March 2011 by Chuck Rey

Following is another resource for pencil wielding bench statisticians (like me).  A chart I concocted to track a team’s points earned and errors.  It paints a picture of a team’s strengths and weaknesses, BUT I encourage coaches not to make snap judgments from a single match.  This is best analyzed post tournament. Continue Reading

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USA Volleyball’s Success is Open Source

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USA Volleyball’s Success is Open Source

Posted on 03 March 2011 by Chuck Rey

doug beal marv dunphy carl mcgown hugh mccutcheon 300x226 USA Volleyballs Success is Open Source volleyballToday, I listened to an audio recording of USA Volleyball’s Head Coach Hugh McCutcheon’s Q & A presentation at last December’s AVCA Convention in Kansas City.  A question raised to Hugh was, “How does the world perceive the success of USA Volleyball when it does not have a professional league?”.  Hugh’s response was based on the United States’ culture of “fighting until the end”, competitive advantages, and coaching methodologies.  Of which I agree, but these are small pieces of a larger puzzle.  An Open Source puzzle. Continue Reading

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Coach Chuck Rey is Assistant Coach at Miami University


Prior to this position, he was Assistant Coach at Winthrop University, the University of Minnesota and Georgia Southern University.

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