developed by E.D. Mitchell (University of Michigan) in the
ways to advance the ball:
Dribbling with feet (soccer)
Dribbling with hands (volleyball)
Passing with hands (basketball)
Ball that is played with the hands when it is in the air. May also be passed.
When an aerial ball becomes a ground ball or vice versa
Pick up a ground ball
Bounce the ball once
Punt or drop kick the ball
Put ball in play after an opponent has scored
Ball that is played with the feet when it is in contact with the ground. May be rolling, bouncing or stationary.
Begins the game from center field
Puts an out of bounds ball back into play Can be executed with one or two hands. Can be overhand or underhand throw. It must be touched by a player on the field before the person who took the throw-in can play it.
3 points An attacker with an aerial ball converts it to the ground by dropping it. On a
bounce it is kicked over the goal post.
2 points Kick in between the goal post from anywhere on the field.
1 point A drop kick that is awarded to the offense when a defensive player commits
a violation in the penalty area. It is taken at the penalty kick mark and only
the Goalie is allowed to defend it.
2 points An aerial pass from an attacker who is outside the penalty area and caught
by a teammate who is behind the goal line but not between the goalposts.