but it will. TriVolle is a team sport played by two teams of two players around a TriVolle set. Opposing teams line up across from each other with the TriVolle set in the centre. The ball is put into play with a serve. Once the ball is served the players can move anywhere they want-there are no sides and boundaries. The object of the game is to hit the ball onto the net so that the opposing team cannot return it. Each team is allowed up to three touches to return the ball, similar to volleyball. In TriVolle, possession changes when the ball hits off the net. The ball cannot hit the rim and must get off the net in one bounce. The rally continues until the ball isn't returned properly. TriVolle (known as Spikeball over there) is currently the fastest growing sport in America with over 1 million players.
Here's why: https://youtu.be/FLfGpcA2Pl8 Now put your tongue back in your mouth and come and #jointhemovent because #weaintlikinifyouaintspikin.
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We are a society aimed at improving engagement and interaction amongst physiotherapy students at the University of Southampton. Our goals:1) Increase integration of students from a multitude of differing degree pathways (MSc and BSc).2) Creating an environment in which information can be shared for the benefit of the student body and the academic performance.3) Promoting the values of SUSU via increasing engagement from physiotherapy students.4) Gathering students together in order to raise awareness and interest in inta-mural sports.5) Create a unique identity which can be continued for years to come. We aim for physiotherapy students to feel that they have ownership of our profession and our society.