John Dunning, former coach at Stanford, says the difference between a good setter and a great setter is net play. Are you adept at using your hands to control the ball and not just your arms and shoulders? To train hand control, have one tosser stand a few feet apart from the setter. The tosser should toss low balls (below the chest) to the setter, who must use only her hands to make the set. Avoid squatting or leaning the body to catch the ball. Instead, manipulate the hands to generate power and accuracy.