The aim of this thesis is to analyze the differences in setting and attacking performance between the first and the second highest Austrian Womens Volleyball League. In detail, the work clarifies deviations between these two leagues regarding the distribution of attack combinations and their efficiency. Also, the setters efficacy from various setting zones is analyzed. Furthermore, it is examined if attackers of the first and the second league can compensate for an inaccurate set at the same level. For the analysis, five matches from each of the first and the second league were examined using the sports game analysis software MASA. Setting analysis included setting area, movement behavior, tempo, setting position and efficacy. Concerning the analysis of the attack, direction and effectiveness were determined. Significant statistic differences were analyzed using the X test. Questions, which contained less data per category due to many categories, were examined using the Freeman-Halton test.The results of the study show a significant difference in the distribution of attack combinations between the two leagues. In addition, setters of the first league use the jump set as setting technique significantly more often. Further, their sets played from the ideal setting zone have a higher quality. Attackers of the first league can perform significantly better in their attacks. There is no difference in attack efficiency after inaccurate settings. In conclusion, this work has demonstrated , that players of the highest Austrian Volleyball League show higher quality in their setting performance and more efficiency in their attacks than players of the second highest league. Future analysis, including preceding actions, could have the potential to provide better insight into the differences between the first and the second Austrian Volleyball League.