Archive for February 2018

Japan Women: JT Marvelous End Hisamitsu’s Streak & Go to Final

All three matches in the last tripleheader of the Final 6 in the Japanese women’s V.League were played on Saturday…


Japan Men: Panasonic lose but a Toray Win, Puts Panthers in Final

In the Japanese men’s V.League Saturday was the final tripleheader, but only two matches had playoff implications, Panasonic Panthers vs….

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Andrea Masini Goes From HC To Setter, Breaks Liga A Age Record At 47

This certainly is one of the most interesting stories we have ever covered in VolleyMob

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Skra Belchatow’s Grzegorz Lomacz Is Almost Back To Full Health

Good news have finally made its way to Sra’s headquarters,

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Sesc and Minas Advance to South American Club Championship Finals

There were no surprises on the pool stage and semifinals of the South American Club Championship

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Beach Major Series Introduces Modified Pool Play at #FTLMajor

The 2018 Beach Major Series will feature modified pool play rounds for the first time at the Fort Lauderdale Major next week, with a heavy emphasis on rankings.

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Poland’s Prudel/Szalankiewicz Hold On for Kish Island Gold

No. 3 seed Mariusz Prudel and Jakub Szalankiewicz of Poland prevailed for the Kish Island gold medal in just their second FIVB tournament together, following a fifth-place showing at the Hague in January.

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Big West Starts Out Strong, #11 Pepperdine Shocks #2 UCLA; Feb. 23 Late Night Recap

UCSB got Big West play off with plenty of fireworks while others like #11 Pepperdine scored a big upset; Feb. 23 Late Night Recap.

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George Mason Posts Historic Sweep at Penn State to Lead Friday Action

No. 20 George Mason made history Friday night, posting its first ever road sweep of No. 8 Penn State, while…

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(RV) King Survive Mount Olive, St. Andrews Wins A Pair At Queens

In Friday afternoon action, (RV) King survived a comeback attempt from host Mount Olive in Conference Carolinas play to win in 5 and stay undefeated in CC. Additionally, Queens hosted a tri-match that had NAIA member St. Andrews walk away with two quick sweep victories over the host and Alderson-Broaddus.

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