Irvan Brar Signs 1st Professional Contract, Is Heading to SWD Duren
SWD Duren continues its tradition of signing Canadian players
James Shaw Releases a Statement About His Plans for Next Year
James Shaw has decided not to play professional volleyball in order to finish his education. Shaw published a blog titled “Plans” in which he explains his decision.
Final Six Is Set After Wins by Netherlands, Turkey
Italy did all it could after a slow VNL start, but came up just short as the Netherlands and Turkey came through with victories on Wednesday to sew up the final two spots in the Final Six.
Balanced Attack Guides USA in Sweep of South Korea
It was an all-around effort with seven players chipping in five or more points for the Americans, who got back on track after Tuesday’s loss with a dominating sweep of South Korea.
Poland Sweeps, Japan Outlasts Dominican Republic in 5
After falling behind 2-1 in the match, Japan dug deep and pulled out two deuce sets for the win over the Dominican Republic. Poland put up 10 blocks and served up nine aces in a crushing sweep of Russia on Wednesday.
6-Team Field for 2018 FIVB Volleyball Men’s Challenger Cup Now Set
The six-team field for the 2018 FIVB Volleyball Men’s Challenger Cup is now set with a chance at qualification in the 2019 Volleyball Nations League.
Canadian National Teamer Ryley Barnes Signs With Lube Civitanova
Barnes will resume his partnership with coach Giampaolo Medei
U.S. National Team Captain David Smith Signs with Resovia
In an off-season that has seen Polish power Asseco Resovia Rzeszow jettison about half of its team after a 4th-place finish…
#VNL Update: Four of Final Six Spots Are Full after Day 13
Just two spots are still available in the Volleyball Nations League Final Six after the close of play on Tuesday as two more teams – Brazil and Serbia – punched their tickets to China.
Serbia Punches Ticket to Final Six with 3-1 Upset of USA
Any questions on Serbia’s ability to solidify its spot in the VNL Final Six were put to rest on Tuesday as the team, despite what many thought was a depleted roster, knocked off No. 2 United States in four sets to punch its ticket to China.