USA, Russia, China & Italy Win With Now 3 Spots Down to 4 Nations in Pool F
The U.S. Women’s National Team rolled through Turkey in a VNL Finals rematch, as they are one of 4 still up for a top 3 spot in Pool F.
2018 Women’s Volleyball World Championships: October 7th Daily Summary
Louisa Lippmann led Germany to the biggest upset of the tournament so far on Sunday.
Favorites Italy, USA, China, Russia All Sweep to Open Pool F Play
Karsta Lowe started for Team USA as the Americans rolled through Bulgaria to open the 2nd round of play at the Women’s Volleyball World Championships.
2018 FIVB Women’s World Championships – Pool F Preview
Italy enters Pool F in first place after the First Round.
2018 FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Championships – Pool E Preview
2018 FIVB Women’s Volleyball World Championships – Pool E October 7th-11th, 2018 Nippon Giashi Hall, Nagoya, Japan – Capacity 10,000…
Pools, Schedule Set for Round 2 of Women’s Volleyball World Champs
Tijana Boskovic (above) and Serbia were a machine in the preliminary round, using plenty of reserves and still going largely unchallenged.
2018 W. World Championships Daily Summary – October 4
At the end of the day, the Netherlands, Italy, the United States and Serbia wrapped up the preliminary round with perfect 5-0 marks and pool titles.
Pool C: #2 USA Tops #5 Russia, Moves on to 5-0
The 2nd-ranked United States outlasted a tough 5th-ranked Russia squad to finish Pool C action with a 5-0 mark inside Kobe Green Arena Thursday. The loss drops the Russians to 4-1 at the FIVB World Championship.
Pool B: #7 Italy Topples #1 China, Finishes Pool Play at 5-0
7th-ranked Italy rallied all the way back for a 3-1 upset victory after dropping the opening set to top-ranked China. The Italians complete pool play with a perfect 5-0 mark, while the Chinese drop to 4-1 heading to the second round of FIVB World Championship action.
Serbia, Brazil, Dominican Republic Close Out Pool D with Sweeps
Pool D continued its trend of sweeps on the final day of preliminary round action at the FIVB Women’s World Championships with Serbia, the Dominican Republic and Brazil coming up victorious.