U.S. Men’s National Team

Team USA’s Jake Langlois Is No Stranger To Brazil

As Team USA made its trip to Brazil for VNL’s Week 2 of play, at least one of the players in its roster could boast about having plenty of experience in the country

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40 Errors Undo Americans Late as Brazil Fights Back from 0-2

The Americans had a 2-0 lead in the match, but wound up losing in a tie-breaker.

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VNL Day 5 Standings: Australia Earns 1st Win; USA, Poland Move to 5-0

At the end of the day, Poland and the United States moved to 5-0 atop the standings with the Poles boasting the maximum 15 points to the USA’s 13. Brazil, France and Italy round out the top five at 4-1.

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Langlois, Anderson Pace USA Men in #VNL Sweep of Korea

Relative newcomer Jake Langlois and two-time Olympian Matt Anderson were the dynamic duo for the United States, each turning in double-digit scoring efforts to lift the Americans to a sweep of South Korea on Saturday.

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USA Volleyball Selects 12 Players for 2018 NORCECA U-19 Championships

Out of the 20-player training team, 12 have been chosen to represent the U.S. in June in Costa Rica.

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VNL Standings Update: Poland, USA Last Undefeated Teams at 4-0

Poland and the United States are the last two undefeated teams, each moving to 4-0 with very different results on Friday. Poland holds a slight advantage with 12 points to the USA’s 10. Brazil is 3-1, but also boasts 10 points.

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USA Men Rally from Down 2-0 Behind Patch, Russell to Best Japan in 5

2018 FIVB Men’s Volleyball Nations League – Week 2 / Pool 6 June 1-3, 2018 Goiania Arena; Goiania, Brazil Time…

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Micah Christenson, Matt Anderson, Aaron Russell Return for US

U.S. hitter Matt Anderson will represent the U.S. National Team for the first time this summer in week 2 in Brazil.

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VNL Men’s Preview: Pool 6 – Brazil, USA, Japan, South Korea

This pool features two of the 2016 Olympic medal winning teams in gold medalist Brazil and bronze medalist USA and the teams are playing Brazil in an arena that could hold as many as 15,000 raging fans.

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