2018 FIVB WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL NATIONS LEAGUE – WEEK 3 / POOL 12 May 29-31, 2018 Hong Kong Coliseum (Capacity: 12,500)…
The top five teams – USA, Serbia, Brazil, Turkey and the Netherlands – remained the same after Day 7 of the Volleyball Nations League. China made the biggest moved, jumping to sixth in the standings with a win over Argentina and losses by Russia and South Korea.
Tandara Caixeta racked up 33 points to lead Brazil in an all-around effort in the team’s four-set win over South Korea. Meanwhile, Poland was held under 10 blocks for the first time in VNL play in a 3-0 loss to the Netherlands.
Hooker is ready for her fourth season in Brazil
Italy outscored Japan 107 to 105 and bested its foe in kills, blocks and aces, but committed 53 errors in a five-set loss on Tuesday. Meanwhile, China dominated the net with 18 blocks in a sweep of Argentina to open Week 3 of VNL play.
Zhu Ting returns as China plays host to a reinforced Italy along with Japan and Argentina in Pool 12 of the Women’s Volleyball Nations League.
Netherlands will play in their home country against a stacked pool of Brazil, South Korea and Poland; Women’s Volleyball Nations League Pool 9 Preview.
The top four teams remained undefeated in Volleyball Nations League action on Sunday with France, Italy and the United States winning in sweeps and Poland staying perfect with a four-set win over Canada.
2018 FIVB MEN’S VOLLEYBALL NATIONS LEAGUE – WEEK 1/POOL 4 May 25-27, 2018 Kraljevo Sports Hall, Kraljevo, Serbia (Capacity: 3,331)…
Even Ben Patch’s 2 service aces and 13 service errors in week 1 were a big improvement from last year.