Americans Playing Overseas

Taylor Bruns Leaves Sweden To Sign In Germany With VfB 91 Suhl

The 27-year-old 6’0″ setter, who is transferring out of Sweden’s Halmstad Volley, will undergo her first season in Germany.

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American Denise Belcher Signs with Spanish Side Haro Rioja Volley

Belcher got her start in the Swedish league last season, and will now move to Spain for her 2nd year as a pro.

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Former Oregon State Beaver Schaudt Joins Danish League Runners-Up

Schaudt played in France last year, and will move to the Danish League for the 2018-2019 season.

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Former Seattle University Star Martina Samadan Joins Italian Champs

Current Italian champions Conegliano decided to play it safe with Raphaela Folie’s injury and announced in its official website the signing of Martina Samadan to fill up her roster spot

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Alex Reed Inks Deal In Greece With Panaxiakos AON

At her new club, Reed will find a squad that finished its 2017/18 season with a 13-7 record, good enough for 5th place, but just missing out on the playoffs.

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Denise Belcher Signs In Spain With Haro Rioja Voley

After only seeing sporadic court time during her freshman and sophomore seasons at USF, Denise really made an impact on the team in her final two years of eligibility, averaging 2.56 kills per set

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Pays d’Aix Venelles Signs Fourth American In Recent Grad Kelli Bates

The French club is building itself a nice little NCAA powerhouse

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Pays d’Aix Venelles Signs Third American In Setter Lindsay Dowd

At Venelles, Dowd will join a club that finished its 2017-18 season in 6th place, before being knocked out from the first phase of the playoffs by Mulhouse. She will be third American in the team, as it has also recently signed former Penn State star Abby Detering and LSU alumni Haleigh Nelson.

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Hailey Murray Ready To Undergo 1st Full Professional Season In Spain

The 6’0″ middle blocker is transferring out of Austria and is set to undergo her first full professional season, as her time in Austria was very short lived, being signed at the end of the season by SG Prinz Brunnenbau to replace an injured player.

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