Oliver Martin, a 6’10” middle blocker from UCLA, will be starting his professional career in Finland with Team Lakkapää. Martin hit a match-high .575 in the NCAA Championships against Long Beach State.
Renan Buiatti (above) is one of multiple new weapons for New Mater after finishing in last place in Serie A1 last season – most of the changes are focused on the offensive side of the ball.
Levi Cabral will be playing in France again next season with Montpellier. He won the CEV Cup with Tours VB the last time he played in France in 2017.
After spending 3 years at Perugia, Aaron Russell is making the move to Trentino.
Jalen Penrose will be starting his career in the Czech Republic with VK ČEZ Karlovarsko. Penrose just finished his senior season with Penn State where he led the EIVA in service aces.
Team USA middle blocker Dan McDonnell (UC Irvine ’12) has transferred from Poland’s Trefl Gdansk to Tourcoing in French Pro A.
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Lube Civitanova are interested in Robertlandy Simon, but he remains under contract with Sada Cruzerio until May 31, 2019. Reports out of Brazil and Italy stated that the two clubs may have struck a deal involving his early departure.
Kazan also announced the signing of one last outside hitter, which completes the team’s roster for next season.
Rafał Buszek will return to Asseco Resovia next year. Buszek has won the Polish PlusLiga championship twice with Resovia in 2013 and 2015.
Todor Skrimov will be continuing his career in Italy with Callipo Vibo Valentia. Skrimov was sidelined this past weekend with a calf injury against France in the Volleyball Nations League.
Siena’s work in the transfer market has shown its is not happy to just be participating in the Italian SuperLega, but have lofty goals of success
After spending the past season in Turkey, Denis Kaliberda will be going back to Italy. Winnter of the 2017 Coppa Italia and SuperLega, Kaliberda will be headed to Modena to meet back up with Micah Christenson.
Check out his first words as a Lube player
BluVolley finished the 2017-18 season with a respectable 18-8 record, good enough for 5th place in A1’s standings
Club president Janusz Zacniewski urged the volleyball community to celebrate and support the team after its dire 2017-18 campaign
Scott Fifer will be playing in Switzerland for Volley Schönenwerd next season. The setter from Lewis Univeristy played last season in Finland with Raison Loimu.
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