Italy’s Scandicci has just pulled one of the transfer season’s most surprising moves
Outside attacker Anne Buijs has signed with Saugella Team Monza for the 2018-19 season.
Pomi Casalmaggiore has made it clear to everyone that it will improve on last season’s terrible campaign
Hande Baladin will be playing for Galatasaray this coming season.
Former Oregon standout Martenne Bettendorf has transferred to Viteos NUC in Switzerland.
Imoco Conegliano has shown that it believes the old saying that if a team is winning titles, its better not to mess with it
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After five years away from her home-country, recent Long Beach State graduate Nele Barber is returning to Germany
Former Michigan setter Lexi Dannemiller (#22) will play for SC Potsdam in 2018-19.
Two-time All-American libero Kristen Hahn joins the Swiss side, Sm’Aesch Pferringen, for the 2018-19 season.
Frantti, a former NCAA Freshman of the Year, spent last season as a star with the Slovenian runners-up.
Terrell will have the difficult task of replacing one of the most successful American players to ever suit up for Beziers, Krystal Rivers, who last year was the French League’s regular season and playoffs MVP as well as its highest scorer
After a successful maiden pro season in Peru, Tolliver is off to Germany
Handley is ready to undergo her third professional season
Mckenzie Adams’ career in Germany’s Bundesliga is flourishing
2017 European Championship MVP and 2018 European Cup MVP Tijana Boskovic will remain in Istanbul through at least the 2020-2021 season.
Jeane Horton has signed to play professionally in Finland, where she joins a team with 3 other Americans already on the roster.
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