Brakocevic has earned many national and international honors, including the Champions League and Club World Championships MVP in 2013, the 2011 European Championships MVP, and Serbia’s Best Sportswoman Award by the Serbian Olympic Committee in 2011
The 36-year-old 6’1″ outside hitter, who spent all of her pro career in Brazil, Russia, and Turkey is returning to Osasco, after a 10-year-absence. She is a two-time Olympic gold medalist, in 2008 and 2018 (MVP), and a two-time Grand-Prix winner, in 20105 (MVP) and 2008
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.
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.
Kalei Mau has signed her 3rd professional contract and will head to the Philippines in the next few days.
Taylor Fricano is ready to start her professional career
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Brayelin Martinez attacks a ball past a double block.
Haleigh is ready to start her professional career
She is a former PAC-12 Libero of the Year and All-American Honorable Mention
It looks as if current Champions League runner-ups Alba Blaj has fallen in love with its Serbian players
Pomi Casalmaggiore has made it clear to everyone that it does not intend to repeat its last season’s fate, which almost saw the team, one of Italy’s finest, get relegated from the A1 league.
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Cuneo was only recently promoted into Italy’s top tier league. Since then, it has worked hard to field a competent roster for its maiden season
The 5’10” setter is transferring out of Germany’s SWE Erfurt and is set to undergo her second professional season
Belanger, the 2018 U Sports Female Athlete of the Year, has signed with Chamalieres in France: the league’s last-placed team last season.
Beamish has spent time as a libero for Canada’s National Team, but is being brought to Dudingen as an outside hitter, where she played in college.
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