December brought the close of the collegiate women’s volleyball season, including a national title for Nebraska, as well as multiple coaching changes. Postseason international and beach awards also were announced alongside plans for the 2018 seasons.
July brought the women’s World Grand Prix, the culmination of the men’s World League and several AVP and FIVB beach titles en route to the Beach World Championships slated for the end of the month.
January began with the passing of a legend and included many personnel changes on the domestic and international stages as well as standout performances and milestone events.
The CEV has announced their 2017 season awards that feature some of the greats that helped contribute big things for their squads over the past year.
With Argentina taking the final ticket for the 2018 FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship in Japan, Volleymob has decided to see how the pools will look for the first round of play.
Following the conclusion of the 2017 CEV European Women’s Championships, Serbia has claimed the top spot in the most recent CEV Rankings after their win over the Netherlands in the finals.
The CEV has released some of the top plays from this year’s 2017 CEV European Women’s Championships, where players made amazing plays for their squads.
The final three matches of pool play concluded for the 2017 CEV European Women’s Championships, setting the stage for the next round of the competition – playoffs.
Following day three of the 2017 CEV European Women’s Championships, both Serbia and Italy have advanced directly to the quarterfinal round.
After the second day of play, the top teams at the 2017 CEV European Women’s Championship dominated the field.