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Jaja Santiago Will Miss Asian Volleyball Cup for Philippines

Santiago will play her first professional season outside of the Philippines next year when she joins the Ageo Medics in Japan’s V-League.

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Japanese Women Announce Roster for Volleyball Nation’s League

On April 17th, the Japanese Volleyball Association held a press conference to announce their 18-player women’s roster for the 2018…


Japan Women’s V.LEAGUE announces 18-19 League Teams

On March 24th, the Japanese V.LEAGUE announced the Leagues for the 2018-2019 season at the end of the Women’s All…

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Japan Announces 29 Player Women’s National Team Roster for 2018

On March 19th, the Japanese Volleyball Association (JVA) announced the Women’s National Team roster for the 2018 season. The roster…

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Japan Women: NEC & Toray Clinch with Ageo Loss

With only one or two games left in the regular season for the teams in the Japanese women’s V.League, Ageo…

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Japan Women: Ageo Stay Alive with Win over NEC

With only two games on Sunday, the Ageo Medics and NEC Red Rockets match was the one to watch as…

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Japan Women: Hisamitsu 19-0, Clinch Regular Season Title

An odd weekend in the Japanese women’s league, with some teams playing twice, others once and NEC not playing at…

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Japan Empress’s Cup: Okayama Defeats Ageo as Only Upset

There were some upsets in the first round of the Empress’s Cup. Seiwa Joshi Gakuin High School defeated Asahikawa University…

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Japan Women: Hisamitsu 14 for 14

Going into the last match of the 2nd leg, each leg being 7 matches, the sprint for the Final 6…

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Japan: Women’s V-League Preview

In the final season before the Japanese “Super League” begins, the 8 teams that make up the V.League Premier League…

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