Americans Bill Kolinske and Miles Evans and Sean Rosenthal and Trevor Crabb are among the 16 teams that advanced to the second round of men’s qualifying at the DELA Beach Open in the Hague.
The top four seeds are through to the quarterfinals after blazing through their foes on Day 1 of the main draw on Manhattan Beach.
The Hermosa Beach Open on the AVP Tour has concluded with Taylor Crabb/Jake Gibb winning the title over Trevor Crabb/Sean Rosenthal 2-1, (21-16, 17-21, 15-11).
Stafford Slick (above) and Billy Allen advanced to their 2nd-straight AVP Tour final with a 2-0 win on Saturday.
The first day of the AVP Tour stop in Seattle has ended with the top-four seed of the tournament winning all matches on the men’s side of the tournament, while the #1, #2 and #4 seeds advanced on the women’s side.
The qualification round of the AVP Tour stop in Seattle has concluded, with four teams from each gender moving on to the main draw of the tournament.
The teams have been announced for the upcoming event in Long Beach Presidents Cup, that will be hosted by the FIVB from July 12-16. The tournament will host eight USA teams, per gender, with them facing some of the top-eight international teams in the games.
The opening round of the AVP New York Gold Series stop has concluded with a few shake-ups occurring in the first matches of the day on the men’s side, while the women’s side remained fairly consistent throughout the day, with a near top-four showdown in the first elimination rounds.
Much like the FIVB’s new star rating system for their tournaments, the AVP has added a new elevated beach volleyball series into their line-up called the Gold Series.
Top seeded Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena never faltered, winning the Austin Open with a 21-17, 21-16 victory over No. 2 seed Trevor Crabb and Sean Rosenthal Sunday afternoon.