As the FIVB Men’s World Championship heads into the Final Six beginning on Wednesday, here’s a roundup of the statistical leaders through the first two rounds of action.
Bartosz Kurek led Poland into the Third Round with a 21 performance over Serbia that included 5 aces.
Dan McDonnell moved to the outside for the United States in their 3-0 sweep over Iran. The United States are a perfect 8-0 so far in the World Championships.
Aaron Russell put in a stellar performance against Bulgaria to clinch a spot in Round 3.
Micah Christenson set an efficient offense, and Matt Anderson led the scoring in a 3-0 win over Canada.
Canada, Iran, and Bulgaria will try to stop team USA
Wallace De Souza of Brazil and Chuan Jiang of China scored 87 points apiece in the preliminary round of the FIVB Men’s World Championships to lead the field. Here’s a look at the other statistical leaders in Round 1.
19-year old high-flying opposite Sharone Vernon-Evans will see his first court time since undergoing surgery earlier this year in the Memorial of Hubert Jerzy Wagner.
Dmitriy Muserskiy is in the cross-hairs of the Suntory Sunbirds in the Japanese V-League. While both are interested, Muserskiy is under contract with Belogorie until the end of the 2020 season.
In the past, the United States has been the outright leader of the NORCECA federation in respects to qualifying for the Olympics.