The Americans will carry their week 2 roster for another week as they travel from Tokyo to Thailand.
Team USA’s Kelsey Robinson is slotted as a libero for Week 2 of the Volleyball Nations League, while Sarah Wilhite has been added to the roster to take Robinson’s place on the outside.
American fans saw another new libero play on Wednesday in Lincoln.
With a roster of 14 players, including a reunited group of seven Olympians, the United States, ranked No. 2 in the world is an odds-on favorite to contend for the Volleyball Nations League title. Despite just a few practices, the players see potential and positivity in their future.
With the opening day of the FIVB Volleyball Nation’s League just one week away, the United States has named its 14-woman roster for week one of the competition. The roster includes seven returning Olympians from the 2016 Games, led by two-time medalist and Nebraska alumna Jordan Larson, who will act as team captain.
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After 19 years with VakifBank Istanbul, Gozde Kirdar will retire at the end of this weekend’s Champions League.
The 10,000 seat Polyvalent Hall in Bucharest, Romania will play host to the Final 4 of the 2018 CEV European Women’s Champions League this weekend.
2016 USA Volleyball Player of the Year Jordan Larson (above, center) didn’t play in last year’s World Grand Prix, but is on the pre-cut roster for this summer’s inaugural Volleyball Nations League.