Kim Yeon-koung

Poland’s Malwina Smarzek Cracks 30 Points Twice in Week 2 of #VNL

Her outbursts were part of five 30-point performances in week 2.

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Li Yingying Spurns Turkish Team to Continue Playing in China

18-year old Chinese opposite Li Yingying has reportedly spurned an offer by Turkish side Fenerbahce Istanbul, instead choosing to stay home…

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Russia, South Korea Open #VNL Pool 7 With Wins

A balanced offensive attack, including three players with nine or more kills, helped lift Russia past Italy to open Pool 6 play, meanwhile a strong service game and a 29-point effort by Kim Yeon Koung were key in lifting the homestanding Koreans to a four-set win over Germany.

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Previewing NVL Pool 6: Germany, Italy, Russia, South Korea

With three of the four teams firmly in the middle of the pack of 16, this pool could come up big when in determining which teams advance to the finals. One would have to give a slight edge to Russia in terms of a favorite to come out as the leader of the pack, simply by way of experience and opening weekend results.

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Eczacibasi Pulls Transfer Bomb, Signs Kim Yeon-Koung

Eczacibasi may just have pulled the transfer of the season in women`s volleyball by announcing the signing of South Korea`s superstar Kim Yeon-koung to a contract

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South Korea Sweeps Invincible China 3-0 to Close Pool 2

Lee Jaeyong had her best match of the tournament to lift South Korea to victory. In the other match, Belgium got their 2nd win – against the Dominican Republic.

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Sound Bytes: What They Were Saying on Volleyball Nations League Day 1

2018 FIVB WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL NATIONS LEAGUE – WEEK 1 May 15th-17th, 2018 Power Rankings Various Locations Preview   Day one…

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China Dominates Again, While South Korean Block Party Tops DR

Chinese middle blocker Xinyue Yuan scored 15 points and hit 83% to lead China over Belgium.

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Yingying Li Leads China to 3-0 Sweep in National Team Debut

Without their superstar, China still dominated the Dominican Republic to open Pool 2 play in Ningbo.

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