The U.S. Women’s National Team rolled through Turkey in a VNL Finals rematch, as they are one of 4 still up for a top 3 spot in Pool F.
The Thai team finished the 1st round of the 2018 Women’s Volleyball World Championships with a number of significant injuries.
The 2nd-ranked United States outlasted a tough 5th-ranked Russia squad to finish Pool C action with a 5-0 mark inside Kobe Green Arena Thursday. The loss drops the Russians to 4-1 at the FIVB World Championship.
A balanced American offense saw 4 players score in double figures as they earned an opening win over Azerbaijan.
18-year old Chatchu-on Moksri was Thailand’s leading scoreer before going down with an ankle sprain at the Asian Games.
2018 ASIAN WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL CUP September 16th-23rd, 2018 Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand China won its 5th Asian Women’s Volleyball Cup in…
The loss of one star, plus the return of another, saw Thailand into the gold medal match for the first time in tournament history.
Britt Herbots scored a team-best 23 points as Belgium wrapped up VNL play with a victory over Thailand. Although the Final Six was mathematically out of reach, Italy did not hold back in its final match of the VNL, besting Brazil in five sets to end the tournament on an eight-match win streak.
Rosamaria Montibeller led a group of four double-digit scorers for Brazil in a four-set win over Thailand.
Turkey won its third straight match in Thailand with a dominant offensive showing in a sweep of South Korea. Japan mounted an awe-inspiring comeback effort, rallying from down 2-0 in the match, down five points in Set 4 and facing two match-points in Set 5 to steal away a victory over Thailand.