Pimpichaya Kokram

2018 W. Volleyball World Championships – October 3 Summary

Eight of the 12 matches on Wednesday were decided in straight sets and five teams claimed spots in the FIVB Women’s World Championships second round.

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Thai Spiker Kongyot Ajcharaporn Exits 4th Set

The injury bug has bitten 16th-ranked Thailand once again, as spiker Kongyot Ajcharaporn exited Wednesday’s match against the United States with an ankle injury in the 4th set. The leading scorer for the Thai did not return to the match, which the 2nd-ranked Americans went on to win in 5 sets.

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Pool C: #2 USA Survives vs Shorthanded #16 Thailand

2nd-ranked United States squeaked by 16th-ranked Thailand, which was down a starter and lost its top scorer amidst the 4th set, in 5 to remain undefeated in Pool C play Wednesday.

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Thai Opposite Pimpichaya Kokram Injures Right Knee

16th-ranked Thailand may be forced to make some unwanted adjustments, as opposite hitter Pimpichaya Kokram sustained a right knee injury toward the end of the 3rd set in its 3-1 victory over 34th-ranked Trinadad and Tobago in Pool C of 2018 FIVB World Championship Tuesday night.

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Pool C: USA and Russia Qualify for 2nd Round at Worlds

With Tuesday victories, 5th-ranked Russia and 2nd-ranked USA qualified for second round action at the 2018 FIVB World Championship. 16th-ranked Thailand also notched a win, overcoming a key injury to get past Trinadad and Tobago in 4 sets.

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2018 Women’s Volleyball Championships: September 29th Daily Summary

The first day was a day of firsts in Japan, including Trinidad & Tobago’s first-ever World Championship match.

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USA, Russia Get Sweeps; Thailand Wins Crucial Match to Open Pool C

A balanced American offense saw 4 players score in double figures as they earned an opening win over Azerbaijan.

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Chatchu-On Moksri Returns for Thailand at World Championships

18-year old Chatchu-on Moksri was Thailand’s leading scoreer before going down with an ankle sprain at the Asian Games.

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China Wins Asian Colleyball Cup; Liu Named MVP After 25 More Points

2018 ASIAN WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL CUP September 16th-23rd, 2018 Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand China won its 5th Asian Women’s Volleyball Cup in…

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Japan, China, Thailand, and South Korea W. Advance at 2018 Asian Games

All four matches ended in 3-0 sweeps, with only 4 of those 12 sets seeing the losing team push even into the 20s before defeat.


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