Canoas, Minas, Corinthians, and Campinas were eliminated
No surprises on Superliga’s first round of playoffs
After 22 exciting rounds of play, Superliga’s regular season is over and we get to know playoff matchups and relegation duds
The higher you are, the bigger the fall. At least that was what happened to Superliga’s 2nd seeded Sesc/RJ, who was upset by 10th seeded Montes Claros 3-1 (23/25 25/18 24/26 19/25), the latter without three of its starters. Its win clinched its permanence in Superliga’s elite, and officially relegated JF Vôlei and Copel Telecom/Maringá.
Minas consolidates its status as Superliga’s new powerhouse
If any team hopes to take home the title this year, it must be ready to do away with Cruzeiro’s winning ways.
37-year-old Dante Amaral, a gold medalist in the 2004 Olympic games, came off the bench to fill in for Lucarelli
After heavily investing in its roster, SESC/RJ, which was only recently promoted to Superliga, is already making a run for the leader spot in the standings
Four teams hit above 65% on this weekend’s Superliga action