Pool D continued its trend of sweeps on the final day of preliminary round action at the FIVB Women’s World Championships with Serbia, the Dominican Republic and Brazil coming up victorious.
The current European Champions and Olympic silver medalists once again dazzled fans with their uptempo play en route to a 2nd place finish (12-3 record) in VNL’s preliminary phase
Who will win Europe’s most coveted volleyball crown?
The 2018 CEV Women’s Champions League Playoffs 6 are starting today but the hosts, CSM Volei Alba Blaj, of the Final Four are preparing for the next round by bringing in two strong Serbian players to back up the team.
The Serbian women’s national team wrapped up their stellar pool play performance with a 3-0 start and are now on the road to Baku from Ganja to take part in the quarterfinals.
Serbia has named their preliminary roster for the 2017 CEV European Championships, with Brankica Mihajlovic and Tijana Boskovic headlining the crew.
Osasco continue its recent trend of hiring Serbian national teamers
The 2017 edition of the World Grand Prix is the seventh consecutive year that Serbia has made an appearance, making this year one to remember.
Nine players from the 2016 Olympic team are on Serbia’s roster for the World Grand Prix in July.