Despite reports indicating she’d land in Japan, star Russian outside hitter Tatiana Kosheleva will be staying in Turkey for next season, transferring to Galatasaray from Eczacibasi.
Serbia swept Cyprus and the Czech Republic made quick work of Iceland, while Poland survived a four-setter with Slovakia.
Tomorrow begins the 89th annual Open Nationals, that have been held since 1928 – excluding two years during World War II. The competition will bring in 500 teams with over 6,000 players, ranging in age from 18 to 80.
Following are the 2017 Pac-12 Conference Beach Volleyball All-Academic teams, announced today by Commissioner Larry Scott. To be eligible for…
The FIVB World Beach Tour event in Rio was not always the sunniest and dry conditions, which is often preferred by most players, but was dreary and rainy after durations of the competition.
2018 FIVB World Championship – Men’s European Qualifier May 23 to June 4 Results It took five sets for No….
The FIVB World Beach Tour event in Rio was the first major event to return to the city since the 2016 Olympic Games.
Hungary, Russia and Estonia came through Day 1 of Pool D play unscathed as expected, on a historic day for the Kosovo national team.
Greece provided the drama on Day 2 of Pool B competition in Koog aan de Zaan, Holland, on Wednesday, staving off Austria in five sets, while Slovakia and the host Dutch team cruised to sweeps.
There have been six men’s and women’s event on the FIVB World Beach Tour this 2017 season. Like in many…
The George Washington University Department of Athletics and Recreation announced today that Head Volleyball Coach Amanda Ault has resigned due…
Montana State head volleyball coach JJ Riley, who completed his second season with the Bobcats last fall, announced his resignation…
Texas opposite Yasmeen Bedart-Ghani led the Americans in scoring in both matches.
No. 2 Serbia, No. 15 Slovakia and No. 9 Poland all won in sweeps on Day 2 of play in Warsaw, Poland.
The 33rd-ranked Swiss upset No. 22 Denmark in four sets, while Serbia recorded a sweep of Belarus and Croatia held on for a four-set win over Norway.
After quick victories for Belgium and Slovenia, the third match of the pool brought the excitement as No. 29 Israel topped No. 25 Latvia in a five-setter that came down to the wire at 16-14 in the fifth set.
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