Women’s professional volleyball: Skinner, Mohler, Lilley, JWO lead Beziers to French title
That is our weekly replace on US ladies taking part in skilled volleyball around the globe. Most of the gamers are former NCAA highlights:
Beziers gained the staff’s first French Cup with a 25-22, 21-25, 25-17, 15-25, 15-10 win over Cannes. Avery Skinner was named MVP after killing a match-record 23 folks. Blake Molher added 10 kills and an ace. Setter Madison Lilley added an ace and libero Justine Wong-Orantes was acquired 50% optimistic.
Carli Snyder led Cannes with 17 kills, two blocks and two aces. Claire Felix made 12 kills and three blocks. Madeline Gates added six kills and an ace. Setter Jenna Grey made three kills and a block.
Milan completed fourth in a row, beating Firenze 25-11, 25-23, 25-22. Jordan Larson scored 9 kills (.500), a block and an ace for Milan (19-6). Dana Rettke added 5 kills (.556), two blocks and an ace. Jordan Thompson didn’t play. Substitute Rhamat Alhassan had three blocks for Firenze (9-16), who was eradicated from playoff rivalry.
Novara (18-7) acquired off a sluggish begin and beat Vallefoglia 16-25, 25-21, 25-20, 25-21. McKenzie Adams had two kills and an ace as backup. Annie Drews led Vallefoglia (10-15) with 17 kills and a block. Micha Hancock had 4 blocks as Vallefoglia was eradicated from playoff rivalry.
Busto Arsizio dampened Cuneo’s playoff hopes with wins 25-22, 24-26, 19-25, 25-22, 15-12. Carli Lloyd killed Busto Arsizio (12-13), at the moment seventh within the standings, by 4 blocks and a rating. Anna Stevenson-Corridor performed a season-best sport for Cuneo with 16 kills and three blocks (9-16).
Imoco Conegliano (24-1) maintained his superiority by defeating Macerata 25-15, 25-22, 25-21. Kathryn Plummer led with 12 kills (.526), two blocks and two aces. Stephanie Samedy added 4 kills. Claire Chausee led Macerata (3-22) with 13 kills. The relegation destiny of Macerata has been decided.
Pinerolo beat Casalmaggiore (12-13) 25-17, 26-28, 25-21, 25-19 to get out of the relegation zone. Ali Frantti was restricted to 6 kills, a block and an ace for Casalmaggiore, and setter Lauren Carlini had two kills and a block.
Second-placed Scandicci (20-5) handed Bergamo in units of 25-15, 25-14, 25-15, placing them in a clinic. Haleigh Washington had two kills, a block and an ace. Substitute Khalia Lanier had 12 kills (.400) and an ace (11-14) for Bergamo, who misplaced thrice in a row. Bergamo has secured a playoff spot and at the moment sits in eighth place.
VakıfBank (19-3) defeated PTT with units of 25-22, 25-13, 25-21 and acquired its fourth consecutive win. Chiaka Ogbogu had 5 kills and two blocks, and Kara Bajema had three kills as a late substitute.
Nilüfer defeated Aydın with units of 22-25, 14-25, 25-21, 27-25, 17-15 and achieved her second win in three matches. Sherridan Atkinson led Nilufer with 21 kills and 6 blocks. Reserve Brooke Nuneviller killed seven for Nilufer (11-11).
Galatasaray defeated Sarıyer with units 25-19, 25-22, 21-25, 25-21. Logan Eggleston turned Galatasaray’s second high scorer with 11 kills, two blocks and an ace (15-7).
Bolu (4-18) defeated İlbank with 17-25, 25-17, 25-22, 25-16 units and stored their hopes for victory alive. Tori Dixon was the second high scorer with 10 kills (.769), 4 blocks and three aces.
THY (16-6) swept the SigortaShop in units of 25-17, 25-17, 25-16, whereas Madi Kingdon Ruschel was forward with 12 kills, a block and an ace. Kelsie Payne led InsuranceShop (4-18) with 10 kills. Marin Grote did two kills and a block.
Stuttgart completed the common season by beating Dresden 22-25, 25-17, 25-21, 25-19 units. Simone Lee got here out of the bench and handed Stuttgart (19-1) with 20 kills, two blocks and an ace. Alexis Hart added 16 kills, a block and an ace. Stuttgart completed the common season in first place.
Suhl (11th of September) deserved a playoff bid by beating Vilsbiburg 25-18, 23-25, 25-19, 25-20 units. Danielle Harbin was named MVP for Suhl with 23 kills, a block and an ace. Julia Brown added 11 kills. Setter Jenna Ewert had two kills and two aces. Suhl, who gained six of the seven matches, took the sixth place.
Potsdam completed the common season by beating Munster 25-21, 25-23, 26-24. Zoe Fleck acquired a 41% optimistic reception for Munster (11th of September), clinching seventh place.
Aachen (8-12) misplaced within the final six and had been eradicated from playoff rivalry, shedding to Wiesbaden 20-25, 25-12, 25-22, 25-19. Setter Ashley Evans had two blocks and one kill.
Roni Jones-Perry beat SESC RJ (14-8) within the ultimate sport of the common season, defeating Maringa 25-19, 25-17, 25-19 units within the ultimate sport of the common season, taking fourth place within the playoffs to win the MVP. Jones-Perry kills 16 (.520), a block and an ace
Santurce acquired off to a sluggish begin, defeating Manati in units 13-25, 25-20, 25-23, 25-19. Gina Mancuso, Gabby Simpson and Madi Kubik had been all a part of a balanced effort for Santurce. Mancuso led with 12 kills, two blocks and an ace. Simpson added 11 kills, whereas Kubik acquired 10 kills, a block and an ace. Gloria Mutiri led Manati with 14 kills and a block. Callie Schwarzenbach made 5 kills and 4 blocks. The Mackenzi Welsh set out for the Manati and had a block and an ace.
Corozal escaped Ponce’s shock supply with units of 25-17, 21-25, 20-25, 25-20, 15-12. Ronika Stone was named MVP with 9 kills and 6 blocks. Adanna Rollins made 15 kills and two blocks. Tori Dilfer set out for Corozal and landed two kills, two blocks, and three aces. Nia Robinson led Ponce with 22 kills, three aces and a block. Eleanor Holthaus added 17 kills, 4 blocks and two aces. Setter Jhenna Gabriel had two blocks.
Naranjito was upset over Juncos 23-25, 25-20, 25-16, 16-25, 15-11. Naya Gros made seven kills and three blocks, and setter Natalie Hayward had three blocks, three aces and two kills. Lindsey Vander Weide had 13 kills and two blocks for Naranjito. Shelly Stafford made her debut as a mid-season purchase for Naranjito, scoring six kills, two blocks and an ace. Setter Saige Ka’aha’aina-Torres landed two blocks and one kill.
Ponce was eradicated from playoff rivalry after shedding to Caguas 25-13, 20-25, 25-14, 25-16 units. Kash Williams led the Caguas with 17 kills. Kayla Caffey added eight kills and a block. Robinson led Ponce with 16 kills. Holthaus contributed with 12 kills and a block. Gabriel had an ace.
Santurce went on to beat Naranjito 21-25, 25-23, 25-13, 26-24 and Kubik made 14 kills and a block. Mancuso made seven kills and three blocks. Simpson killed two folks as backup. Stafford had 11 kills and a block for Naranjito. Vander Wedie added six kills and two blocks. Ka’aha’aina-Torres made one kill and one block.
Corozal (12-5) beat Juncos 27-25, 25-21, 24-26, 25-20 and Rollins had 16 kills, 4 blocks and an ace. Stone was named MVP once more with 14 kills and 4 blocks. Dilfer added two blocks and one kill. Gros acquired 5 kills and three blocks for Juncos, whereas Hayward added an ace.
Caguas (11-7) completed the common season by beating Juncos 25-19, 25-16, 25-22. Williams added 11 kills and Caffey added eight kills, a block and an ace. New signer Nia Reed didn’t play. Gros had six kills and two blocks for Juncos (5-13). Hayward added two kills, two blocks and an ace.
Santurce misplaced to Manati 25-19.18-25, 25-19, 25-21. Kubik led Santurce with 18 kills (12-5). Mancuso added 13 kills and Simpson acquired one as a backup. Mutiri was Manati’s (8-10) second finest scorer with 14 kills and a block. Schwarzenbach had six kills and 5 blocks within the upset. He killed a Welsh individual.
Naranjito completed the common season with a 25-12, 20-25, 25-22, 25-17 win over Ponce. Stafford led Naranjito (11-7) with 15 kills, 5 blocks and an ace. Vander Weide had 17 kills, two aces and a block. Ka’aha’aina-Torres added three blocks, two aces and one kill. Robinson led Ponce (3-15) with 19 kills, two aces and a block. Holthaus made 17 kills and two blocks. Gabriel set out for Ponce and acquired two aces, a block and a kill.
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