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Friday, December 18th 2009, 8:57pm

nice video....i hope everthing works will be verry nice to watch a professional league in USA


Friday, December 18th 2009, 9:12pm

Hopefully the WNVA will have success and keep the good US players at home.
Men's volleyball is not nearly as popular in the US, despite winning the gold medal, so a men's league is not likely.
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Christina Wallinger 6’1” MB, FAU
Aurore Kullak 5’10” RS, Manhattan
Barbara Lesic 5’9” S, Wyoming
Tsvetelina Dureva 5’9” OH, Boston College
Aleksandra Georgieva 5’10” L/RS, North Carolina
Gabriela Petkova 5’8” S, St. John’s
Nevena Peeva 5’9” OH, Georgia State
Maia Ivanova 5’10” L, Southern Miss
Marina Georgieva 5’10” OH/RS, Tulsa
Vesela Zapryanova 5’11” OH, Auburn
Detelina Dimitrova 6’1” MB, St. Francis
Maria Kashavelova 6’0” S, St. Francis
Nataliya Panova 6’0” OH, Louisiana Tech
Hristina Markova 6’0” OH/RS, South Alabama
Dunja Prgomet 6’0” OH, Albany
Ana Vanjak 6’3” MB, Cornell
Hana Cutura 6’4” OH, California
Sonja Banicevic 5’9” L, Delaware State
Dunja Milin 5’10” S/RS, Long Island
Martina Racic 6’1” MB, Long Island
Indes Medved 5’11” S/RS, FIU
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Lenka Melicharkova 5’10” S, VCU
Michala Kvapilova 6’1” OH, VCU
Zuzana Markova 5’11” S, Kent State
Zuzana Buchlova 6’0” OH, Long Island
Kristyna Dzmuranova 6’0” MB, FAU
Tereza Bendlova 5’9” OH, South Alabama
Mie Lindgren 5’9” OH, Montana
Marelle Lepmets 5’10” S, North Texas
Katariina Kananen 5’9” S, South Alabama
Anna Szerszen 6’3” OH, Ohio State
Svenja Engelhardt 5’11” OH, Pacific
Kaylen Bannister 6’4” MB, Arizona
Christine Bach 5’9” L/S, Memphis
Maja Rudolph 6’2” OH, Delaware State
Eilse Herrmann 6’2” MB, Delaware State
Anne Vaughan 6’1” OH/RS, FAU
Lea Katharina Thurm 6’3” MB, South Alabama
Katharina Nobel 6’5” MB, UALR
Tylisa Hendrix 5’7” MB/OH, Alcorn State
Anisa Lila 5’11” OH/RS, St. Francis
Hajnalka Molnar 5’11” S, New Orleans
Anett Farkas 6’1” MB, New Orleans
Maria Szivos 6’2” OH, New Orleans
Edina Dobi 6’3” MB/OH, New Orleans
Lihi Elkayam 5’7” S, Hampton
Martina Ferrari 5’6” S, Delaware State
Anna Lejina 5’11” OH, Binghamton
Dagnija Medina 6’0” MB, North Florida
Maija Strazdina 5’10” OH, USF
Ingrida Zauere 6’2” OH, Houston
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Liva Brivule 6’3” MB, Kent State
Ginta Gabruseva 6’2” RS, Evansville
Marina Markovic 6’1” OH, Hofstra
Andrea Lalic 6’2” OH, UAB
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Asia Stawicka 6’2” MB, Georgia Tech
Agata Dawidowicz 6’1” OH, North Florida
Jola Kelner 6’0” S, Texas A&M
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Natalia Tomaszewska 6’1” MB, Pacific
Magdelena Tekiel 6’1” OH, American
Justyna Brewczyk 6’0” OH, Rice
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Diana Banya 6’2” MB, St. John’s
Ioana Demian 6’0” OH, Mississippi State
Roxanna Casvean 5’11” OH, North Texas
Anastasia Artemeva 6’1” OH, Louisville
Tamara Omelchenko 6’1” OH, St. John’s
Jovana Radojevic 6’4” OH, Temple
Jelena Simic 5’10” OH, Florida Gulf Coast
Maja Kostic 5’10” OH, Kennesaw State
Marija Pantovic 6’2” MB, North Florida
Nevena Djordjevic 5’10” S, Oregon
Marina Jovanovic 6’2” RS, Memphis
Jovana Blazeski 6’2” OH, Florida A&M
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Jadranka Tramosljanin 5’10” OH, Wyoming
Ivana Kujundzic 6’1” OH, South Carolina
Svetlana Simic 5’9” OH, Long Island
Natasha Kolunija 6’3” OH, Louisiana Tech
Sandra Stojimirovic 5’10” OH, Lousiana-Monroe
Ivana Stanojevic 6’5” MB, FAU
Jovana Bjelica 5’10” OH, FIU
Vesna Jelic 5’11” OH, New Orleans
Martina Kajanova 5’10” RS, Columbia
Maria Andersson 5’10” OH, Miami
Karin Vikterlof 5’10” L/OH, UMES
Mirjam Pfyl 5’10” OH, Georgia State
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Saturday, December 19th 2009, 12:27pm

Do you know Elisha Thomas on that video is a player of Azerail Baku,and Patrice Arrington of Igtisadchi Baku! I like theam.They are very good players!



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Sunday, December 20th 2009, 4:18pm

Penn State Wins Unprecedented Third Straight Title
With historical implications on the line, the 2009 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship title match between top-ranked Penn State and No. 2 Texas became an instant classic on Dec. 19 at the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Fla.

Penn State became the first NCAA Division I school to win three consecutive titles, but Texas gave the Nittany Lions all they could handle. The Longhorns won the first two sets of the match 25-20 and 25-22. However, Penn State came out of the intermission on a mission as it won the next two sets 25-23 and 25-21 to send the match to a deciding fifth set.

Like its 2008 title over Stanford, Penn State won the deciding fifth set over Texas 15-13, despite trailing 7-5 and 11-10 in the nail-biting tiebreaker. Megan Hodge, the AVCA Division I National Player of the Year, put away the match winner with a kill, her 21st of the match. She added 13 digs and five block assists in her final collegiate match.

Penn State became just the third team to rally from two sets down in the title match to win the national championship, joining the 1982 Hawaii team and the 1991 UCLA squad.

In the process, the Nittany Lions won their 102nd consecutive match dating back to September of 2007. Penn State finished the season with a 38-0 record to become the first-ever NCAA Division I school to go undefeated in back-to-back seasons. Texas, which lost in the 2008 NCAA national semifinal to Stanford after winning the first two sets, ended its season with a 29-2 record.

Penn State, now with four NCAA Division I women’s volleyball titles since 1999, was ranked first in the AVCA Division I National Poll all season. Texas, playing in the title match for the first time since 1995, was ranked second from start to finish in 2009 setting up the highly anticipated match.

Hodge was supported offensively by freshman Darcy Dorton, who finished with 13 kills on a .323 attack efficiency. Blair Brown chipped in another 13 kills to go with 14 digs and three block assists. Arielle Wilson hit .348 with nine kills to go with a block solo and four block assists. She hit .348 in the match to finish the season with a .540 attack efficiency, shattering the previous single-season best individual hitting percentage of .519 set by Tyrona Clark of Florida A&M in 1988.

Penn State setter Alisha Glass set the Nittany Lions used 53 assists to a .234 team hitting efficiency to go with two individual kills, 12 digs and four block assists.

Texas’ Destinee Hooker turned in a highlight reel night with a career-high 34 kills to go with 17 digs, two aces, a block solo and two block assists as part of a 38-point performance, but it was not enough in the end. Rachael Adams tacked on 11 kills to go with six block assists. Juliann Faucette contributed 10 kills and seven block assists for the Longhorns. Ashley Engle nearly turned in a triple-double with eight kills, 36 assists, 14 digs and two aces. Texas hit .251 for the match as Michelle Kocher added 24 assists and 12 digs in the Longhorns use of two setters.

Statistically, the two teams put up near identical numbers aside from the team hitting efficiency won by the Longhorns. Texas held a slim 81-80 dig margin in a match highlighted by defensive saves in the back row to continue several points. The Nittany Lions edged the Longhorns 14-12 in team blocks, while Texas won the service ace battle 5-4. However, the Longhorns committed 14 service errors and 25 attack errors to the Nittany Lions’ eight service errors and 20 attack errors.

Penn State’s three seniors – Hodge, Glass and Kelsey Ream – concluded their careers with a 142-5 overall record for an all-time best .966 winning percentage. The previous best-ever for a NCAA Division I class was Penn State’s 1999 group that finished with a 133-7 record and .950 winning percentage.

Hooker earned the 2009 NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. Penn State’s Hodge, Wilson and Glass were part of the all-tournament team joining Longhorns Engle and Faucette. Minneosta’s Hailey Cowles rounded out the seven-player all-tournament team.

Many of the players competing in the championship match have ties to the USA Volleyball High Performance and national teams. Hooker and Faucette trained with the U.S. Women's National Team in spring of 2008 in effort to gain a spot on the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team. Hodge and Glass trained with the national team this summer. Several other Nittany Lions and Longhorns have been part of U.S. Girls' Youth National and U.S. Women's Junior National Teams.

For a full recap of the Penn State-Texas match including stats, video highlights, quotes and notes, click here.

To view the entire NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship bracket, click here.


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Sunday, December 20th 2009, 4:21pm

Congratulations Penn State Women's Volleyball

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Monday, December 21st 2009, 10:52pm

Here you can find 110 volleyball photos: Penn State vs. Texas NCAA D-I Volleyball Championship

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Monday, December 28th 2009, 7:08am

Penn State vs Texas can be found on ESPN 360
Destinee Hooker was great for Texas, but Penn State was the better team all around. Megan Hodge had troubles attacking at times, but her serve reception helped keep Penn State in the game. Hodge and Penn State's libero were the only player receiving serves. With her all around skills I'd expect to see her on the national team this year. Hooker is a great attacker, but she is not a great defender. I could see her as an opposite at the next level.

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Amy Towns 5’11” OH, Pittsburgh
Kelly Corkum 6’3” RS, Albany
Kalyn Mostert 6’2” OH, Albany
Maddison Molyneux 6’2” MH/RS, Hartford
Kira Giles 5’10” S, UMBC
Sarah Joy 6’0” OH/MB, UMBC
Ali Loynachan 6’1” OH/RS, UMBC
Amanda Cowdrey 5’10” OH, Dayton
Alison Loeppky 6’1” MH, Jacksonville
Jane Hawryliw 6’0” OH, USC Upstate
Tabitha Love 6’6” OH, Minnesota
Samantha Ainsworth 6’1” OH/S, Purdue
Caroline Jarmoc 6’2” MB, Kansas
Kacie McTavish OH, Syracuse
Hayley Todd MB, Syracuse
Noemie Lefebvre OH, Syracuse
Samantha Hinz MB, Syracuse
Jocelyn Waldern 6’0” MB, Georgia State
Jessica Zeroual 6’1” MB, James Madison
Katee Luecke 5’8” S, James Madison
Jordyn Maloney 5’8” S, William & Mary
Sonja Markanovich 6’1” MB, Arizona State
Sofie Schlagintwiet 6’1” OH, Arizona State
Lexie Rathgeber 6‘3“ MB, Oregon State
Jill Sawatzky 6’2” OH, Oregon State
Camille Saxton 6’0” OH, Oregon State
Lucy Charuk 6’2” MB, Houston
Bailey Philippot 6’1” OH, Houston
Tory McCutcheon 6’2” MB, UCF
Stephanie Pauls 5’11” S, Memphis
Emily Underwood 6’3” MB, Memphis
Dianne Craine 6’0” OH, Tulsa
Rachel Vukson 6’1” S, Tulsa
Patty Jarmoc 6’0’’ S, UTEP
Aidan Mooney 6’0” MB, UTEP
Kaitlin Jackson 5’11” OH/RS, Bowling Green
Kristen Bignell 6’3” MB, Buffalo
Sarah Wheatcroft 6’1” OH, Delaware State
Ashley Herman 6’1” MB, Delaware State
Mianna Armstrong 5’9” OH, Hampton
Virginia Chell 5’11” MB, Hampton
Mika Chow 5’6” S, Hampton
Dana Cranston 6’3” MB, Colorado State
Caitlin McMillan 5’10” OH, San Diego State
Amanda Yausie 5’8” S, Eastern Washington
Hayley Hills 5’11” OH, Eastern Washington
Jamie Thibeault 6’3” MB, Montana
Nicole Gypiuk 6’1” OH, Montana State
Kyla Hendry 6’1” MB, Montana State
Jennifer Lundquist 5’10” S, Montana State
Kobi Christensen 6’0” OH, Northern Arizona
Kim Lissina 5’11” S, Weber State
Carissa Noble 6’1” MB, Weber State
Katie Mario 5’11” OH, Weber State
Briana Wilms 6’2” MB, Weber State
Becky Pavan, 6’4” MB, Kentucky
Johanna Ovsenek 5’11” MB, Sacred Heart
Kayla Grantham 5’11” OH, Austin Peay
Lisa Hooey 6’3” MB, FIU
Georgia Robinson 6’3” OH, FAU
Jaclyn Nickels 6’1” MB, South Alabama
Vicky Rogoschewsky 5’11” OH
Kehly MacDuff 5’6” DS, UALR
Kristi Block 5‘11“ OH, UALR
Nicole Peters 5‘11“ S, South Dakota State
April Brown 5’7” S, Mississippi Valley State
Jane Peterson 5’4” DS, Mississippi Valley State
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Valentina Gonzalez 6’0” MB, Georgia
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Keishla Negron 5’8” DS/OH, Florida Gulf Coast
Nallelis Sanfeliz 5’10” OH, North Florida
Maria Fernanda 5’7” DS, Oklahoma
Mariana Thon 5’6” S, USF
Jaymie Jimenez 5’6” DS/L, Cal State Northridge
Jenni Nogueras 5’11” S, Washington
Adriana Vazquez 5’7” OH, Hampton
Nakya Benitez 5’3” DS, Drake
Janeliss Torres-Lopez 6’1” MB, Arkansas
Paloma Alvarez 6’0” OH, Western Carolina
Amanda Chaparro 5’11” RS, Western Carolina
Yamari Padilla-Collazo 5’6” S, Tennessee State
Vicmari Prospero 6’0” MB, Tennessee State
Yarimar Rosa 5’10” OH, FIU
Natalia Valentin 5’8” S, FIU
Natalie Rodriguez 5’7” S, Alabama A&M
Adriana Fuertes 5’5” S, Bryant
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Darlene Ramdin 6’2” OH/MB, St. John’s
Renele Ford 6’4” RS/S, UCF
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Monday, August 30th 2010, 1:44pm…tats-index.html Statistics from season 2009/2010. Someone know Best Killer ;) She has national Chinese or American?
Prediction Game:

Gold Medals - 13

Silver Medals - 8

Bronze Medals - 7

Overall: 28


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