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Monday, June 4th 2018, 6:50pm

Author: theloneracer

2018 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League

Quoted from "sitenoise" Sarina Koga cut from Japanese roster for week 4 I don't want to overreact, but she went from untouchable -> to the bench -> to Home in three weeks. This is bad for her. Maybe not. Maybe she has a small injury or a family matter. Actually, Koga is in Thailand with the rest of the team, so there is a chance that she will return in week 5. Cr: SMMTVHD @ YT Quoted from "hudymk" Korea the same roster as in 3 week? With the return of KYK and their 2 senior MBs Kim Su-Ji and Ya...

Tuesday, May 29th 2018, 9:00am

Author: theloneracer

Korean NT 2018

Korean roster for the 3rd week in Apeldoorn (Netherlands): S: 5. LEE Hyo-Hee, 6. LEE Na-Yeon, 19. LEE Da-YeongOP: 1. NA Hyun-Soo, 4. KIM Hee-JinOH: 2. KIM Ju-Hyang, 13. PARK Jeong-Ah, 15. KANG So-Hwi, 17. LEE Jae-Yeong, 18. YOO Seo-YeunMB: 9. JEONG Sun-Ah, 25. PARK Eun-JinLi: 8. YIM Myung-Ok, 20. NA Hyun-Jung MB 12. KIM Chae-Yeon travelled with the team but missed out due to an abdominal muscle injury. As previously mentioned OH 10. KIM Yeon-Koung, MB 11. KIM Su-Ji, and MB 14. YANG Hyo-Jin has b...

Tuesday, May 29th 2018, 6:36am

Author: theloneracer

2018 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League

Korean roster for the 3rd week in Apeldoorn (Netherlands): S: 5. LEE Hyo-Hee, 6. LEE Na-Yeon, 19. LEE Da-YeongOPP: 1. NA Hyun-Soo, 4. KIM Hee-JinOH: 2. KIM Ju-Hyang, 13. PARK Jeong-Ah, 15. KANG So-Hwi, 17. LEE Jae-Yeong, 18. YOO Seo-YeunMB: 9. JEONG Sun-Ah, 25. PARK Eun-JinLi: 8. YIM Myung-Ok, 20. NA Hyun-Jung MB 12. KIM Chae-Yeon travelled with the team but missed out due to an abdominal muscle injury. As previously mentioned OH 10. KIM Yeon-Koung, MB 11. KIM Su-Ji, and MB 14. YANG Hyo-Jin has ...

Monday, May 28th 2018, 11:09am

Author: theloneracer

Japanese NT 2018

Here is the Hinotori roster for the 3rd week (original post) S: 10. Koyomi Tominaga, 22. Kanami TashiroOH/OPP: 2. Sarina Koga, 4. Risa Shinnabe, 7. Yuki Ishii, 8. Mami Uchiseto, 20. Arisa Inoue, 21 Ai KurogoMB: 3. Nana Iwasaka (C), 9. Haruyo Shimamura, 13. Mai Okumura, 24. Aika AkutagawaLi: 15. Kotoe INOUE, 23. Akane Yamagishi, 27. Mana Toe Source: 1 From the 2nd week roster 19. Mari Horikawa [OPP] is out and sitenoise's gf 24. Aika Akutagawa [MB] come back in. Quoted from "came" @theloneracer N...

Monday, May 28th 2018, 10:43am

Author: theloneracer

2018 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League

Japanese roster for the 3rd week in Hong Kong, China: S: 10. Koyomi Tominaga, 22. Kanami TashiroOH/OPP: 2. Sarina Koga, 4. Risa Shinnabe, 7. Yuki Ishii, 8. Mami Uchiseto, 20. Arisa Inoue, 21 Ai KurogoMB: 3. Nana Iwasaka (C), 9. Haruyo Shimamura, 13. Mai Okumura, 24. Aika AkutagawaLi: 15. Kotoe INOUE, 23. Akane Yamagishi, 27. Mana Toe Source: 1 From the 2nd week roster 19. Mari Horikawa [OPP] is out and 24. Aika Akutagawa [MB] come back in.

Thursday, May 24th 2018, 8:38pm

Author: theloneracer

2018 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League

Quoted from "StefanS" So after week 2 of 5 there are five teams with 5 to 1 victories occupying the qualification berths now: USA, Serbia, Brazil, Turkey and Netherlands would attend hosts China in Nanjing in finals, if they can hold them. Main contenders are now Russia and South Korea with 4 to 2 victories each so far. You can forget about South Korea. KYK, Yang Hyo-Jin and Kim Su-Ji will not be playing in week 3 & 5. The defeat to Belgium and Italy might have cost them the chance at making th...

Monday, May 21st 2018, 3:45pm

Author: theloneracer

Korean NT 2018

Korean Women U19 NT Roster for 2018 Asian Women's U19 Championship to be held at Bac Ninh, Vietnam from June 10th - 17th. 1. CHOI Min-Ji (최민지) - 2000.05.24 - 182cm - 80kg - MB - Gangneung Girl’s H.S. (강릉여고)2. LEE Ju-Ah (이주아) - 2000.08.21 - 186cm - 69kg - MB - Wongok H.S. (원곡고)3. PARK Eun-Seo (박은서) - 2000.09.04 - 174cm - 53kg - S - Suwon Computer Science Girls' H.S. (수원전산여고)4. LEE Yun-Ju (이윤주) - 2000.10.30 - 172cm - 59kg - S - Jungang Girls' H.S. (중앙여고)11. JUNG Ho-Young (정호영) - 2001.08.23 - 189cm...

Monday, May 21st 2018, 9:37am

Author: theloneracer

South Korea - Women - KOVO V-League 2017/2018 & KOVO Cup 2017

NEWS UPDATE OH CHOI Eun-Ji have left Korea Expressway Corp. Hi-pass as she has signed with KGC Ginseng on an 80M KRW (approx. $73.6K) per year contract. Apparently KGC Ginseng setter SI Eun-Mi also qualified for FA status. She failed to reach an agreement with KGC in the 1st round and did not reach an agreement with any other team during the 2nd round. She has since announced that she will be retiring from the indoor version and will switch to beach volleyball with the goal of making the Asian G...

Tuesday, May 15th 2018, 11:05am

Author: theloneracer

2018 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League

Quoted from "bumpsetspike" Do you know if they will they be streaming the China vs Dominican Republic match afterwards? Sorry, but they are not. However, there will be a replay of the Belgium vs Korea match in a few hours at 23:10 KST.

Tuesday, May 15th 2018, 9:54am

Author: theloneracer

2018 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League

Belgium vs Korea http://aqstream.com/sbssp/SBS-Sports-Stream-2

Monday, May 14th 2018, 6:46pm

Author: theloneracer

South Korea - Women - KOVO V-League 2017/2018 & KOVO Cup 2017

NEWS UPDATE: Heungkuk libero HAN Ji-Hyun signed with IBK Altos next season. Her contract is for 80M KRW (approx. $74.8K USD) per annum. Hyundai E&C MB KIM Se-Young and IBK Altos OH KIM Mi-Youn have both signed with Heungkuk Life Pink Spiders for next season. Both players agreed to contracts reportedly worth 150M KRW (approx. $140.2K USD) per annum. Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4

Monday, May 14th 2018, 9:45am

Author: theloneracer

Japanese NT 2018

Quoted from "theloneracer" Japanese roster for the 1st week: S: 10. Koyomi Tominaga, 22. Kanami TashiroOPP: 19. Mari HorikawaOH: 2. Sarina Koga, 7. Yuki Ishii, 18. Saori Takahashi, 20. Arisa Inoue, 21 Ai KurogoMB: 3. Nana Iwasaka (C), 9. Haruyo Shimamura, 13. Mai Okumura, 24. Aika Akutagawa Li: 15. Kotoe INOUE, 23. Akane Yamagishi, 27. Mana Toe Source: 1 Arisa Inoue made it but Yurie Nabeya didn't? Quoted from "sitenoise" Somehow I missed the fact that Yuka IMAMURA has been clipped from the wid...

Monday, May 14th 2018, 9:03am

Author: theloneracer

2018 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League

Japanese roster for the 1st week: S: 10. Koyomi Tominaga, 22. Kanami TashiroOPP: 19. Mari HorikawaOH: 2. Sarina Koga, 7. Yuki Ishii, 18. Saori Takahashi, 20. Arisa Inoue, 21 Ai KurogoMB: 3. Nana Iwasaka (C), 9. Haruyo Shimamura, 13. Mai Okumura, 24. Aika Akutagawa Li: 15. Kotoe INOUE, 23. Akane Yamagishi, 27. Mana Toe Source: 1

Sunday, May 13th 2018, 7:42pm

Author: theloneracer

Korean NT 2018

www.volleyball.world/en/vnl/women/teams/kor-korea Looks like rookie setter LEE Won-Jeong and both liberos KIM Hae-Ran and KIM Yeong-Yeon were cut from the team as evident in the team photo (only with 18 players). Quoted from "Moebius" It looks like former Heungkuk coach Cha Hae-Won will lead Korea NT this year. I wonder what prompted this change. 1 By the way, something went wrong with NT photoshoot for VNL this year Lighting is just so unflattering. Forgot to mention who the coach was when I po...

Saturday, May 12th 2018, 9:42am

Author: theloneracer

2018 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League

Korean roster for the 1st week: S: LEE Hyo-Hee, LEE Na-Yeon, LEE Da-YeongOPP: KIM Hee-Jin, NA Hyun-SooOH: KIM Yeon-Koung, PARK Jeong-Ah, LEE Jae-Yeong, KANG So-HwiMB: KIM Su-Ji, YANG Hyo-Jin, PARK Eun-JinLi: YIM Myung-Ok, NA Hyun-Jung MB JEONG Sun-Ah will also travel with the team to China.

Friday, May 11th 2018, 5:02pm

Author: theloneracer

South Korea - Women - KOVO V-League 2017/2018 & KOVO Cup 2017

NEWS UPDATE: A total of 24 participants (1, 2, 3) The order of the pick for each team was determined by a lottery draw. A total of 120 balls with 6th place Heungkuk getting 30 balls (25%), 5th place KGC Ginseng getting 26 balls (21.6%), 4th place GS Caltex getting 22 balls (18.3%), 3rd place Hyundai E&C getting 18 balls (16%), 2nd place IBK Altos getting 14 balls (11.6%), and 1st place KEC Hi-pass getting 10 balls (8.3%). Tryout result: www.instagram.com/p/BiatbbthwqS/ 1st Pick - KGC Ginseng - A...

Friday, May 11th 2018, 1:34pm

Author: theloneracer

South Korea - Women - KOVO V-League 2017/2018 & KOVO Cup 2017

Quoted from "Emily 92" Hi guys, I'm a newbie here. I just started to follow Korean women volleyball this month after seeing their old video of 2012 Olympics and 2014 AVC. Han Song Yi is my favourite though but so sad in these recent years, as she is getting older, it's hard to see any big news about her. Can you update me some of your acknowledgement about Han Song Yi? So far, i knew that she transfered to KGC but after seeing some matches, it seems like she hasn't totally adjusted to new team....

Wednesday, May 9th 2018, 8:00am

Author: theloneracer

2018 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League

Kim Yeon-Koung will not be travelling with the South Korea NT when they go to Apeldoorn (Netherlands) in week 3 and Santa Fe (Argentina) in week 5. Kim will be rested and will only play in Ningbo (China), Suwon (South Korea), and Nakhon Ratchasima (Thailand). I think there is a possibility that other senior players in the Korean NT will also be rested when they travel to Netherlands and Argentina.

Monday, April 30th 2018, 9:42pm

Author: theloneracer

South Korea - Women - KOVO V-League 2017/2018 & KOVO Cup 2017

NEWS UPDATE: Korea Expressway Corp. Hi-pass head coach KIM Jong-Min has renewed his contract with the team for a further 3 years. Sources: 1, 2 Heungkuk Life Pink Spiders head coach PARK Mi-Hee has renewed her contract with the team for 2 more years. Sources: 1, 2, 3 IBK Altos and libero NOH Ran have agreed to a new 75M KRW annual contract (approx. 70.1K USD). Sources: 1, 2 After two seasons with IBK Altos, Madison Kingdon/Rishel has decided to leave Korea and did not apply for the tryout in ear...

Monday, April 16th 2018, 1:18pm

Author: theloneracer

Japan - V.Premier League 2017-2018

To make up for my April Fools' Day joke to everyone, here are some videos of the All-Star game. Just a heads-up, you won't be able to see every point of the game but it is better than nothing. V. Premier League https://vimeo.com/261955659 (Highlights) V. Challenge League https://vimeo.com/261954001 (Highlights) Totally agree with @sitenoise that Japanese V-League needs to step up their game in promoting any future All-star game but I also want to see them promote their new league much better tha...