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U.S. Teams Shine at BPT Futures Halifax

Logan Webber and Hagen Smith took home silver at BPT Halifax

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Sep. 25, 2023) – Let’s celebrate the success of the U.S. teams at the BPT Futures Halifax tournament! Three U.S. pairs showed their talent and earned medals in Halifax, Canada. This article gives you all the details and previews the upcoming Elite 16 Paris competition.

U.S. Success at BPT Futures Halifax

In the men’s bracket, Logan Webber and Hagen Smith put on an impressive performance, winning four matches on their way to a silver medal. They faced tough opponents, Sam Schachter and Daniel Dearing from Canada, in the final and narrowly missed the gold. Nevertheless, their achievement deserves recognition. Congratulations to Logan Webber and Hagen Smith!

Carli Lloyd and Kylie Deberg earn bronze at BPT Futures Halifax

Teegan Van Gunst, who recently won a silver medal with Katie Lindstrom at BPT Miguel Pereira, continued her success in Halifax. This time, she partnered with Kim Hildreth, and together they secured another silver medal for the U.S. They faced fierce competition, including their fellow Americans Carli Lloyd and Kylie Deberg, in the semifinals. Although they couldn’t clinch the gold, their consistent performances are commendable. Special mention to Carli Lloyd and Kylie Deberg, who won the bronze medal in a thrilling match against Kahlee York and Mariah Whalen.

Elite 16 Paris – An Exciting Competition Awaits

Elite 16 Paris

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The next big event on the calendar is Elite 16 Paris, which will take place from September 27 to September 30. The U.S. will be well-represented, with four top pairs competing in the men’s bracket. Miles Partain and Andy Benesh, the number one overall seed, are poised to make a strong impact. Joining them in the qualification matches are Trevor Crabb and Theo Brunner, Chaim Schalk and Tri Bourne, and Miles Evans and Chase Budinger.

The women’s bracket features three U.S. teams in the main draw. Kristen Nuss and Taryn Kloth, the overall number two seed, are eager to showcase their skills. Kelly Cheng and Sara Hughes, as well as Betsi Flint and Julia Scoles, will also be competing. Keep an eye out for Alix Klineman, the 2020 Olympic gold medalist, and her partner Hailey Harward as they make their international debut together. Terese Cannon and Megan Kraft will also be representing the U.S.


Q: After Halifax, what’s next for U.S. teams?
A: Following the success in Halifax, the U.S. teams will head to the NORCECA Beach Puerto Plata event in the Dominican Republic. Two men’s teams, Logan Webber and Hagen Smith, as well as Tim Brewster and Kyle Friend, are ready to continue their momentum. For the women, Lexy Denaburg and Molly Turner, along with Corrinne Quiggle and Sarah Murphy, will aim for the top spot on the podium.

Q: Where can I find more information about the USA Volleyball Beach Tour?
A: You can find more information about the USA Volleyball Beach Tour, including upcoming events, on the official Alpinetgheep website here.

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The U.S. teams have proven their talent and determination once again at the BPT Futures Halifax tournament. We congratulate all the athletes who earned medals and wish them continued success in upcoming competitions, including the Elite 16 Paris and NORCECA Beach Puerto Plata events. Stay tuned for more exciting updates and watch as our U.S. teams shine on the international beach volleyball stage.

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