Monday, 27 May 2024

Hill Leads U.S. Women Past Canada at NORCECA

The U.S. Women’s National Team, led by outside hitter Kim Hill, emerged victorious against Canada in a thrilling match at the NORCECA Women’s Continental Championship. The U.S. team displayed their dominance, securing a 3-0 win with set scores of 25-17, 25-16, and 25-18. Their impressive performance has propelled them into the gold-medal match against Dominican Republic.

Kim Hill played a pivotal role in the team’s success, delivering 17 kills and an ace for a total of 18 points. Karsta Lowe and Michelle Bartsch-Hackley also made significant contributions to the victory, tallying 13 and 10 points respectively. The American team showcased their strength and versatility, with notable performances from middle blockers Hannah Tapp and Tori Dixon, as well as setter Jordyn Poulter.

The U.S. team exhibited exceptional blocking and serving throughout the match, gaining a 9-7 advantage in blocks and a 9-2 lead in aces. Their offensive prowess was evident as well, with 41 kills compared to Canada’s 26. The American defense effectively stifled Canada’s attacks, limiting them to a 27% kill rate and a .105 hitting efficiency.

Head Coach Karch Kiraly expressed his satisfaction with the team’s performance, emphasizing the importance of executing their game plan effectively. He acknowledged Canada’s resilience and commended their efforts. The U.S. team demonstrated their determination and focus, ensuring that they maintained their high level of play.

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In the gold-medal match, the U.S. will face Dominican Republic, seeking to secure the championship title. Their consistent performance and strong teamwork position them as formidable contenders in the tournament. Fans can catch the exciting match on

Stay tuned for more updates on the U.S. Women’s National Team as they continue their pursuit of victory at the NORCECA Women’s Continental Championship.