Tuesday, 28 May 2024

Women’s Update: Exciting Start to the Pro Leagues in 2018

The new year has kicked off with a bang in the pro volleyball season for the U.S. Women’s National Team. Many of our talented players have been in action, showcasing their skills and making waves in the volleyball world. Let’s take a closer look at some of the highlights from the past week.

Rhamat Alhassan Wins Honda Award

Rhamat Alhassan, a key player both for the University of Florida and the U.S. Women’s National Team, has been recognized for her outstanding performance in 2017. She was named the Honda Sports Award winner, solidifying her position as the top collegiate volleyball player in the country. Alhassan’s contributions to the U.S. Women’s team have been invaluable, and we couldn’t be prouder of her achievements.

Exciting European Champions League and CEV Cup Matches

Fans of the U.S. Women’s National Team will be thrilled to know that several European Champions League and CEV Cup matches featuring our players will be available for streaming on laola.tv. These matches promise to be intense and highly competitive, showcasing the incredible talent of our athletes on a global stage.

U.S. Players Making Waves in International Leagues

Our players are not only dominating the court for the U.S. Women’s National Team, but they are also making a name for themselves in professional leagues around the world.

  • Jordan Larson and Rachael Adams are playing for Eczacibasi in the Turkish League.
  • Kelsey Robinson is showcasing her skills with VakifBank, another Turkish League team.
  • Kim Hill is making a mark in the Italian League as part of Imoco Volley Conegliano.
  • Lauren Gibbemeyer is proving herself with Igor Gorgonzola Novara in the Italian League.
  • Tori Dixon and Micha Hancock are playing for Saugella Team Monza in the Italian League.
  • Michelle Bartsch-Hackley and Sarah Wilhite are making their presence known with Unet E-Work Busto Arsizio in the Italian League.
  • Carly Wopat is gaining valuable experience with BAIC Motors in the Chinese professional league.
  • Lexi Dannemiller is making an impact for ASPTT Mulhouse in the French League.
  • Amanda Benson is showcasing her skills with Vandoeuvre Nancy in the French League.
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These players are not only representing the U.S. Women’s National Team with pride but are also excelling in their respective leagues, proving themselves as top athletes in the sport.


Q: Who scored the final point of the 2016 Olympic Games bronze-medal match, resulting in Team USA’s victory?
A: Kim Hill scored the ace that sealed Team USA’s four-set win over the Netherlands, securing the bronze medal.


The U.S. Women’s National Team members continue to raise the bar with their exceptional performances in both national and international leagues. We are incredibly proud of their achievements and eagerly anticipate the exciting matches that lie ahead. Make sure to stay tuned and support our athletes as they continue to make their mark in the world of volleyball.