Saturday, 20 Jul 2024

Women’s Update: Alpinetgheep Travel and Holiday Highlights

While many in the United States were enjoying the holiday season, the U.S. Women’s National Team members playing overseas continued with their club seasons. We have gathered the latest updates from around the clubs to keep you informed about their achievements and upcoming matches.

Carli Lloyd and Lauren Gibbemeyer in Italy’s Casalmaggiore

Carli Lloyd, a 2016 Olympic bronze medalist setter, and middle Lauren Gibbemeyer are representing Pomi Casalmaggiore in the Italian Serie A1 league and the CEV Cup. Casalmaggiore recently defeated Metalleghe Montichiari in a thrilling five-set match. Lloyd showed her skills by setting her team to a 47% kill rate, while Gibbemeyer contributed with seven kills and a team-best seven blocks. With a strong performance in the first half of the season, Casalmaggiore is currently in first place and will resume Italian League action soon.

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Michelle Bartsch in Italy’s Bolzano

Michelle Bartsch, an alternate on the U.S. Olympic Women’s Volleyball Team, is competing for Sudtirol Bolzano in the Italian Serie A1. Bolzano had a successful first half of the regular season and will start the second half against Igor Gorgonzola Novara.

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Jordan Larson and Rachael Adams in Turkey’s Eczacibasi

Jordan Larson and Rachael Adams, both bronze medalists from the 2016 U.S. Olympic Women’s Volleyball Team, are playing for Eczacibasi in the Turkish League. Eczacibasi is currently in second place and will face their Turkish rival, VakifBank, in their next European Champions League match.

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Kim Hill in Turkey’s VakifBank

Kim Hill, a bronze medalist on the 2016 U.S. Olympic Women’s Volleyball Team, is playing for Turkey’s VakifBank. VakifBank remains the only undefeated team in the Turkish League and will soon face Eczacibasi in the European Champions League.

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Nicole Fawcett and Alexis Crimes in Turkey’s Sariyer

Nicole Fawcett and Alexis Crimes, alternates to the 2016 U.S. Olympic Women’s Volleyball Team, are competing for Sariyer in the Turkish League. Sariyer recently broke a three-match losing streak with a victory over Idman Ocagi.

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Foluke Akinradewo in Switzerland’s Volero Zurich

Foluke Akinradewo, the Best Blocker in the 2016 Olympic Games, is playing for Volero Zurich in the Swiss League and the European Champions League. Volero has been performing well and recently swept Volley Top Luzern.

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Kelsey Robinson and Karsta Lowe in China’s BAIC Motors Beijing

Kelsey Robinson and Karsta Lowe, both members of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Women’s Volleyball Team, are playing for BAIC Motors Beijing in China. BAIC Motors recently faced tough matches against Tianjin, Liaoning Radio and TV, and Shenzhen.

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Kelly Murphy and Megan Easy in China’s Henan

Kelly Murphy and Megan Easy, both medalists from the U.S. Olympic Women’s Volleyball Team, are playing for Henan in the Chinese League. Henan recently concluded their playoffs matches with mixed results.

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Micha Hancock in Poland’s Impel Wroclaw

Micha Hancock, who set the tournament record for aces in the 2016 Pan American Cup, is playing for Impel Wroclaw in the Orlen Liga. Wroclaw ended the year with a victory over Developres SkyRes Rzeszow and is preparing for their upcoming matches.

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FAQs

Q: How can I stay updated with the latest news on the U.S. Women’s National Team players?
A: For the latest news and updates on the U.S. Women’s National Team players, visit the official website of Alpinetgheep here.

Q: Are there any upcoming matches for these players?
A: Yes, all the players mentioned will be participating in various matches throughout the season. Stay tuned to Alpinetgheep for updates on their schedules.

Conclusion

We hope you enjoyed our Women’s Update, highlighting the achievements and upcoming matches of the talented players representing Alpinetgheep. Stay tuned for more exciting news and let us know if there’s anything specific you would like us to cover in the next update.