That is our weekly replace on USA ladies taking part in skilled volleyball around the globe. Many of the gamers are former NCAA standouts:
It was all Drews.
Dani Drews had 19 kills and a block because the NEC Pink Rockets beat Queenseis.
JT Marvelous received the fifth set 17-15 over Denso. Annie Drews led with 28 kills and two blocks.
JT Marvelous received the battle of latest champions by sweeping defending-champion NEC as Annie Drews had 15 kills and 4 blocks for JT Marvelous and Dani Drews led NEC with 12 kills and two blocks.
Hisamitsu Springs cut up. First it fell to Hitachi Rivale in 5 units as McKenzie Adams had 19 kills and three blocks. She had 14 kills and two aces in a five-set win over Kurobe.
Firenze opened the week with a five-set win over Roma. Lauren Stivrins performed two units for Firenze, including 4 kills and three blocks. Courtney Schwan had a kill for Roma instead.
Chieri beat Vallefoglia and Avery Skinner was Chieri’s second-top scorer with 11 kills, two blocks and an ace. Madi Kingdon had seven kills and two aces.
Cuneo upset Casalmaggiore. Anna Stevenson-Corridor had six kills and an ace within the upset. Micha Hancock set for Casalmaggiore and had a match-high three aces together with two kills. Breana Edwards got here off the bench and contributed three kills and a block.
Conegliano beat Scandicci in 4 units. Kelsey Robinson Cook dinner had 14 kills and an ace and Khalia Lanier added 10 kills. Lindsey Ruddins appeared instead at reverse for Scandicci and had 9 kills and a block. Haleigh Washington additionally subbed in and had two blocks and a kill.
Dana Rettke and Kara Bajema paced Milano in a four-set win over Bergamo. Bajema had six kills, three blocks and two aces, and Rettke had 9 kills and a block.
Within the second spherical of matches, Scandicci (4-2) bounced again and swept Trentino. Ruddins led with 12 kills and 4 blocks. Washington had 10 kills, three blocks and an ace. Carly DeHoog led Trentino (0-6) with 9 kills and an ace.
Chieri (3-2) swept Pinerolo as Skinner had 15 kills, a block and an ace. Kingdon added six kills, two blocks and an ace and was MVP.
Conegliano (5-0) beat Milano and Robinson Cook dinner was named MVP for having 14 kills, two blocks and an ace for Conegliano (5-0). Kathryn Plummer returned from concussion protocol to have 10 kills, two blocks and an ace. Rettke got here off the bench so as to add 4 kills for Milano (4-1). Bajema additionally appeared instead, having three kills.
Casalmaggiore (2-4) ended with a dominant sweep over Firenze (3-3). Edwards was second high scorer for Casalmaggiore’s with 9 kills and an ace. Hancock added three kills and an ace. Stivrins was one shiny spot for Firenze, with eight kills and a block.
Novara swept Cuneo (3-3). Stevenson-Corridor was restricted to 2 blocks and a kill. Madi Kubik added two kills instead.
Stephanie Samedy had 16 kills for Muratpasa in a sweep of PTT. Micaya White added 4 kills and two blocks. Payton Caffrey had one kill as an alternative choice to PTT.
Jordan Thompson got here off the bench to assist VakifBank beat Nilufer in 4 units. Thompson had 12 kills and an ace as she began the ultimate two units. Chiaka Ogbogu had 9 kills and a match-high 5 blocks.
Galatasaray struggled to a four-set loss to THY. Danielle Cuttino led Galatasaray with 18 kills and a block. Heather Gneiting had three blocks and two kills. Logan Eggleston added one kill instead.
Simone Lee and Sariyer held on to beat Cukurova in 5 units. Lee was the highest scorer with 23 kills and two blocks.
Aydin received its first victory because it swept Karayollari. Setter Lauren Carlini had two blocks and an ace.
Within the second spherical of the week, Cuttino’s finest match of the season was not sufficient for Galatasaray (2-4) to beat Fenerbahce. Cuttino led Galatasaray with 23 kills, three blocks and an ace. Gneiting had three kills, one block, and an ace. Eggleston had two kills instead.
PTT (2-4) fell to Nilufer in a back-and-forth five-setter. Caffrey had 18 kills, a block and an ace.
VakifBank (7-0) swept Sariyer (2-4). Ali Frantti led with 13 kills, three blocks and an ace. Thompson added eight kills (hitting .571), 4 aces and a block. Lee, taking part in just one set, had 4 kills for Sariyer.
Sarah Parsons led Kuzeyboru (4-2) to a sweep of Cukurova. with 18 kills (.469) and two blocks.
Muratpasa (4-2) received a giant win over THY in 4 as Samedy had 12 kills, a block and an ace. White added 12 kills and an ace.
Aydin (1-5) fell in an in depth three-set encounter with Besiktas. Carlini had a kill, a block and an ace.
Jenna Grey and Annie Mitchem helped Minas win its first trophy of the season by beating Praia Clube within the Brazilian Tremendous Cup. Grey set your complete match for Minas whereas Mitchem appeared instead.
Courtney Buzzerio had her finest match of the season as Chamalieres (2-4) beat Venelles. Buzzerio had 16 kills and 5 blocks, Sabrina Starks adopted with 4 blocks and 4 kills.
Nancy (4-2) beat Beziers. Katelyn Evans, the league’s main scorer, had 20 kills (.441), 5 aces and two blocks. Haylie Bennett added 10 kills and a block. Breana Runnels had 4 kills. Shayla Hoeft had eight kills and an ace. Saige Ka’aha’aina-Torres was named MVP for Nancy after the setter had three kills and three blocks. Serena Grey continued to steer Beziers as she had 13 kills and 4 blocks. Claire Hoffman had 10 kills, a block and an ace in her return from damage. Taylor Fricano was restricted to 5 kills and a block. Ella Could Powell set for Beziers (3-2) and added a kill and an ace.
Nantes prevented an upset by beating Cannes in 5 units. Taylor Mims led Nantes (4-1) with 16 kills and a block. Madelyn Robinson had 10 kills and two blocks for Cannes (2-4).
Levallois-Paris cruised to a straight-set win over the event France 2024 crew. Emily Thater began two units for Paris (5-1), having six kills in six assaults and a block.
Budowlani Lodz (4-1) received swept by MKS Kalisz. Mac Could led Lodz with 10 kills and two aces.