LOVB begins its professional ladies’s volleyball league in November 2024.
Professional Volleyball Federation will get underway in February 2024.
Each are signing and stockpiling gamers.
LOVB (League One Volleyball) introduced Monday that it has signed some big-time gamers and added a franchise.
Professional Volleyball has signings and in addition named the coach of its San Diego workforce.
LOVB stated it has signed Jordan Thompson, Micha Hancock, Carli Lloyd, Jordyn Poulter and Lauren Carlini. Beforehand the league signed Kelsey Robinson Prepare dinner, Haleigh Washington and Justine Wong-Orantes. Thompson, Hancock, Poulter, Prepare dinner, Washington and Wong-Orantes have been all members of the USA workforce that received gold within the Tokyo Olympics. Lloyd was a 2016 USA Olympian and Carlini was a 2021 Olympic alternate.
LOVB additionally introduced that it’ll have a franchise in Salt Lake Metropolis. Beforehand it introduced groups in Madison, Wisconsin, Houston and Atlanta.
LOVB, which intends to tie in its women golf equipment to its execs, famous that’s has a powerful presence within the USA Volleyball InterMountain Area. It owns Membership V, which has 75 groups and in addition has Membership 801 and its 32 groups.
Professional Volleyball Federation additionally has a workforce in Atlanta and final week it introduced a couple of signings, together with Leah Edmond, Ali Bastianelli and Grace Cleveland. The franchise has since added names NCAA followers will know properly, together with Tori Dilfer Stringer, Kylie Pickrell, Marlie Monserez, Alli Stumler-Linnehan, Shelly Stafford, Morgan Hentz and Polina Shemanova.
The Grand Rapids workforce added Claire Chaussee, Emiliya Dimitrova, Camila Gomez-Hernandez, Marin Grote and Holly Toliver.
The Omaha workforce signed Sydney Hilley and Gina Mancuso-Prososki.
Columbus has Jenna Rosenthal, who has been a PVF spokesperson, and Raymariely Santos.
San Diego signed August Raskie.
San Diego additionally introduced Monday its coach might be three-time Olympian and two-time silver medalist Tayyiba Haneef-Park. She was an assistant at Oregon final season.