by Emily Adams Knight on September 13, 2011
Many things have happened since the last time I blogged. When I last wrote we had just finished our first week of Grand Prix in China and had three left to go. We traveled to Japan and Hong Kong and won our pools at each location which qualified us for the finals in Macau, China. We were put into pools of 4 and played a round robin tournament for the first three days. We finished 2nd in our pool, after losing to Brazil in four sets, which placed us against Serbia in the Semifinal. We beat Serbia in three which moved us into the FINALS and a rematch agains...
by Brynn Murphy on August 18, 2011
Back together and back to work.After the grueling schedule of the World League and World League Finals, we were lucky to have some time off. A few of the guys got to spend that time playing in the Olympic Test Event, while some of the others including myself got to stay states side and work on getting stronger and more dynamic. After a few weeks of getting after it in the weight room all of the team got a well deserved week off. I am sure that everyone had a great time with family and friends. I got to be at home for a while before heading out to Casper, WY. t...
by Harper Cornell on August 11, 2011
Hello from Luohe, China!!
The Women's National Team is getting ready to compete in the FIVB Grand Prix tournament. Last year we had great success! Personally, last year's Grand Prix was my first big International tournament. The team started off a little rocky, but we ended up winning the whole thing! I also received the Best Setter Award. It was a great accomplishment for my first summer competing with the National Team.
The Grand Prix is a very long and tough tournament. It is four weeks long and it takes place in four different countries, one...
by Brynn Murphy on August 10, 2011
Hello from Nagoya Japan,
Myself and the rest of the girls with the U.S. National team have just arrived at our second destination of the Grand Prix Tournament. Grand Prix is a month long tournament spent in a different country every week. Each week we play a round robin type tournament with three other teams. It is a difficult tournament to win because there is a lot of travel involved which translates to often playing in different time zones each week against some of the top teams in the world. Last week we had the opportunity to play Serbia, Kazakhstan ...
by Emily Adams Knight on June 17, 2011
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (June 16, 2011) – The 32nd annual USA Volleyball Girls’ Junior National Championships (GJNC) will take place from June 25-July 4 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.Read the full article here.