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11. 04. 2017

Korean V-League women's tryout list: Sorokaite, Nesovic, Pasynkova...

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Women's tryout have attracted a lot of female volleyball players...

 

Unlike the men's list, on the women's list, there are less attractive names. There are a lot of players from USA, Cuba, Russia...

Women’s tryout will be held on May 10-12 at “Jangchung Gymnasium”, Seoul, Korea.

The number of invited female players are 34. These players that have been marked with the yellow color (the first 30 players + 4 players that played in the previous season) have been invited to the tryout.

After a tryout, 6 female players will be drafted by Korean clubs. The drafted players for 2017/2018 season will be paid 300,000 USD (male) and 150,000 USD (female) basic salary, plus win bonus and championship bonus. 

More info on the official page Korean V-League tryout.

Here is the list of TOP 10:

No.

Name

Tot. pts.

Nationality

1

Indre Sorokaite

166

Italy

2

 Ivana Nesovic

165

Serbia

3

 Irina Smirnova

156

Russia

4

 Alexandra Pasynkova

138

Russia

5

Heidy Margarita Rodriguez Lopez

129

Cuba

6

Fatou Diouck

107

Senegal

7

 Erica Wilson

89

USA

8

Kristina Kicka Mikhailenko

81

Belarus

9

Liannes Simon

75

Cuba

10

Ceren Kestirengoz

72

Turkey

 

     
   From season 2016/2017    

No.

Name

 

Nationality

1

Alaina Coble

 

USA

2

Hillary Hurley

 

USA

3

Tabi Love

 

Canada

4

Madison Rishel

 

USA

 

     
       

 

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19.04.2017 | 16:10 |   Matteo [unregistered]

Will you publish the full list please?

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