08. 08. 2019

OQT M: Hoag picks 14-man roster for Tokyo Qualification Tournament

Source: volleyball.ca; Photo: volleyball.world

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Canada Men’s national team head coach Glenn Hoag picked the roster that will play the FIVB Volleyball International Qualifier for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (August 9-11).

 

Canada will fight for the top spot in Pool F in Ningbo, China, against the host nation, Argentina and Finland in order to seize the ticket to Tokyo right away and not to wait for continental qualifications in January next year.

Canada’s 14-man roster:

TJ Sanders, Gordon Perrin, Steven Marshall, Nicholas Hoag, Stephen Maar, Jason DeRocco, Sharone Vernon-Evans, Daniel Jansen Vandoorn, Lucas Van Berkel, Ryan Sclater, Graham Vigrass, Blair Bann, Brett Walsh and Adam Schriemer.

 

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