Photo Gallery: The U.S. Women's Sitting Volleyball Team Plays Canada

By Melissa Zhang | March 19, 2019, 3:59 p.m. (ET)

The U.S. Women's Sitting Volleyball Team hosted a five-game exhibition series against its Canadian counterpart from March 15-17 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Team USA swept the series 5-0 and featured 10 players from the 2016 Paralympic gold-medal winning team. Three new players – Annie Flood (Salem, Oregon), Emma Schieck (Statesville, North Carolina) and Sydney Satchell (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) – made their national team debuts in Colorado. Take a look below for some shots from the action this past weekend: 

Members of the U.S. women's sitting volleyball team warming up prior to a match against Canada.
Katie Holloway prepares to serve a ball during warm-ups prior to the first game of a five-part series against Team Canada. 

Monique Burkland and members of the U.S. women's sitting volleyball team in competition against Canada.
Team USA prepares to receive a ball from Team Canada, with Katie Holloway, Lora Webster and Lexi Shifflett at the net ready to block. 

Lora Webster serves a ball during an exhibition match against Canada.
Four-time Paralympian Lora Webster serves a ball during the exhibition series against Canada. Team USA won all five games.

Emma Schieck celebrates following a point for the United States during an exhibition match against Canada.
Outside hitter Emma Schieck cheers after a point for the United States. Schieck, a first-time national team member, made her international debut on Friday.  

Libero Bethany Zummo in competition against Canada.
Libero Bethany Zummo watches a rally between the two teams. The Dublin, California native was one of 10 Americans on the roster from the Paralympic Games Rio 2016. 

Coach Bill Hamiter talks to members of the U.S. women's sitting volleyball team during an exhibition series against Canada.
Coach Bill Hamiter talks to the team during a timeout. The national team is led by Hamiter, with Michelle Goodall and Jon Aharoni serving as assistant coaches.

Annie Flood serves a ball during an exhibition game against Canada.
Setter/opposite Annie Flood serves a ball during the exhibition match against Canada. Flood plays both the standing and sitting games, playing standing volleyball for her high school and sitting volleyball for the national team.

Nicole Nieves and Lora Webster celebrate a point for the United States during an exhibition match against Canada.
Lora Webster and Nicole Nieves celebrate a point for the United States, along with teammates Lexi Shifflett, Monique Burkland and Katie Holloway.

Kaleo Maclay signs autographs following an exhibition match against Canada.
Kaleo Maclay and Bethany Zummo sign autographs for fans at the Colorado Convention Center following their two exhibition matches on Friday.

Members of the U.S. women's sitting volleyball team signing autographs at the Colorado Convention Center.
The members of the U.S. Women's Sitting Volleyball Team signed two rounds of autographs, one following each of their exhibition matches. The Colorado Convention Center received a large number of volleyball fans, as it was simultaneously hosting a junior national qualifier tournament during the weekend. 

Members of Team USA shake hands with Team Canada following an exhibition match.
Players and coaches from the national team shaking hands with the Canadian team and referees upon finishing their matches for the day. 

Members of the U.S. women's sitting volleyball team stretching after an exhibition match against Canada.
Team USA completing a team stretch after finishing up competition for the day. The team finished the weekend with an undefeated record against Canada.