FIVB Women's World Cup

Japan

Sept. 14 - 29, 2019


Results

In Hamamatsu, Japan
Sept. 14: USA def. Kenya, 3-0 (25-14, 25-20, 25-14) (FloVolleyball Video Replay)
Sept. 15: USA def. Serbia, 3-1 (23-25, 25-17, 25-16, 25-15) (FloVolleyball Video Replay)
Sept. 16: USA def. Argentina, 3-1 (25-21, 25-18, 18-25, 25-11) (FloVolleyball Video Replay)
Sept. 18: USA def. Netherlands, 3-1 (25-23, 25-18, 25-19) (FloVolleyball Video Replay)
Sept. 19: USA def. Brazil, 3-1 (25-22, 25-18, 25-19) (FloVolleyball Video Replay)

In Sapporo, Japan
Sept. 22: USA def. Japan, 3-2 (26-24, 22-25, 25-21, 23-25, 15-8) (FloVolleyball Video Replay)
Sept. 23: USA lost to China, 3-0 (25-16, 25-17, 25-22) (FloVolleyball Video Replay)
Sept. 23: USA def. Dominican Republic, 3-0 (25-22, 25-23, 25-9) (FloVolleyball Video Replay)

In Osaka, Japan
Sept. 27: USA def. Russia, 3-1 (24-26, 25-22, 25-22, 17-25, 15-8) (FloVolleyball Video Replay)
Sept. 28: USA def. Cameroon, 3-0 (25-19, 25-15, 25-5) (FloVolleyball Video Replay)
Sept. 29: USA def. Korea, 3-1 (25-21, 25-16, 16-25, 25-22) (FloVolleyball Video Replay)

Final Standings

1. China, 32
2. USA, 28
3. Russia, 23
4. Brazil, 21
5. Japan, 19
6. South Korea, 18
7. Dominican Republic, 17
8. Netherlands, 17
9. Serbia, 13
10. Argentina, 5
11. Kenya, 3
12. Cameroon, 2

News

9/14: U.S. Women Overwhelm Kenya in World Cup Opener
9/15: U.S. Women Block Serbia in World Cup Win
9/16: U.S. Women Down Argentina in World Cup
9/18: U.S. Women Sweep Dutch to Remain Undefeated at FIVB World Cup
9/19: U.S. Women Blank Brazil to Improve to 5-0 in FIVB World Cup
9/22: U.S. Women Edge Japan in Five, Improve to 6-0 in FIVB World Cup
9/23: U.S. Women Fall to China for First World Cup Loss
9/24: U.S. Women Bounce Back with Win over NORCECA Rival Dominican Republic
9/27: Kelsey Robinson Sparks U.S. Women Past Russia in World Cup
9/28: U.S. Women Blank Cameroon for Ninth World Cup Win
9/29: U.S. Women Claim World Cup Silver Following Win over Korea
9/29: Drews, Robinson Named to World Cup Dream Team

Roster

# - Player (Position, Height, College, Hometown)
2 – Jordyn Poulter (S, 6-2, Illinois, Aurora, Colorado)
4 – Justine Wong-Orantes (L, 5-6, Nebraska, Cypress, California)
6 – Tori Dixon (M, 6-3, Minnesota, Burnsville, Minnesota)
7 – Lauren Carlini (S, 6-2, Wisconsin, Aurora, Illinois)
10 – Jordan Larson (OH, 6-2, Nebraska, Hooper, Nebraska)
11 – Annie Drews (OPP, 6-4, Purdue, Elkhart, Indiana)
14 – Michelle Bartsch-Hackley (OH, 6-3, Illinois, Champaign, Illinois)
15 – Kim Hill (OH, 6-4, Pepperdine, Portland, Oregon)
17 – Megan Courtney (L, 6-1, Penn State, Dayton, Ohio)
19 – Hannah Tapp (M, 6-3, Minnesota, Stewartville, Minnesota)
22 – Haleigh Washington (M, 6-3, Penn State, Colorado Springs, Colorado)
23 – Kelsey Robinson (OH, 6-2, Nebraska, Manhattan Beach, California)
24 – Chiaka Ogbogu (M, 6-2, Texas, Coppell, Texas)
25 – Karsta Lowe (OPP, 6-4, UCLA, Rancho Santa Fe, California)

Head Coach: Karch Kiraly
Assistant Coaches: Luka Slabe, Tama Miyashiro, Erin Virtue, Marv Dunphy
Technical Coordinator: Jeff Liu
Athletic Trainer: Kara Kessans
Team Leader: Jimmy Stitz