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19. 06. 2017

Transfers 2017/2018

ITA W: American attacker came to newcomer from Serie A1


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Lardini Filottrano continued with making the team for the upcoming season.


After they brought domestic and the Slovenian blockers and hired Berenika Tomsia, Filottrano have hired American receiver, Anna Valentine Mitchem.

She is the 23-year-old attacker and 192 cm tall.

She came from Texas where she studied and lived. She was a student of Absolute Volleyball Academy of Texas and then Irvine Valley College in California. She graduated in sociology.

This will be her first professional club abroad.


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2 Comments about "ITA W: American attacker came to newcomer from Serie A1"

19.06.2017 | 18:53 |   julien delacourt

I'm happy to see Anna Mitchem in Europe but what about Nikki Taylor? I will be greaty to see another Rainbow Wahine player in Europe ^^

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19.06.2017 | 19:03 |   julien delacourt

it will be great*

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