05. 07. 2020

GER M: The U.S. middle blocker moves from Croatia to Germany

Source: Photo: svg-lueneburg.de

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Volleyball Bundesliga member SVG Lueneburg have announced the signing of the United States middle blocker.


Dalton Solbrig is coming from Croatian league, team Mladost Ribola Kastela.

“Dalton is a completely different type than we have always had in this position," explains head coach Stefan Hübner and adds - "With his playing style, he enables us to make a few other types of attack - although of course the player will also be required to use his accordingly," he continues, pointing out that understanding with Leon Dervisaj and Hannes Gerken is very important so he can grow as a player more. “But he has fire, has a good sense of the hands when blocking, he is quick on his feet, has a quick arm and opens up exciting opportunities for us to attack. He reminds me of myself a little bit earlier.”

From 2016 to 2019, he played outstandingly for one of the most renowned college teams in the USA, the “Rainbow Warriors” of the University of Hawaii.


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