10. 07. 2020

GER W: Schwerin engage ex-Dutch National Team setter

Source: SSC Palmberg Schwerin/Facebook; Photo: CEV/volleybalkrant.nl

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The 12-time German women’s volleyball Championship winners, SSC Palmberg Schwerin, engaged the former Dutch National Team setter.


The 28-year-old Femke Stoltenborg reinforced Schwerin, whose nearly perfect campaign in Bundesliga last season was interrupted by the premature ending due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The setter, who was among several players of the National Team of The Netherlands who retired internationally this year, played the last season in Romania. Stoltenborg wore the jersey of CSM Volei Alba-Blaj.


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