11. 01. 2019

ITA W: Chieri sign setter from Illinois University!

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A setter moves straight from the United States to Italy.

 

The Italian Serie A1 member Chieri 76 have signed Jordyn Poulter from the University of Illinois with whom she played in the final of the NCAA Championship.

She was born in 1997 in Aurora (Colorado). Jordyn is a national team member and she won the Pan-American Games, where she was the second setter behind Lauren Carlini.

It’s definitely signing for the future of Chieri.

 

See our sections - Transfers - Done Deals and Transfers - Rumors.

 

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