25. 05. 2016

PAC 2016 M: Canada and Mexico in semifinals

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Mexico and Canada will play in the semifinals of the Man’s Pan American Cup in Mexico City together with Cuba and Argentina.


In the quarterfinals Canada have defeated USA to reach the ticket for the semis while Mexico dominated against Dominican Republic .

Jorge A. Barajas carried Mexico with 20 points to 3-0 win, while on the other side Canada outplayed USA 3-1. Stephen Timothy Maar was the top scorer with 29 points.


Game Date/Time Teams Set Result per set Stats Videos
Quarterfinal 1 24. 05. 2016 18:00 USA vs Canada 1:3 24:26, 28:26, 19:25, 29:31     
Quarterfinal 2 24. 05. 2016 20:00 Mexico vs Dominican Republic 3:0 25:22, 25:19, 28:26     


To see results and standings visit PAN AMERICAN CUP 2016 M page.

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POL M: Young Australian coach Reynolds will command Jastrzębski next season

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POL M: Young Australian coach Reynolds will command Jastrzębski next season

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