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ITA W: Imoco Volley sign talented Mexican receiver!

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source: imocovolley.it

The Serie A1 reigning champions Imoco Volley Congeliano have been exploring the NCAA transfer market so far and they managed to find a receiver for season 2016/2017!

Samantha Bricio


It’s Samantha Bricio, young Mexican receiver (born November 22, 1994 in Jalisco, Mexico). She is coming from University of Southern California, one of the most important and most prestigious colleges in NCAA.

It’s going to be first professional contract in her career.

I don’t know much about the team and players. I read the names of the players who have played in Conegliano and all I can say that volleyball is on high level in Italy” says Bricio.

Are you ready for the challenges in Serie A1 after playing in NCAA?

“Honestly, I don’t know If I’m ready. So far in my career I’ve been playing against my peers at college, but I’ll have to face the players who have been playing 10 or 15 years at the highest level, who won gold medals at the Olympics and won many important trophies” saysBricio


Do not miss our sections Transfers – Done Deals and Transfers – Rumours.

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GOLDMUND May 24, 2016 - 2:25 am

Wow! I have been wondering where Bricio will end up next season. I had a privilege to watch her playing against OSU last year. She is probably the most talented female volleyball players in NCAA. They are very very lucky to have her in their team!

sunger June 7, 2016 - 2:31 pm

Congratulations to Samantha and Imoco for signing her. She is an absolutely amazing player.


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