25. 09. 2020

UKR W: Top blocker of the NCAA will play in Ukraine

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Her first professional club will be VC Khimik from Ukraine.

 

The top blocker of the NCAA league, Jasmin Sneed, will have a debut overseas in a jersey of the Ukrainian team. 

It's going to be a huge challenge for her and it will be a good station in her career.

"I am excited to start my pro career; I am looking forward to learning from a good coach and getting to know my new teammates. My goal is to learn the pro game, get better every day, and do everything I can to help my team win," said Jasmin in an interview for WorldofVolley a couple of months ago.

 

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1 Comments about "UKR W: Top blocker of the NCAA will play in Ukraine"

26.09.2020 | 14:32 |   Charles Sneed

This is awesome, Jasmin will do great things in Ukraine. She is a good player with great jumping ability and instincts. I am looking forward to watching her progress on the pro level!

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