Two Manitoba volleyball players are part of a 14-women roster representing Canada at the upcoming FIVB World Championships in Japan.
Alicia Ogoms of Winnipeg and Megan Cyrof St. Andrews, Manitoba are part of Canada’s pool B in Sapporo for the first round of the round-robin. Canada joins Turkey, Italy, Cuba, China and Bulgaria in the same pool.
WINNIPEG — The University of Manitoba Bison women’s volleyball team is looking ahead, introducing its 2019-20 recruitment class on Thursday.
The Herd is welcoming nine players into the fold, including Katreena Bentley, Light Uchechukwu, Julia Arnold, Jaidyn Spencer, Asha Gurney, Simone Crevier, Keziah Hoeppner, Julia Horne, and Olivia Schuster.
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WINNIPEG — They’re calling it “Super Saturday” on the University of Manitoba campus this weekend.
The Manitoba Bisons are in action in three different sports, with both basketball and volleyball teams taking to the court at Investors Group Athletic Centre, while the women’s hockey squad faces off at Wayne Fleming Arena.