FIVB Volleyball Girls' U18 World Championship

TEAM COMPOSITION


 HIS / Hisamitsu

 
Team manager Akira Kayashima
Coach Ms. Kumi Nakada
Assistant coach Kiyoshi Abo
2nd assistant coach Shun Toyokihara
Doctor Yoshikiyo Toyoda
Physiotherapist Mrs. Aya Takemasa
   
 
    No.   Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Country
  1 Miyu Nagaoka Nagaoka 25.07.1991 179 65 310 295 JPN
  2   Chizuru Kotoh Kotoh 08.10.1982 171 64 295 282 JPN
  3 Risa Shinnabe Shinnabe 11.07.1990 173 66 295 268 JPN
  4   Nana Iwasaka Iwasaka 03.07.1990 187 72 300 285 JPN
  5 Yumi Mizuta Mizuta 30.11.1986 181 67 299 290 JPN
  6   Yuki Ishii Ishii 08.05.1991 180 68 303 286 JPN
  7 Mihoko Tsutsui Tsutsui 06.12.1985 176 63 293 285 JPN
  8   Rika Nomoto Nomoto 21.09.1991 179 70 310 279 JPN
  9 Kanako Hirai Hirai 15.04.1984 183 69 309 290 JPN
  11   Maiko Kano Kano 15.07.1988 185 72 303 285 JPN
  L 12 Sayaka Tsutsui Tsutsui 29.09.1992 157 54 260 250 JPN
  15   Mizuho Ishida Ishida 22.01.1988 172 67 280 276 JPN
  16 Risa Ishibashi Ishibashi 02.03.1990 178 62 292 279 JPN
  20   Ayano Nakaoji Nakaoji 24.07.1991 167 64 289 279 JPN
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

Hisamitsu was founded in 1948. The club's first national V-League title came in 2001/02, in Hisamitsu's second year in the V-League. In 2006/07, they took three titles: the Empress Cup, the National Sports Festival and the V-League. In 2012/13, Hisamitsu took a further five titles with Kumi Nakada, former national team setter and bronze medallist at the 1984 Olympic Games, as head coach.

The Hisamitsu Springs club name refers to the season of year but also to the action of bouncing like a spring. Hisamitsu's ambition is to be a leading light in the world of volleyball.

 
Coach profile

Kumi Nakada is a former professional volleyball player who led Japan to a bronze medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics and remained one of the world's top setters until her  retirement as a player in 1993.