FIVB Volleyball Girls' U18 World Championship

TEAM COMPOSITION


 GER / Germany

 
Team manager Mr. PABST Markus
Coach Mr. TIETBÖHL, Jens
Assistant coach Mrs. FETTING Nicole
2nd assistant coach
Doctor Mrs. BLANKE Theresa
Physiotherapist Mrs. DIETEL, Tanja
   
 
    No.   Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Club
  L 1 Anna Pogany Pogany 21.07.1994 168 70 280 270 Rote Raben Vilsbiburg
  2   Irina Kemmsies Kemmsies 14.05.1996 181 65 299 286 USC Münster
  3 Saskia Radzuweit Radzuweit 12.05.1991 184 84 306 290 Köpenicker SC
  4   Denise Imoudu Imoudu 14.12.1995 180 67 290 280 Schweriner SC
  5 Katharina Schwabe Schwabe 29.04.1993 179 74 297 287 Dresdner SC
  C 6   Jennifer Geerties Geerties 05.04.1994 184 58 298 288 Schweriner SC
  7 Lisa Gründing Gründing 02.12.1991 186 68 303 291 SC Potsdam
  8   Leonie Schwertmann Schwertmann 12.01.1994 190 80 300 290 USC Münster
  12 Wiebke Silge Silge 16.07.1996 190 75 302 291 USC Münster
  14   Carina Aulenbrock Aulenbrock 22.09.1994 190 80 310 291 Schweriner SC
  15 Rebecca Schäperklaus Schäperklaus 02.07.1992 188 75 301 291 VC Wiesbaden
  18   Alisha Ossowski Ossowski 26.03.1995 180 65 289 279 USC Münster
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

The German Volleyball Association had limited time to put together a strong team for the U23 World Championship. In cooperation with the German National League, a young team was formed. Only two of the players – Saskia Radzuweit and Lisa Gründing – were born in 1991; the other players are considerably younger.

The youngest member of the team is Wiebke Silge, who is only 17 years old. Jennifer Geerties (19) will lead the German team as captain. The outside hitter was in the German squad that took the silver medal at this year’s European Championship. The goal of Jens Tietböhl’s team is to reach the quarterfinals at this inaugural U23 World Championship.

 
Coach profile

Jens Tietböhl, who will be 52 on October 27, has been a national coach with the German Volleyball Association for almost 15 years, mainly training young players. “It is my goal that as many players as possible claim a place in the women’s national team,” says Tietböhl.

Atika Bouagaa, Cornelia Dumler, Kathy Radzuweit, Tina Gollan, Domenice Steffen, Mareen Apitz, Maren Brinker, Lenka Dürr and Saskia Hippe are among the many national-team players who have been trained by Tietböhl. His greatest success as a national coach was Germany’s sensational win at the U18 European Championship in 2007.

Lenka Dürr and Saskia Hippe were on that winning team and were also part of the team that won the silver medal at this year’s European Championship. Tietböhl was born in Kleinmachnow and is married with one child.