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Brazil’s SESI-SP win ticket to FIVB Women’s Club World Championship

SESI-SP’s Ivna was the opposite with the highest score in the game with 17 points while team captain Fabiana took home the Most Valuable Player award

Sao Paulo, Brazil, February 9, 2014 – Brazil’s SESI-SP has won the 14th edition of the Women’s South American Club Championship and a place at this year’s FIVB Volleyball Women’s Club World Championship to be held in Zurich, Switzerland from May 6 to 11.  

Led by coach Talmo Oliveira, SESI-SP defeated MOLICO/OSASCO 3-0 (25-21, 25-21, 25-16) at the José Liberatti gym in Osasco

"I'm super happy to have won this South American title. It is an honor to lead the team on the court,” said Coach Oliveira.

“I am increasingly seeking to improve and bring everyone along with me and this title is of huge importance to our team. Now we have the Club World Championship ahead, but honestly we still do not know the other teams that will participate. Our captain Fabiana was voted best player of the tournament. She is strong, very targeted and going full force in the league to try to bring this exclusive title for the SESI." he said.

The Boca Juniors from Argentina, overcame Peru's Liga Nacional 3-0 for the bronze medal and was beaten en route only by MOLICO/OSASCO.

Overall ranking

1 – SESI – Brazil
2 – MOLICO/ OSASCO – Brazil
3 – Boca Juniors – Argentina
4 – CLPN – Perú
5 – ADO – Chile
6 – Cupo – Colombia
7 – USFX – Bolivia
8 – UMA – Paraguay 

All Star Team:

Best Opposite Outside: Angela Leyva (Liga Nacional Peru)
Best Outside Spiker: Deyse (SESI-SP)
Best Outside Spiker: Adenízia (MOLICO/Osasco)
Best Middle Blocker: Thaisa (MOLICO/Osasco)
Best Middle Blocker: Ivna (SESI-SP)
Libero: Suellen (SESI-SP)
Best Setter: Dani Lins (SESI-SP)
MVP: Fabiana (SESI-SP)


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