Silva’s 23-point performance not enough for Jung Kwan-jang, Cha laments “passivity and lack of focus compared to other days”

“We were more passive than other days.”

GS Caltex, coached by Cha Sang-hyun, saw its winning streak come to an end after falling 0-3 (22-25, 21-25, 23-25) in straight sets against Jung Kwan-jang in the fourth round of the Dodram 2023-24 V-League Women’s Division at Daejeon Chungmu Gymnasium on Saturday.

GS Caltex was led by foreign player Giselle Silva (registered name Silva) with a double-double of 23 points and Kang So-hwi 텍사스홀덤사이트 with 12 points, but it was not enough to overcome Jung Kwan-jang, who had a triple-double.

Speaking after the match, coach Cha Sang-hyun said, “There are moments in the game when you’re not sure what to do. (Kim) Ji-won and (Moon) Ji-yoon’s movements were intertwined. Also, the overall mood was down. It’s a lack of concentration,” he said.

“I think we need to talk about the mental part. Some players had colds, others were not in good shape. Even if you take that into account, it’s unfortunate that we didn’t concentrate. We played more passive than the other day,” he said.

Lee Yi-sin, who made her professional debut against Pepper Savings Bank on Feb. 2, was the starting setter for the match, replacing Kim Ji-won.

“She showed some anxiety, but I don’t think she played badly in a high-tension match,” Cha said.

GS Caltex will play against Hyundai E&C at Suwon Indoor Gymnasium on the 10th.

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‘Lee So-young’s performance made Hansong look seasoned’, Jung Kwan-jang wins 3-0 over GS Caltex

Jung Kwan-jang has dropped his tail three times against GS Caltex this season. He was terrified of the onslaught of opposing ace Silva.

But today was different. Chung swept GS Caltex in straight sets 3-0 (25-22, 25-21, 25-23) in the fourth round of the Dodram 2023-2024 V-League at Chungmu Gymnasium in Daejeon on June 6. It was the first win in the head-to-head this season.

With the victory, Jung Kwan-jang, 온라인카지노 who started a winning streak after four consecutive losses, improved to 9-12 with 30 points and solidified their commitment to spring volleyball.

GS Caltex, on the other hand, remained in third place with 13 wins, 8 losses, and 37 points, but will have to fend off strong chases from fourth-ranked IBK (32 points) and fifth-ranked Jungkwanjang.

Jung Kwan-jang led the way with 16 points from Mega, 14 points from Jia, and 11 points from Lee So-young to form the “Lee-Me-Ji” trio. In the middle, Park Eun-jin and Kwanrok’s Hansongi played from the first set to the end of the match, contributing significantly to the victory. Setter Yeom Hye-sun’s coordination was also a comparative advantage.

The team finished with a 44-38 advantage in attacking points. Blocking points were evenly matched at 8-8, and serving points were 3-4, but the team had four fewer errors (15) than its opponent (19).

GS Caltex was led by Silva’s 23 points and Kang So-hwi’s 12, but the rest of the team lacked offensive contributions.

GS Caltex also started Lee Yoon-shin for the second consecutive match and substituted Kim Ji-won for each set, but both players left much to be desired in terms of sets and accuracy.

Throughout the match, it was a back-and-forth affair with Jung Kwan-jang running away and GS Caltex chasing. However, after GS tied the game, they were hampered by a bum seal at the right time.

Jung Kwan-jang will look to make it three straight wins against Pepper Savings Bank in Daejeon on the 11th. GS Caltex will meet leader Hyundai E&C in Suwon on the 10th.

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Getting out of last place isn’t easy

“We’re going in the right direction, so hopefully we can prove it with results in the third round.”

Pepper Savings Bank women’s volleyball head coach Joe Trinzi’s (pictured) resolve was shattered in the first game. Pepper Savings Bank lost 0-3 in straight sets against Heungkuk Life in the first match of the third round of the 2023-2024 V-League Women’s Division 현금홀덤사이트 at Samsan World Gymnasium in Incheon on Friday.

Coach Trinzi pinned her hopes on the fact that the team played a close full-set match (2-3 loss) against Heungkuk Life in the last match of the second round on the 1st. However, it was a different story, and they were helplessly defeated by Heungkuk Life, who raised the tension. Their attacking success rate plummeted to 29.03% and they committed 22 errors, more than Heungkuk Life (11).

“I’m disappointed with the finish,” Trinzi said after the game, “There were parts of the game where we had the plays we wanted, but we couldn’t carry them through to the end.” The pregame confidence and expectations were gone.

The ‘youngest’ Pepper Savings Bank, who are hoping to escape the bottom of the table for the first time in their third season of existence, are already at the bottom of the table. With a six-game winless streak (6-2 L-11 D), they remain the only team that hasn’t won more than 10 points so far.

It was a good start for Pepper Savings Bank, which bolstered its roster with the signings of proven foreign player Yasmin Bedardt and free agent local ace Park Jung-ah. Newly minted head coach Trinzi secured a 2-1 win over Korea Expressway Corporation in the second game of the season. It was a change of pace from their inaugural season in 2021-2022, when they won after six games, and 2022-2023, when they won after 18 games, but adding more wins is still not easy.

“There are a lot of reasons why it was different from the last game, but we didn’t execute our basic volleyball skills, serving, receiving, and other skills on the court,” Trinzi said, adding, “That’s the reality of our situation. “This is the reality of the season, but it’s something we need to improve on quickly.

“There are certain things that I predicted when I took over the team, and a lot of things are not what I expected. For now, it’s more important to improve each player than the team as a whole,” he said.

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