Hitachi Rivale is volleyball club from Hitachinaka Ibaraki, Japan founded in 1980. There are 32 seasons rosters of that team.
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Hitachi Rivale (日立リヴァーレ, Hitachi Rivuāre) is a women's volleyball team based in Hitachinaka city, Ibaraki, Japan. It plays in V.League 1. The owner is Hitachi Automotive Systems
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Hitachi Rivale previous match was against Breath Hamamatsu in V Summer League, Women, match ended with result 2 - 1 (Hitachi Rivale won the match). Hitachi Rivale fixtures tab is showing last 100 Volleyball matches with statistics and win/lose icons. There are also all Hitachi Rivale scheduled matches that they are going to play in the future.
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Hitachi Bell Fille is volleyball club from Kodaira - Tokyo, Japan founded in 1964. There are 38 seasons rosters of that team.
The Hitachi Volleyball Team was Grand Champion of The All Japan League for five consecutive years, 1973 through 1977. In 1975 and 1977, Shirai was named MVP of the All Japan League. She also repeated her earlier championship performance and brought Hitachi to the Grand Championship in the Asian Games in 1974.
Tokyo, Japan, July 24, 2014 --- Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd. today announced that Yukiko Ebata, a leading player on Hitachi Automotive Systems' women's volleyball club, the Hitachi Rivale, and currently also a member of the Japan Women's National Volleyball Team will transfer to the RACING CLUB DE CANNES of the French Volleyball League under a basic agreement just reached between the two teams.
Japan Announces 29 Player Women’s National Team Roster for 2018. On March 19th, the Japanese Volleyball Association (JVA) announced the Women’s National Team roster for the 2018 season.
Set scores were 20-25, 22-25, 25-22, 25-17, 15-11 Brandon Valley (23-9): Liz Kopp led the team with 45 set assists and five digs. Taylor Stemen had 17 kills and 10 digs, ...