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2010 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup

The 2010 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup was the ninth edition of the annual women's volleyball tournament, played by eleven countries from 18–26 June 2010 in Rosarito and Tijuana, Mexico. The intercontinental event served as a qualifier for the 2011 FIVB World Grand Prix and 2010 Final Four.[1]

2010 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup
Tournament details
Host nationMexico
Dates18–26 June 2010
Teams11
Venue(s)2 (in 2 host cities)
Champions Dominican Republic (2nd title)
Tournament awards
MVP Prisilla Rivera (DOM)
Official website
NORCECA.org

Contents

Competing NationsEdit

SquadsEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

Key to colours in group tables
Group winners advance to the semifinals
Runners-up and third-placed teams advance to the quarterfinals
Fourth and fifth-placed teams advance to the classification matches

Group AEdit

Pts Matches Points Sets
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1   Cuba 8 4 0 411 367 1.120 12 5 2.400
2   Dominican Republic 7 3 1 402 367 1.095 11 6 1.833
3   Argentina 6 2 2 353 354 0.997 8 8 1.000
4   Brazil 5 1 3 297 334 0.889 5 9 0.556
5   Canada 4 0 4 337 378 0.892 4 12 0.333
Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
18 Jun Canada   2–3   Argentina 25–22 20–25 22–25 25–19 11–15 103–106 Report
18 Jun Cuba   3–1   Brazil 27–25 23–25 25–17 25–21   100–88 Report
19 Jun Brazil   1–3   Dominican Republic 14–25 25–16 19–25 23–25   81–91 Report
19 Jun Cuba   3–1   Canada 21–25 25–19 25–21 25–19   96–84 Report
20 Jun Brazil   0–3   Argentina 13–25 15–25 22–25     50–75 Report
20 Jun Dominican Republic   2–3   Cuba 29–31 25–23 19–25 25–23 12–15 110–117 Report
20 Jun Canada   0–3   Brazil 21–25 26–28 21–25     68–78 Report
20 Jun Argentina   1–3   Dominican Republic 14–25 25–27 28–26 20–25   87–103 Report
21 Jun Dominican Republic   3–1   Canada 23–25 25–20 25–23 25–14   98–82 Report
21 Jun Cuba   3–1   Argentina 23–25 25–23 25–15 25–22   98–85 Report

Group BEdit

Pts Matches Points Sets
Rank Team W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1   United States 10 5 0 377 213 1.770 15 0 MAX
2   Peru 9 4 1 364 258 1.411 12 3 4.000
3   Puerto Rico 8 3 2 326 303 1.076 9 6 1.500
4   Trinidad and Tobago 7 2 3 298 342 0.871 6 9 0.667
5   Mexico 6 1 4 290 370 0.784 3 13 0.231
6   Costa Rica 5 0 5 221 390 0.567 1 15 0.067
Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
18 Jun Peru   0–3   United States 25–27 22–25 17–25     64–77 Report
18 Jun Puerto Rico   3–0   Costa Rica 25–13 25–15 25–19     75–47 Report
18 Jun Mexico   0–3   Trinidad and Tobago 21–25 15–25 23–25     59–75 Report
19 Jun United States   3–0   Puerto Rico 25–13 25–17 25–14     75–47 Report
19 Jun Costa Rica   0–3   Trinidad and Tobago 15–25 22–25 21–25     58–75 Report
19 Jun Peru   3–0   Mexico 25–17 25–7 25–21     75–45 Report
20 Jun Puerto Rico   0–3   Peru 21–25 22–25 14–25     57–75 Report
20 Jun United States   3–0   Trinidad and Tobago 25–17 25–9 25–11     75–37 Report
20 Jun Costa Rica   1–3   Mexico 17–25 25–15 14–25 14–25   70–90 Report
21 Jun Trinidad and Tobago   0–3   Peru 18–25 23–25 15–25     56–75 Report
21 Jun United States   3–0   Costa Rica 25–11 25–10 25–2     75–23 Report
21 Jun Mexico   0–3   Puerto Rico 22–25 14–25 15–25     51–75 Report
22 Jun Costa Rica   0–3   Peru 7–25 7–25 9–25     23–75 Report
22 Jun Puerto Rico   3–0   Trinidad and Tobago 25–18 25–19 25–18     75–55 Report
22 Jun United States   3–0   Mexico 25–14 25–16 25–15     75–45 Report

Final roundEdit

Championship bracketEdit

  Quarterfinals     Semifinals     Finals
                           
        A1   Cuba 0  
  B2   Peru 3     B2   Peru 3    
  A3   Argentina 1         B2   Peru 0
      A2   Dominican Republic 3
        B1   United States 1    
  A2   Dominican Republic 3     A2   Dominican Republic 3   Third place
  B3   Puerto Rico 0   A1   Cuba 0
  B1   United States 3

5th–10th places bracketEdit

  Classification 5–10 Classification 5–8 Classification 5–6
                           
A3   Argentina 3  
B4   Trinidad and Tobago 0  
A5   Canada 2  
A5   Canada 3  
  A3   Argentina 3
  B3   Puerto Rico 0
B3   Puerto Rico 3
A4   Brazil 3  
A4   Brazil 2  
B5   Mexico 0  
Classification 9–10 Classification 7–8
B5   Mexico 3 A5   Canada 3
B4   Trinidad and Tobago 1 A4   Brazil 1

Classification 5–10Edit

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
24 Jun Trinidad and Tobago   0–3   Canada 19–25 18–25 15–25     52–75 Report
24 Jun Mexico   0–3   Brazil 11–25 10–25 23–25     44–75 Report

QuarterfinalsEdit

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
24 Jun Dominican Republic   3–0   Puerto Rico 25–21 25–23 25–23     75–67 Report
24 Jun Peru   3–1   Argentina 16–25 25–17 25–18 25–21   91–81 Report

Classification 9Edit

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
25 Jun Mexico   3–1   Trinidad and Tobago 25–21 18–25 25–21 26–24   94–91 Report

Classification 5–8Edit

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
25 Jun Puerto Rico   3–2   Brazil 25–21 19–25 25–22 17–25 15–12 101–105 Report
25 Jun Canada   2–3   Argentina 20–25 22–25 25–21 25–23 8–15 100–109 Report

SemifinalsEdit

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
25 Jun Cuba   0–3   Peru 18–25 23–25 23–25     64–75 Report
25 Jun United States   1–3   Dominican Republic 25–22 23–25 22–25 16–25   86–97 Report

Classification 7–8, 5–6Edit

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
26 Jun Brazil   1–3   Canada 18–25 25–11 14–25 22–25   65–86 Report
26 Jun Argentina   3–0   Puerto Rico 25–23 25–21 25–16     75–60 Report

FinalsEdit

Date Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
26 Jun United States   3–0   Cuba 25–15 25–20 25–17     75–52 Report
26 Jun Dominican Republic   3–0   Peru 25–17 30–28 25–22     80–67 Report

Final rankingEdit

    • Dominican Republic, Peru, the United States, Cuba, Argentina and Brazil qualified for the 2011 FIVB World Grand Prix.
    • Dominican Republic, Peru and Argentina qualified along with Mexico for the 2010 Final Four.

Individual awardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2010 3rd Final Four" (PDF). NORCECA.org (Press release). NORCECA. Archived (PDF) from the original on 28 September 2010. Retrieved 28 August 2010.
  2. ^ "Rising of Flags ceremony of Pan American Cup at High Development Centre". NORCECA.org (Press release). NORCECA. Archived from the original on 23 June 2010. Retrieved 17 June 2010.
  3. ^ NORCECA. "Dominican Prisilla Rivera elected MVP of the Pan American Cup". Archived from the original on 30 June 2010. Retrieved 27 June 2010.

External linksEdit