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2011 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup

2011 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup
Official website
NORCECA.org
Tournament details
Host nation Mexico
Dates July 1–9, 2011
Teams 12
Venues (in Ciudad Juárez host cities)
Champions  Brazil (3rd title)
MVP  Sheilla Castro (BRA)
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The 2011 Pan-American Volleyball Cup was the tenth edition of the annual women's volleyball tournament, played by twelve countries over July 1–9, 2011 in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico.[1] The top four NORCECA teams and the top two from CSV confederation, qualified for the 2012 FIVB World Grand Prix.[2]

Contents

  • Competing nations 1
  • Squads 2
  • Preliminary round 3
    • Group A 3.1
    • Group B 3.2
  • Final round 4
    • Championship bracket 4.1
    • 5th–10th places bracket 4.2
    • Eleventh place match 4.3
    • Classification 7–10 4.4
    • Quarterfinals 4.5
    • Ninth place match 4.6
    • Classification 5–8 4.7
    • Semifinals 4.8
    • Seventh place match 4.9
    • Fifth place match 4.10
    • Third place match 4.11
    • Final 4.12
  • Final standing 5
  • Individual awards 6
  • References 7
  • External links 8

Competing nations

Group A Group B

 Argentina
 Canada
 Chile
 Cuba
 Dominican Republic
 Mexico

 Brazil
 Costa Rica
 Peru
 Puerto Rico
 Trinidad and Tobago
 United States

Squads

Preliminary round

[3]

     Team advances to semifinals
     Team advances to quarterfinals

Group A

Matches Points Sets
Rank Team Pts W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Dominican Republic 15 5 0 403 308 1.308 15 1 15.000
2  Cuba 12 4 1 426 325 1.311 13 4 3.250
3  Argentina 9 3 2 390 370 1.054 10 7 1.429
4  Canada 6 2 3 341 339 1.006 7 9 0.778
5  Mexico 3 1 4 289 356 0.812 3 12 0.250
6  Chile 0 0 5 224 375 0.597 0 15 0.000
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
1 July 15:00 Cuba  3–1  Argentina 27–29 25–19 25–13 25–20   102–81 P2
1 July 17:00 Dominican Republic  3–0  Canada 25–23 25–15 25–13     75–51 P2
1 July 20:00 Chile  0–3  Mexico 22–25 19–25 15–25     56–75 P2
2 July 16:00 Dominican Republic  3–0  Chile 25–13 25–9 25–20     75–42 P2
2 July 18:00 Canada  1–3  Argentina 15–25 23–25 25–21 24–26   87–97 P2
2 July 20:00 Cuba  3–0  Mexico 25–20 25–15 25–19     75–54 P2
3 July 16:00 Cuba  3–0  Chile 25–10 25–10 25–14     75–34 P2
3 July 18:00 Dominican Republic  3–0  Argentina 25–23 25–20 25–19     75–62 P2
3 July 20:00 Canada  3–0  Mexico 25–18 25–15 25–18     75–51 P2
4 July 16:00 Argentina  3–0  Chile 25–21 25–15 25–15     75–51 P2
4 July 18:00 Cuba  3–0  Canada 25–13 25–18 25–22     75–53 P2
4 July 20:00 Dominican Republic  3–0  Mexico 25–20 25–19 25–15     75–54 P2
5 July 16:00 Canada  3–0  Chile 25–19 25–12 25–10     75–41 P2
5 July 18:00 Cuba  1–3  Dominican Republic 25–18 33–35 20–25 21–25   99–103 P2
5 July 20:00 Argentina  3–0  Mexico 25–18 25–23 25–14     75–55 P2

Group B

Matches Points Sets
Rank Team Pts W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1  Brazil 14 5 0 410 289 1.419 15 2 7.500
2  United States 13 4 1 403 293 1.375 14 3 4.667
3  Puerto Rico 9 3 2 359 330 1.088 9 7 1.286
4  Peru 6 2 3 337 370 0.911 7 9 0.778
5  Trinidad and Tobago 3 1 4 279 362 0.771 3 12 0.250
6  Costa Rica 0 0 5 232 376 0.617 0 15 0.000
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
1 July 12:00 Puerto Rico  3–0  Costa Rica 25–10 25–13 25–21     75–44 P2
1 July 14:00 Brazil  3–0  Trinidad and Tobago 25–15 25–12 25–18     75–45 P2
1 July 16:00 United States  3–0  Peru 25–20 25–14 25–14     75–48 P2
2 July 16:00 Peru  3–0  Trinidad and Tobago 25–15 25–17 29–27     79–59 P2
2 July 18:00 Brazil  3–0  Costa Rica 25–15 25–12 25–10     75–37 P2
2 July 20:00 United States  3–0  Puerto Rico 25–17 25–17 25–17     75–51 P2
3 July 16:00 Peru  3–0  Costa Rica 25–19 25–12 26–24     76–55 P2
3 July 18:00 United States  3–0  Trinidad and Tobago 25–11 25–17 25–18     75–46 P2
3 July 20:00 Brazil  3–0  Puerto Rico 25–21 25–21 25–10     75–52 P2
4 July 16:00 Puerto Rico  3–0  Trinidad and Tobago 25–16 25–20 25–18     75–54 P2
4 July 18:00 Brazil  3–0  Peru 25–11 25–18 25–23     75–52 P2
4 July 20:00 United States  3–0  Costa Rica 25–20 25–10 25–8     75–38 P2
5 July 16:00 Costa Rica  0–3  Trinidad and Tobago 21–25 15–25 22–25     58–75 P2
5 July 18:00 Peru  1–3  Puerto Rico 15–25 21–25 33–31 13–25   82–106 P2
5 July 20:00 Brazil  3–2  United States 28–30 25–18 25–19 17–25 15–11 110–103 P2

Final round

Championship bracket

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

5th–10th places bracket

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

Eleventh place match

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
7 July 16:00 Chile  0–3  Costa Rica 16–25 20–25 17–25     53–75 P2

Classification 7–10

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
7 July 18:00 Canada  3–0  Trinidad and Tobago 25–15 25–19 25–17     75–51 P2
7 July 20:00 Peru  3–0  Mexico 25–23 25–23 25–22     75–68 P2

Quarterfinals

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
7 July 18:00 Cuba  3–0  Puerto Rico 26–24 25–19 25–14     76–57 P2
7 July 20:00 United States  3–0  Argentina 25–13 25–14 25–19     75–46 P2

Ninth place match

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
8 July 16:00 Mexico  3–1  Trinidad and Tobago 25–18 25–16 14–25 25–19   89–78 P2

Classification 5–8

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
8 July 18:00 Argentina  3–2  Peru 25–19 15–25 26–24 22–25 15–12 103–105 P2
8 July 20:00 Puerto Rico  3–1  Canada 25–19 25–14 24–26 25–16   99–75 P2

Semifinals

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
8 July 18:00 Brazil  3–1  Cuba 25–19 25–14 26–28 25–15   101–76 P2
8 July 20:00 Dominican Republic  3–1  United States 21–25 25–19 25–21 25–21   96–86 P2

Seventh place match

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
9 July 14:00 Peru  0–3  Canada 21–25 22–25 19–25     62–75 P2

Fifth place match

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
9 July 16:00 Argentina  2–3  Puerto Rico 25–23 25–21 23–25 21–25 13–15 107–109 P2

Third place match

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
9 July 18:00 United States  3–0  Cuba 25–21 25–16 25–13     75–50 P2

Final

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total Report
9 July 20:00 Dominican Republic  0–3  Brazil 20–25 22–25 19–25     61–75 P2

Final standing

Individual awards

References

  1. ^ FIVB (2011-06-27). "The X Women’s Pan Am Cup set to start in Ciudad Juarez". Retrieved 2011-07-02. 
  2. ^ USA Volleyball (2011-06-27). "Pan American Cup A Big Deal for U.S. Women". Retrieved 2011-07-02. 
  3. ^ "Competition Format and Match Schedule". NORCECA. Retrieved 25 June 2011. 
  4. ^ NORCECA (2011-07-09). "Brazilian Sheilla Castro the MVP of the Pan Am Cup". Retrieved 2011-07-09. 

External links

  • Official website
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