2013 Girls' Youth Pan-American Volleyball Cup

2013 Girls' Youth Pan-American Volleyball Cup
Tournament details
Host nation Guatemala
Dates April 29–May 4
Teams 8
Venues (in Guatemala City host cities)
Champions Brazil (1st title)
MVP Lais Vasques (BRA)
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The 2013 Girls' Youth Pan-American Volleyball Cup takes place April 29 to May 4, in Guatemala City. The top ranked team of Pool B at the end of the round-robin preliminary phase will be granted a ticket to the 2013 Youth World Championship in the city of Nakhon Ratchasima, in Thailand, from July 26 to August 4.

According to the competition format, the top two ranked teams in Pool A, will advance directly to the semi finals while the third and fourth placed squads will meet in the quarter finals with the top teams of Pool B in cross-over matches.

First round

     Team advances to semifinals (Pool A only)
     Team advances to quarterfinals

Pool A

Matches Points Sets
Rank Team Pts W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1 Dominican Republic 14 3 0 237 201 1.179 9 1 9.000
2 Brazil 11 2 1 239 206 1.160 7 3 2.333
3 Argentina 5 1 2 187 204 0.917 3 6 0.500
4 Peru 0 0 3 173 225 0.769 0 9 0.000
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
29 Apr 16:00 0–3 Argentina 16–25 17–25 21–25     54–75
29 Apr 18:00 3–1 Brazil 25–21 27–25 10–25 25–18   87–89
30 Apr 14:00 3–0 Argentina 25–20 25–18 25–19     75–57
30 Apr 18:00 3–0 Peru 25–21 25–15 25–21     75–57
01 May 16:00 3–0 Peru 25–20 25–20 25–21     75–62
01 May 18:00 0–3 Dominican Republic 15–25 17–25 23–25     55–75

Pool B

Matches Points Sets
Rank Team Pts W L W L Ratio W L Ratio
1 Puerto Rico 14 3 0 244 177 1.379 9 1 9.000
2 Chile 10 2 1 215 169 1.272 6 3 2.000
3 Colombia 6 1 2 218 205 1.063 4 6 0.667
4 Guatemala 0 0 2 100 225 0.444 0 3 0.000
Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
29 Apr 14:00 1–3 Puerto Rico 21–25 19–25 25–23 15–25   84–94
29 Apr 20:00 0–3 Chile 18–25 11–25 7–25     36–75
30 Apr 16:00 3–0 Chile 25–23 25–21 25–21     75–65
30 Apr 20:00 3–0 Guatemala 25–11 25–14 25–11     75–36
01 May 14:00 3–0 Colombia 25–18 25–21 25–19     75–58
01 May 20:00 3–0 Guatemala 25–6 25–13 25–9     75–28

Final round

Championship bracket

  Quarterfinals     Semifinals     Finals
                           
        A1  Dominican Republic 2  
  B1  Puerto Rico 3     B1  Puerto Rico 3    
  A4  Peru 2         B1  Puerto Rico 2
      A2  Brazil 3
        A2  Brazil 3    
  B2  Chile 1     A3  Argentina 0   Third place
  A3  Argentina 3   A1  Dominican Republic 3
  A3  Argentina 1

5th–8th places bracket

Classification 5/8 5th Place Match
 Chile  3  
 Colombia  1  
 
     Chile  3
   Peru  2
7th Place Match
 Peru  3  Colombia  3
 Guatemala  0    Guatemala  0

Quarterfinals

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
02 may 18:00 1–3 Argentina 18–25 30–28 17–25 18–25   83–103
02 may 20:00 3–2 Peru 25–18 18–25 21–25 25–20 15–9 104–97

Classification 5/8

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
03 may 14:00 3–1 Colombia 25–22 22–25 26–24 25–16   98–87
03 may 16:00 3–0 Guatemala 25–8 25–12 25–14     75–34

Semifinals

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
03 may 18:00 3–0 Argentina 27–25 25–21 25–19     77–65
03 may 20:00 2–3 Puerto Rico 19–25 23–25 25–19 25–15 9–15 101–99

Seventh place match

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
04 may 14:00 3–0 Guatemala 25–18 25–14 25–13     75–45

Fifth place match

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
04 may 16:00 3–2 Peru 16–25 25–14 17–25 25–16 16–14 99–94

Bronze medal match

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
04 may 18:00 3–1 Argentina 25–16 25–17 10–25 25–22   95–80

Final

Date Time Score Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Set 4 Set 5 Total
04 may 20:00 2–3 Brazil 25–20 19–25 13–25 25–23 12–15 94–108

Final standing

Individual awards

External links

  • http://www.norceca.net/2013%20Events/U18%20Panam%20Cup%20GUA/U18%20Panam%20Cup%20Competition.htm
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