2005 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup

2005 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup

The 2005 Women's Pan-American Volleyball Cup was the fourth edition of the annual Women's Volleyball Tournament, played by twelve countries from June 8 to June 19, 2005 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The intercontinental event served as a qualifier for the 2006 FIVB World Grand Prix. The winner of each pool automatically advanced to the semi-finals and the teams placed in second and third met in crossed matches in the quarterfinals round.

Competing Nations

*Sunday June 12

Group B

*Friday June 10
*Monday June 13

emi Finals

*Friday June 17
*Friday June 17, 2005 — Seventh Place Match
*Saturday June 18, 2005 — Gold Medal Match

Final Ranking

1. vbw|CUB

2. vbw|DOM

3. vbw|BRA

4. vbw|USA

5. vbw|PUR

6. vbw|CAN

7. vbw|MEX

8. vbw|VEN|1930

9. vbw|ARG

10. vbw|BAR

11. vbw|CRC

12. vbw|JAM

:*"Cuba, Dominican Republic, Brazil and the United States qualified for the 2006 World Grand Prix"

Individual Awards

*Most Valuable Player:*flagathlete|Yudelkys Bautista|DOM
*Best Spiker:*flagathlete|Yumilka Ruiz|CUB
*Best Scorer:*flagathlete|Nancy Metcalf|USA
*Best Blocker:*flagathlete|Adenizia Silva|BRA
*Best Setter:*flagathlete|Lindsey Berg|USA
*Best Digger:*flagathlete|Annie Levesque|CAN
*Best Server:*flagathlete|Ana Mercado|CUB
*Best Libero:*flagathlete|Annie Levesque|CAN
*Best Receiver:*flagathlete|Suelen Pinto|BRA
*Best Coach:*flagathlete|Luis Felipe Calderón|CUB


* [http://www.norceca.org/IV%20Copa%202005%20Calendar.htm Results]

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