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Sarina Koga (古賀 紗理那) - THE BEST 2018 - 2019 (Vo…

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Sarina Koga (古賀 紗理那) - THE BEST 2018 - 2019 (Volleyball Highlights)

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Sarina Koga (古賀 紗理那, Koga Sarina, born May 21, 1996) is a Japanese volleyball player who won the bronze medal at the 2013 U23 World Championship with the Japan's U23 national team.

Career
Koga played with the Kumamoto Shin-ai Girls' High School team, winning the 2011 All-Japan Junior High School championship and receiving the Excellent Player award. Koga played for the senior national team for the first time at the Alassio Cup in May 2013. She won the gold medal at the 2012 Asian Youth Girls Championship claimed by her National Junior team and she also won the Most Valuable Player award and Best Scorer of the tournament.

In October 2013, Koga competed in the 2013 FIVB Women's U23 Volleyball World Championship and won the bronze medal. Koga was named one of the best outside hitters.

On 23 Jan 2015 NEC Red Rockets announced her joining the team.

Individuals
2011 All-Japan Junior High School Championship - Excellent Player Award
2012 Asian Youth Girls U17 Volleyball Championship (AVC) in Chengdu, China - Best Scorer and MVP
2013 All-Japan High School Championship - Excellent Player Award
2013 FIVB Women's U23 Volleyball World Championship in Tijuana, Mexico - Best Outside Hitter
2015/16 Japan V.Premier League - Best Newcomer Award (Rookie of the Year)
2016 Asian Women's Club Volleyball Championship (AVC) in Biñan City, Philippines - MVP (Most Valuable Player)
2017 Japan V.Premier League - Best6 and MVP (Most Valuable Player)

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Sarina Koga

Sarina Koga Japan

Birthdate:1996-05-21
Position:Outside Hitter
Height: 180cm
Weight: 68kg
Spike: 307cm
Block: 290cm
Current club: NEC Red Rockets (Japan)

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