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USA vs. Brazil, 6.6

Team USA’s Kelsey Robinson digs a shot in the first set against Brazil during the FIVB Volleyball Nations League tournament at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

The United States women’s volleyball lost its second straight match in the FIVB Volleyball Nations League on Tuesday to drop its record to 7-3 overall.

Turkey dominated the Americans 25-15, 25-17, 27-25 on Tuesday in Jiangmen, China, to open the fourth leg of the tournament. Turkey improves to 8-1 overall. The U.S. also lost its previous match, against Brazil in Lincoln.

Former Husker Kelsey Robinson led the United States in scoring with eight points, all on kills. Ex-Husker Jordan Larson also started at outside hitter, and scored three points.

Turkey was led by 19-year-old sensation Ebrar Karakurt’s 23 points.

Also on Tuesday, former Huskers Kadie Rolfzen and Justine Wong-Orantes made the roster for the U.S. women’s Pan American Cup training team that will host Canada in a pair of exhibition matches this weekend as both teams prepare for the upcoming Pan American Cup.

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