Women’s professional volleyball GS Caltex blocked Heungkuk Life Insurance’s 6-game winning streak. GS Caltex played an away game against Heungkuk Life Insurance at Samsan Gymnasium in Incheon on the 20th. It is a confrontation in the 3rd round of the Dodram V-League in the 2022-23 season.

GS Caltex won Heungkuk Life Insurance 3-2 after a close match that went to a full set that day. With this win, they broke off a three-game losing streak.

And on this day, native spiker Kang So-hui returned to the court. He missed four games prior to the match. due to an injury to his right shoulder. 토토사이트

Kang So-hui played her part in the return match from injury. He played well as a left-right twin gun along with the ‘main gun’ Moma (Cameroon). MoMA scored 24 points and Kang So-hui 22 points each. In addition, Kang So-hui recorded an attack success rate of 45.7% that day.

Kang So-hui also became the main character who scored 5 sets in a row, which became the winning point. He combined for 9 points in that set with MoMA. In the firepower confrontation with Heungkuk Life Insurance, which Kim Yeon-kyung and Yelena (Bosnia) endured, GS Caltex became the driving force that endured well.

In a meeting with the reporters who visited the scene after the match, Kang So-hui said, “I am satisfied with the play that I matched with my teammates during practice.

He said, “I haven’t been able to swing properly for a while because of shoulder pain, but now the pain has decreased a lot,” he said. The next day (16th), I practiced by hitting the ball, but there was no pain at that time. So, I have been working hard on spikes ever since.”

Kang So-hui said, “I was embarrassed and blamed myself for the first time I hurt my shoulder after playing volleyball.” added.

He also expressed his gratitude to GS Caltex coach Cha Sang-hyun. Kang So-hui said, “Even when I couldn’t come out on the court, Coach Cha didn’t say anything else.”

Coach Cha said after the Heungkuk Life Insurance match, “(Kang) Sohui played the game on the day of his return, so the result was more important than ever.” Coach Cha said, “If he lost, it seemed to have a bad effect on the team atmosphere,” and was satisfied that “So-hui helped the team a lot in attack.”

GS Caltex, which has succeeded in reversing its losing streak, will play an away game against Pepper Savings Bank at Yeomju Gymnasium (Pepper Stadium) in Gwangju on the 23rd. If he defeats Pepper Savings Bank, he can run with two consecutive victories and further raise his expectations for a return to the 50% win rate.