Italy Women's National Volleyball Team - Squads

Squads

  • 1997 European Championship — 5th place
    Vania Beccaria, Daniela Biamonte, Valentina Borrelli, Antonella Bragaglia, Barbara De Luca, Manuela Leggeri, Darina Mifkova, Michela Monari, Chiara Navarrini, Simona Rinieri, Elisa Togut, and Francesca Vannini. Head Coach: Julio Velasco.
  • 1998 World Championship — 5th place
    Sabrina Bertini, Antonella Bragaglia, Maurizia Cacciatori, Elisa Galastri, Simona Gioli, Manuela Leggeri, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Anna Vania Mello, Darina Mifkova, Francesca Piccinini, Simona Rinieri, and Elisa Togut. Head Coach: Angelo Frigoni.
  • 1999 FIVB World Cup — 7th place
    Sabrina Bertini, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Antonella Bragaglia, Maurizia Cacciatori, Elisa Galastri, Simona Gioli, Manuela Leggeri, Evelyn Marinelli, Paola Paggi, Francesca Piccinini, Simona Rinieri, and Elisa Togut. Head Coach: Angelo Frigoni.
  • 1999 European Championship — Bronze Medal
  • Vania Beccaria, Sabrina Bertini, Antonella Bragaglia, Maurizia Cacciatori, Elisa Galastri, Simona Gioli, Manuela Leggeri, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Paola Paggi, Francesca Piccinini, Simona Rinieri, and Elisa Togut. Head Coach: Angelo Frigoni.
  • 2000 Olympic Games — 9th place
  • Sabrina Bertini, Antonella Bragaglia, Maurizia Cacciatori, Ana Paula De Tassis, Manuela Leggeri, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Anna Vania Mello, Darina Mifkova, Paola Paggi, Francesca Piccinini, Simona Rinieri, and Elisa Togut. Head Coach: Angelo Frigoni.
  • 2001 European Championship — Silver Medal
    Vania Beccaria, Maurizia Cacciatori, Paola Cardullo, Silvia Croatto, Manuela Leggeri, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Anna Vania Mello, Darina Mifkova, Paola Paggi, Francesca Piccinini, Simona Rinieri, and Elisa Togut. Head Coach: Marco Bonitta.
  • 2002 World Championship — Gold Medal
    Sara Anzanello, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Valentina Borrelli, Paola Cardullo, Manuela Leggeri, Darina Mifkova, Paola Paggi, Francesca Piccinini, Simona Rinieri, Rachele Sangiuliano, Elisa Togut, and Anna Vania Mello. Head Coach: Marco Bonitta.
  • 2003 FIVB World Cup — 4th place
    Jenny Barazza, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Paola Cardullo, Nadia Centoni, Valentina Fiorin, Simona Gioli, Manuela Leggeri, Darina Mifkova, Paola Paggi, Francesca Piccinini, Simona Rinieri, and Rachele Sangiuliano. Head Coach: Marco Bonitta.
  • 2003 European Championship — 6th place
    Valentina Borrelli, Paola Cardullo, Nadia Centoni, Silvia Croatto, Simona Gioli, Manuela Leggeri, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Paola Paggi, Francesca Piccinini, Simona Rinieri, Rachele Sangiuliano, and Elisa Togut. Head Coach: Marco Bonitta.
  • 2004 Olympic Qualifying Tournament — 4th place (qualified)
    Sara Anzanello, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Maurizia Cacciatori, Paola Cardullo, Nadia Centoni, Antonella del Core, Simona Gioli, Manuela Leggeri, Darina Mifkova, Paola Paggi, Francesca Piccinini, and Simona Rinieri. Head Coach: Marco Bonitta.
  • 2004 Olympic Games — 5th place
    Jenny Barazza, Paola Cardullo, Nadia Centoni, Francesca Ferretti, Manuela Leggeri, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Paola Paggi, Francesca Piccinini, Simona Rinieri, Manuela Secolo, and Elisa Togut. Head Coach: Marco Bonitta.
  • 2005 European Championship — Silver Medal
    Sara Anzanello, Jenny Barazza, Antonella Del Core, Paola Cardullo, Elisa Cella, Nadia Centoni, Simona Gioli, Katja Luraschi, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Serena Ortolani, Simona Rinieri, and Elisa Togut. Head Coach: Marco Bonitta.
  • 2006 World Championship — 4th place
    Sara Anzanello, Paola Cardullo, Nadia Centoni, Simona Gioli, Stefania Dall'Igna, Valentina Fiorin, Martina Guiggi, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Serena Ortolani, Paola Paggi, Francesca Piccinini, Simona Rinieri, and Elisa Togut. Head Coach: Massimo Barbolini.
  • 2007 FIVB World Cup — Champions
    Jenny Barazza, Taismary Agüero, Antonella Del Core, Francesca Ferretti, Simona Gioli, Francesca Piccinini, Paola Cardullo, Martina Guiggi, Sara Anzanello, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Serena Ortolani, and Manuela Secolo. Head Coach: Massimo Barbolini.
  • 2008 Olympic Games — 5th place
    Jenny Barazza, Paola Cardullo, Nadia Centoni, Francesca Ferretti, Paola Croce, Martina Guiggi, Simona Gioli, Manuela Secolo, Francesca Piccinini, Martina Guiggi, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Serena Ortolani, and Taismary Agüero. Head Coach: Massimo Barbolini.
  • 2009 World Grand Champions Cup — Champions
    Cristina Barcellini, Immacolata Sirressi, Giulia Rondon, Jenny Barazza, Paola Cardullo, Serena Ortolani, Francesca Piccinini, Valentina Arrighetti, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Antonella Del Core, Lucia Bosetti and Simona Gioli Head Coach: Massimo Barbolini
  • 2011 World Cup — Champions
    Anzanello Sara, Cristina Barcellini, Paola Croce, Monica De Gennaro, Carolina Costagrande, Caterina Bosetti, Valentina Arrighetti, Eleonora Lo Bianco, Antonella Del Core, Lucia Bosetti, Simona Gioli and Noemi Signorile Head Coach: Massimo Barbolini.

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