American Taylor informs AZS Olsztyn Indykpol’s new center – Volleyball League Club. The player, who was awarded the MVP title of the French League last season, has signed a one-year contract.
The American volleyball player was to represent the colors of the AZS Indicball in the 2019/2020 season. However, a knee injury was an obstacle that lasted a year in his sport. The 29-year-old midfielder’s contract with the Allstein Club is valid for one year.
The player said he decided to sign the contract because he wanted to play in Poland. He admitted he was happy to be given a second chance.
“The Allstein club contacted me again and I did not think much of this opportunity. It will be an extraordinary experience for me. We, along with my teammates, would like to form a joint meeting.”
– He mentioned.
According to AZS UWM SA volleyball team captain Tomas Jankowski, Averil is an upper middle class, who proved himself in the French league last season.
“He had an early contract with us two years ago, but an injury prevented him from coming to Olstein. I hope there will be no such issues this year.
– Said Jankovsky.
Acquisition of the Club in Allstein Bay began his career at Bay First Bay Volleyball Club, and later Irwin represented the University of California (2010-2011). For the next four seasons, he performed at the University of Hawaii. He left his country for the first time to spend the next seasons in Italy – first in Pallavolo Padua (2015-2017) and later in Power Valley Milano.
In 2018, Averil moved to France, where he won a silver medal with the Summont team. Last season, in the colors of AS Cannes, he won the title of champion of this country. He scored 395 points – 283 in attack, 81 in volume and 31 in service. He was awarded the MVP statue several times and was selected as the best player in the French league.
He is one of the pillars of the American volleyball team. At the 2018 World Championships, he won a bronze medal with his teammates. He is currently preparing to compete in the League of Nations and the Tokyo Olympics.