Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Zagreb, Croatia

The American team of Dalhausser and Rogers finish in 2nd Place at the FIVB Croatian Open.

Tons of fun the American contingent at the VIP after party in Zagrebu.

Jorgeno doing what he like best. With the added bonus of being the voice during the live broadcast.

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Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser Win Four Straight

Phil Dalhausser and Todd Rogers came into the weekend ranked number one and looking to extend their three tournament winning streak on the AVP tour. They also entered the tournament as the top ranked team on the tour, replacing Mike Lambert and Stein Metzger, who had held the top spot since the beginning of the season.

As the new top seed on tour, the chips were stacked against Dalhausser and Rogers. Historically, number one seeds have had a very tough time on the AVP tour. Coming into the weekend, only one top seeded team has won in the past 33 open tournaments. Despite the odds, Dalhausser and Rogers were determined to prove that they deserved to be called the number one seed.

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Thursday, May 25, 2006

Phil Dalhausser Bio on AVP.com

Had played only four events with players other than Nick Lucena before the 2006 season. They were the lowest seeded team (16th) to defeat the top-ranked team of 2004, Karch Kiraly and Mike Lambert, when they beat them in Hermosa Beach. Played in five qualifiers in 2003, but their seventh-place finish to start the 2004 season enabled them to make the main draw ever since.

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Todd Rogers Bio on AVP.com

Began his career teamed with Dax Holdren, winning eight titles in seven seasons. In 2000 in Mexico, won his first Gold Medal on the FIVB Tour with Holdren as the 32nd seed. Named AVP Rookie of the Year in 1997. Attended University of California Santa Barbara where he earned All-American volleyball honors (1995-96). Holds the school record for career digs (783) and is second on the season-best list with 246. Ranks second all-time in assists (4,831), ninth in total blocks (270) and eighth in block assists (222).

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Rogers and Dalhausser Win Santa Barbara Open

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., May 22, 2006 - Local Santa Barbara residents Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser swept the men's final of the AVP Bud Light Santa Barbara Open Sunday, defeating Jeff Nygaard and John Hyden, 21-19, 21-15. The win is the second consecutive victory for Rogers and Dalhausser on the 2006 AVP Crocs Tour.

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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Insande Website Online

Insande.com is the website home of insande productions and George Richardson, volleyball coach.

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Saturday, April 15, 2006

Mr. Volleyball Beach Volleyball Clinic

Build on basic Beach Volleyball skills while learning and applying intermediate to advanced techniques and strategies from current Volleyball Professionals playing on the AVP tour. During the four day clinic participants will receive quality instruction in all aspects of the game. All participants receive professional quality action photos.

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