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Pro volleyball? This new women’s league wants to make it big

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Women’s volleyball is incredibly popular, but there is currently no full-time professional league in the United States. Women who do go pro — like those on the U.S. team that won gold in the Tokyo Olympics — historically play for teams overseas. League One Volleyball, or LOVB, is hoping to start a full-season pro league for women in the United States, and players like high school senior Brielle Warren aspire to one day compete in it.