Schwerin (dpa / mv) - After the unexpectedly clear 3-0 victory of the volleyball team from SSC Palmberg Schwerin over USC Münster, Felix Koslowski paid a big compliment to his decimated team. "I have to say that the team did a good job. With a new player you have a completely new rhythm in attack. Nevertheless, we helped her to find clever solutions. We are super happy," said the head coach on Tuesday evening five players, including both set players, had to do without.
Koslowski was forced to use Paulina Ströh, who was only 16, because Pia Kästner and Pia Fernau were out. For the talent, setter for the second team of the SSC, it was the debut in the Bundesliga. Up until then, she had only completed two training sessions with the top-flight team.
"We went through a few game situations beforehand so that she could feel safe on the field," reported Koslowski. And after the game, Paulina Ströh, who was also voted the "most valuable player" of the match, stated: "We don't want to push any superlatives over, but Pauli did a great job, was super brave, started with second balls, I didn't do that expected."
With this success, the SSC has consolidated its third place for the time being. On Friday (5.30 p.m.) the Mecklenburg women then have to play at the end of the year against the leaders SC Potsdam, who have not lost any points after nine games.