‘V-League Championship MVP’ Lutz retires… “Studying at the University of British Columbia”
Korean Professional Volleyball V-League 2020-2021 Season Women’s Championship Best Player (MVP) Meretta Lutz (28) leaves the court.
“The feeling of officially retiring from (volleyball), a sport that has been the biggest part of my life for the past 15 years, is both sweet and bitter,” Lutz wrote on her social media account on the 2nd of her retirement. declared토토사이트
He said, “I gained many opportunities and experienced many things through volleyball. I achieved my dream by competing at Stanford University and playing professionally for five years after graduation.” If I hadn’t loved the people on the court with me, I wouldn’t have been able to play until now. Thank you for making me want to go to the gym every day.”
On social media, Lutz posted 10 pictures of her, two of which were of her during her days at GS Caltex.
Lutz enjoyed her prime at GS Caltex in her V-League.
In the 2019-2020 season and the 2020-2021 season, she served as the main gun for GS Caltex in two seasons, and she scored 1,532 points and an attack success rate of 42.76% in the regular league.
In the 2020-2021 season, she also jointly won the championship MVP award with Lee So-young.
After Lutz left GS Caltex, she played for Kurobe Aqua Fairies in Japan and Mega Volley in Italy, but she failed to establish herself as a starting player.
Lutz, who was released during the 2022-2023 season from Mega Volley, did not find a new team for her afterward, eventually choosing to retire.
The period Lutz played in the pro is five years.
Lutz, who decided to retire earlier than other players, takes up the book again.
Lutz, who majored in biology at Stanford University and received a master’s degree with a dissertation on disease epidemiology, plans to study data science at the University of British Columbia in Canada.
Lutz said, “I will continue to love volleyball, but I am also ready to unfold another life. I will leave for Vancouver, Canada in the fall to open a new chapter in my life.”