Canada eliminated from men's volleyball worlds with loss to Turkey
Canadians finish 3rd in their pool, 17th overall with 1-2 record
Canada's men's volleyball team has been eliminated from the world championship after a 3-0 loss to Turkey on Wednesday.
Nicholas Hoag, Ryan Sclater and Stephen Maar recorded 15 points apiece for the Canadians, who beat Turkey in serve (7-5) and attack points (44-43), but fell short in blocking (two versus seven). Their 20 errors were also double that of Turkey.
The competition, held in Poland and Slovenia, started out with 24 competing teams spread across six pools of four, playing in a single round-robin format.
The next round begins on Saturday.
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