The United States’ Karsta Lowe (25) and her teammates react after losing in the women's volleyball semifinal to Serbia 3-2 on Thursday. Also on the team are Penn State alumni Alisha Glass, far left, and Christa Harmotto Dietzen, far right.
The United States’ Karsta Lowe (25) and her teammates react after losing in the women's volleyball semifinal to Serbia 3-2 on Thursday. Also on the team are Penn State alumni Alisha Glass, far left, and Christa Harmotto Dietzen, far right. Matt Rourke AP photo
The United States’ Karsta Lowe (25) and her teammates react after losing in the women's volleyball semifinal to Serbia 3-2 on Thursday. Also on the team are Penn State alumni Alisha Glass, far left, and Christa Harmotto Dietzen, far right. Matt Rourke AP photo

U.S. women’s volleyball falls, to play for bronze

August 18, 2016 08:44 PM

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