Résultats

USA PVF - Femmes 05/18 20:30 1 [2] Omaha Supernovas - Femmes v Grand Rapids Rise - Femmes [4] W 3-0
USA PVF - Femmes 05/16 01:30 2 [2] Omaha Supernovas - Femmes v San Diego Mojo - Femmes [3] W 3-2
USA PVF - Femmes 05/12 21:30 1 Grand Rapids Rise - Femmes v Omaha Supernovas - Femmes L 3-2
USA PVF - Femmes 05/10 00:00 1 [2] Omaha Supernovas - Femmes v Columbus Fury - Femmes [5] W 3-0
USA PVF - Femmes 05/07 02:00 1 Vegas Thrill - Femmes v Omaha Supernovas - Femmes W 0-3
USA PVF - Femmes 05/04 23:30 1 Columbus Fury - Femmes v Omaha Supernovas - Femmes W 1-3
USA PVF - Femmes 04/27 01:30 1 Omaha Supernovas - Femmes v Grand Rapids Rise - Femmes W 3-2
USA PVF - Femmes 04/24 02:00 1 [4] San Diego Mojo - Femmes v Omaha Supernovas - Femmes [2] L 3-2
USA PVF - Femmes 04/20 23:00 1 [2] Omaha Supernovas - Femmes v San Diego Mojo - Femmes [4] W 3-2
USA PVF - Femmes 04/13 23:00 1 [1] Atlanta Vibe - Femmes v Omaha Supernovas - Femmes [2] L 3-1
USA PVF - Femmes 04/05 00:00 1 [2] Omaha Supernovas - Femmes v Columbus Fury - Femmes [5] W 3-1
USA PVF - Femmes 04/03 02:00 1 [7] San Diego Mojo - Femmes v Omaha Supernovas - Femmes [2] L 3-1

Wikipedia - Omaha Supernovas

The Omaha Supernovas are an American professional indoor volleyball team based in Omaha, Nebraska. One of the seven charter members of the Pro Volleyball Federation, the Supernovas began play during the league's inaugural 2024 season. The Supernovas play their home games at CHI Health Center Omaha.

History

On April 12, 2023, Omaha was announced as one of the cities to get a Pro Volleyball Federation franchise for the league's inaugural season, led by an ownership group headed by Omaha businessman Danny White and R&B/pop singer Jason Derulo. The Supernovas name, logo and colors were announced on July 20.

The first match of the Supernovas’ season and the inaugural Pro Volleyball Federation game was played on January 24, 2024 at home. In a 5-set match, the Supernovas lost to the Atlanta Vibe by a score of 26–24, 25–23, 25–17, 25–19, 15–13. The attendance mark of 11,624 set a record for both a women's professional volleyball match in the United States, and in the Pro Volleyball Federation.

The previous attendance record for a women's professional volleyball match in the United States was 10,213 fans, at an Olympic qualifier on January 9, 2016. The contest, held at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska, was a 3–0 U.S. Women's National Team victory over the Dominican Republic. It concluded the NORCECA Olympic Qualification Tournament and earned the United States a berth in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.