Dana Cranston continuing her volleyball career in France

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When Cranston arrived to play for the team, the squad had already been together through training camp leaving Cranston to find a place to fit in while the team was already familiar with each other.

“My role is still in motion. When I got here I arrived three days before out first game. The team had already gone through a whole preseason together and was very use to each other so I just tried to find a place to be,” she explains. “The first few games I played a supporting role then I moved in and out of starting for the next few. My roles are constantly changing but my goals aren’t. I have small goals in every area of my game that I want to improve and the biggest one is consistency.”

Her time in France has been quite the adjustment. In a typical day, aside from practice that runs through most of the afternoon, she takes time to to brush up on her French that is offered to foreigners on the team.

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Dana and her squad won their last game three sets to one against Vannes and have a game coming up tomorrow evening.

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