Bulgantamir

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Bulgantamir Sergelenbaatar
Born 29 November 1999 (1999-11-29) (age 21)
Bayankhongor, Mongolia
Nationality Mongolian
Height 176
Weight 62

Bulgantamir Sergelenbaatar (Mongolia: Сэргэлэнбаатарын Булгантамир; November 29, 1999) is a Mongolia female volleyball player. She is the Outside Hitter and Captain of the Mongolian club Enacoree Monty. She has won the Mongolian national league title (2019) and also became the MVP. Bulgantamir.S entered the Mongolia women's national volleyball team team for the first time in 2016 Eastern Asian Women's Volleyball Championship.

Bulgantamir.S - National league-2019 Final Game-3 Highlights https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vubRIneDL1I&t=17s

Career

2019

During the match of Enacoree against Hobby Ace in 2019 MVA National League

In 2019, the new Secretary General of the Mongolian Volleyball Association, Mr. Gotov Bayarsaikhan, and his management team organized the National League for the first time since 2011. The Enacoree’s new generation girls participated National League-2019 and whose players’ average age is 20.5. The team lead by Bulgantamir.S. It was her first national league. They finished the season 1st place the league table with 15 games (13 wins/2 loses) and qualified final series. Enacoree beat Hobby Ace 3 straight won (3:1, 3:0, 3:2) in the final. Bulgantamir.S named the player of the game award last 2 final matches.

Final matches statistics:

Game-1: She scored 13 points (Spikes-9, Aces-2, Block-1). Enacoree beat 3:1 (21:25, 25:20, 15:25, 17:25)

Game-2: She scored 22 points (Spikes-13, Aces-2, Block-1). And Player of the Game. Enacoree beat 3:0 (25:27, 23:25, 15:25)

Game-3: She scored 24 points (Spikes-18, Blocks-2, Aces-4). And Player of the Game. Enacoree beat 3:2 (25:12, 25:17, 18:25, 12:25, 12:15)

Bulgantamir.S scored 278 points in the league all 18 games (Spikes-220, Blocks-22, Aces-36). And became the National league champion for the first time. In the 2019 National League, Enacoree team won their thirth gold medal of the tournament and their first League Title since 2011. Tamiraa was awarded the Most Valuable Player of the tournament.

2020

In the Youth National Championship Enacoree proved to be the strongest team to be reckoned with in the Championships as they have already clinched the title four times in a row in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. They won the Youth National Championship undefeated this year. At the 2020 Youth National Championship, Enacoree remained undefeated in the "B" group stage to reach the semifinals (Beat 2:0 Hobby Ace, Uurkhaichin, Dundgobi and MSUE), where they beat Erchim 3-0 to reach the final. In the final the team defeated Khilchin in straight sets to win the championship for the sixth time. Bulgantamir was awarded the MVP for two successive years.

Awards

Club

  • 2019 National League - 16px Champion
  • 2019 Tenuun-Ogoo Cup - File:Med 3.png Bronze medal
  • 2019 Hobby Cup - 16px Champion
  • 2016 Hasu Cup - 16px ChampionEnacoree proved to be the strongest team to be reckoned with in the Championships as they have already clinched the title four times in a row in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.
  • 2015 MVA Cup - 16px Champion
  • 2016 MVA Cup - 16px Champion
  • 2017 MVA Cup - File:Med 2.png Silver medal
  • 2015 Seniors National Championship - File:Med 1.png Gold medal
  • 2019 Seniors National Championship - File:Med 2.png Silver medal, with Bulgan province team
  • 2020 Seniors National Championship - File:Med 3.png Bronze medal, with Zavkhan province team
  • 2016 “Super-8” U18 National Championship - File:Med 1.png Gold medal
  • 2017 “Super-8” U18 National Championship - File:Med 1.png Gold medal

Individual awards

  • 2020 Youth National Championship "Most Valuable Player"
  • 2019 MVA National "Most Valuable Player"
  • 2019 Youth National Championship "Most Valuable Player"
  • 2019 Hobby Cup "Best Spiker"
  • 2019 Tenuun-Ogoo Cup "Best Server"
  • 2018 Seniors National Championship "Best Server"
  • 2018 Seniors National Championship "Most Valuable Player"
  • 2016 Youth National Championship "Best Blocker"
  • 2016 “Super-8” U18 National Championship "Best Spiker"
  • 2015 U18 National Championship "Most Valuable Player"
  • 2016 U18 National Championship "Best Blocker"
  • 2017 U18 National Championship "Best Spiker"

References

  1. https://www.facebook.com/MNB-Sport-2095350963852706
  2. https://www.facebook.com/Mongolian-Volleyball-Association-MVA-107573714418348
  3. https://mva.mn