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USA PVF - ženy 05/16 01:30 2 [2] Omaha Supernovas ženy v San Diego Mojo ženy [3] L 3-2
USA PVF - ženy 05/11 23:00 1 Columbus Fury ženy v San Diego Mojo ženy W 1-3
USA PVF - ženy 05/09 23:00 1 [7] Orlando Valkyries ženy v San Diego Mojo ženy [3] W 2-3
USA PVF - ženy 05/08 02:00 1 [4] San Diego Mojo ženy v Columbus Fury ženy [5] W 3-1
USA PVF - ženy 05/05 20:00 1 [4] Grand Rapids Rise ženy v San Diego Mojo ženy [3] L 3-0
USA PVF - ženy 05/04 21:00 1 [3] Grand Rapids Rise ženy v San Diego Mojo ženy [4] W 1-3
USA PVF - ženy 04/30 02:00 1 [4] San Diego Mojo ženy v Orlando Valkyries ženy [6] W 3-2
USA PVF - ženy 04/27 02:00 1 [4] San Diego Mojo ženy v Vegas Thrill ženy [7] L 2-3
USA PVF - ženy 04/24 02:00 1 [4] San Diego Mojo ženy v Omaha Supernovas ženy [2] W 3-2
USA PVF - ženy 04/20 23:00 1 [2] Omaha Supernovas ženy v San Diego Mojo ženy [4] L 3-2
USA PVF - ženy 04/14 19:00 1 [4] Orlando Valkyries ženy v San Diego Mojo ženy [5] W 2-3
USA PVF - ženy 04/12 23:00 1 Columbus Fury ženy v San Diego Mojo ženy W 2-3

Wikipedia - San Diego Mojo

The San Diego Mojo are a professional indoor volleyball team based in San Diego, California, that competes in the Pro Volleyball Federation (PVF). The Mojo began play in the league's inaugural 2024 season. The team plays their home games at Viejas Arena.

History

On May 25, 2023, San Diego was announced as the sixth city to receive a Pro Volleyball Federation franchise for the league's inaugural season, owned by beach volleyball legend Kerri Walsh Jennings.

Two-time Olympic silver medallist Tayyiba Haneef-Park was hired as the team's head coach, later joined by assistant coach Deitre Collins, a member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. The Mojo name, logo, and colors were announced on November 9, 2023.

In their inaugural match on February 1, 2024, the Mojo were swept by the Atlanta Vibe in three sets, 17–25, 15–25, 16–25. The Mojo went on to earn their first victory in team history on February 23, defeating the Grand Rapids Rise in four sets, 36–34, 25–27, 25–23, 25–23, in their home opener in front of a crowd of over 6,000.