The national women’s volleyball team Malkia Strikers came short against European champions Italy losing by straight sets in their fourth match.
Chumba picked up a game high 17 points for Malkia Strikers, who pushed Italy to the edge especially in the second set.
Following her impressive permanence throughout the championships, Chepchumba inked a one-year deal to join Greek top tier side Arris Thesaloniki and was even left behind ready to start with the training.
She traveled to Greece straight from the Netherlands where she starred for the Malkia Strikers at the FIVB World Championships, where they exited in the group stages.
The 23-year-old for KCB, helping them reach the African Club title this year and was also named the Most valuable Player at the continental showcase. She was previously at Kenya Pipeline under Paul Bitok, the Malkia head coach.
Chepchumba, in the last three years, has been under the radar of several clubs in Africa and abroad who have been waiting for the perfect opportunity to grab her.