Archive for April 2018

VolleyMob Player of the Week: Rado Parapunov, Hawaii

Hawaii’s Rado Parapunov posted a kills/block double double and averaged 4.43 kills and 1.86 blocks, while hitting .404 in a pair of wins over UC Santa Barbara en route to VolleyMob Player of the Week honors.

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Former Nebraska Setter Hunter Atherton Picks UNC as Transfer Destination

Former Nebraska setter Hunter Atherton has decided to transfer to North Carolina for 2018.


Class of 2019 S/DS Maddy Jerdonek Commits to Fairfield

Class of 2019 setter and defensive specialist Maddy Jerdonek has committed to Fairfield.

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Galatasaray’s Neslihan Demir Announces Retirement

One of Turkey’s greatest players and Galatasaray SK Istanbul’s captain Neslihan Demir has announced her decision to retire from volleyball following the conclusion of this season.

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#1 UCLA, #3 Hawaii Set Records, Win Tournament Titles on Sunday

No. 1 UCLA won its school record 25th straight match and tied the school wins record (30), while No. 3 Hawaii notched its 28th win, one shy of a record, as both won tournament titles on Sunday.

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Review: Tears, Truth, Triumph Highlight The Miracle Season

The director, screenwriters and actors in The Miracle Season did what they set out to do, which was share the inspirational story of Line and the West High School team. I could see this becoming the next Remember the Titans or We Are Marshall type bus trip movie that bonds teams together and fuels the fire to find success no matter the adversity.

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UCLA Moves Up to No. 2 in AVCA Rankings with Upset of BYU

A perfect 23-0 mark has Long Beach State hanging on to the No. 1 spot in the AVCA Top 15 poll, but UCLA’s upset of then No. 2 BYU shook up the remainder of the Top 5.

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TAMU Kingsville, Webber Win 2018 AVCA Small College National Titles

The NCAA is in its 3rd year of sponsoring a national beach volleyball championship (tickets here), but as the sport…

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Maryland Loses Another as 2017 Team Captain Angel Gaskin Transfers

Angel Gaskin (pictured left) becomes the fifth player to leave the Maryland program via transfer following a head coaching change.


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