Articles by Emma LeGault

VolleyMob National Player of the Week: Hawaii’s Stijn van Tilburg

Stijn van Tilburg helped the Rainbow Warriors (3-0) clinch first place at the Outrigger Resorts Invitational and became the first two-time winner of the tournament’s most outstanding player honor.

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Way-Too-Early 2017 NCAA Women’s Division I Rankings

We know September is nine months away, but we couldn’t help but start speculating about the who’s who of NCAA…

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VolleyMob Freshman of the Year: Stanford’s Jenna Gray

Gray finished with 1,173 total assists and 9.09 assists per game — good for third and fourth in the Pac-12, respectively.

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VolleyMob National Player of the Year: Minnesota’s Sarah Wilhite

Wilhite, the Big Ten Player of the Year and AVCA Player of the Year, emerged in a big way for Minnesota, leading her team to the NCAA’s Final Four.

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VolleyMob All-America First Team: Inky Ajanaku, Micaya White, More

Inky Ajanaku is one of VolleyMob’s First-Team All-Americans.

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VolleyMob All-America Second Team: Cassie Wait, Kadie Rolfzen, More

Danielle Rygelski is included on VolleyMob’s All-America Second Team.

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VolleyMob All-America Third Team: Krystal Rivers, Katie Staiger, More

Alex Holston is one of the players on VolleyMob’s All-America third team.

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VolleyMob National Player of the Week: Kansas’ Cassie Wait

Cassie Wait barely have a voice in the postgame conference on Saturday. The senior libero had “left it all on the floor” in No. 5 Kansas’ hard-fought five-set loss to No. 21 Creighton in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

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James “and the Giant Setter” Shaw Ready to Make His Team USA Debut

It’s not uncommon for players to essentially be towers on the court, especially in the front row. But it’s a…

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Baylor Stuns No. 14 San Diego in 5 Sets in NCAA First Round

After reaching the NCAA Tournament for the first time in five years, the Baylor Bears will look to advance to the Sweet Sixteen after defeating San Diego (24-6) on Friday.

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