November brought several international and domestic announcements regarding newly formed league and 2018 slates, while the collegiate volleyball world was busy wrapping up the regular season and preparing for postseason play.
Rachel Sellari has been named head volleyball coach at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, effective January 15.
After winning the NCAA Division III Tournament, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps bolstered their way up to the #1 position from #6 in the final poll of the year.
Match Stats Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athenas def. Wittenberg Tigers 3-0 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps finishes season at 31-5, Witternberg finishes season at 27-3 Van Noord…
The 2017 NCAA Division III semifinals have been determined following the quarterfinal round on Thursday, November 16. The final four is set to being Friday, November 17 with Wittenberg, Calvin, Ithaca and Claremont-M-S.
Ten returning Academic All-Americans, including Penn State’s Haleigh Washington and Missouri State’s Lily Johnson in Division I, were among those honored with CoSIDA Academic All-District accolades.
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Johnson & Wales have advanced to the NCAA Division III quarterfinals with a perfect 35-0 record so far.
The AVCA has formally announced their 37th annual AVCA All-American Teams for NCAA Division III.
The Elite Eight of the NCAA Division III National Tournament has been set, with the first rounds of play complete.
After the first day of play in the 2017 NCAA Division III Tournament, 12 teams move onto the second round of play, with a large number of teams still waiting to begin their post-season play.
Today is a big day for a number of prospective collegiate volleyball athletes, as it is the first day players can sign their early period National Letters of Intent for their programs in the NCAA.
The 2017 NCAA Division III season is rapidly coming to a close, with the NCAA Tournament starting today. The AVCA has released their regional selections for the 2017 season.
In what will be the final rankings of the 2017 NCAA Division III season, leading up to the NCAA championships that are set to begin in just a matter of days, Colorado College snuck up into the #1 position.
The end of the season for Division III is coming to a close, with the NCAA laying out the field for the 2017 Championships.
Colorado College slid their way into the #1 position in the AVCA Division III Rankings this week, taking over Wittenberg who fell back to #4.
Wittenberg continues to hold on to the #1 position in the AVCA Division III rankings while claiming 47 of the first-place votes.
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