9th-ranked Florida and 19th-ranked Kentucky stayed perfect in SEC action with 8-0 and 6-0 marks, respectively. LSU, Texas A&M and RV Missouri all chalked up conference wins on Sunday as well.
Following this week of action, 8th-ranked Pittsburgh and RV Louisville are share the ACC lead with 8-0 records at the halfway point. The Panthers are perfect on the season at 20-0, while the Cardinals are 15-4.
Dahlke is the 3rd Wildcats hitter to miss time with a concussion this month, and the offense has struggled with the absences.
Colorado senior Naghede Abu became just the second player in school history to record 500 career blocks Sunday afternoon in a sweep of Oregon State.
UCF’s 3-1 win over UConn put the program in elite company as one of just 24 Division I schools to reach the 1,000 victory milestone.
Ashley Harris is now the winningest volleyball coach in Texas Wesleyan school history.
UNI continued its impressive streak to 9 wins in a row. The Panthers are perfect in Missouri Valley Conference play (9-0) and stand at 15-6 overall. Illinois State stayed in 2nd at 7-1 with a sweep of Loyola Saturday.
It was an historic day for UCF volleyball as senior libero Jordan Pingel surpassed the 2,000 digs mark, becoming the first player in school history to do so.
She already leads the nation in scoring and in kills per set, but you can add two other notes on Cincinnati’s Jordan Thompson’s resume – American Athletic Conference and Cincinnati record holder for kills in a match.
Ohio State swept Michigan State on a day where it honored Cancer survivors; #14 Michigan overcame a sluggish start to knock off Maryland in four sets.
Villanova junior Emma Decker surpassed the 3,000-career assists mark on Saturday in her team’s loss to 10th-ranked Creighton in 4 sets at home inside Jae Nevin Field House. The 6-3 setter distributed 42 assists against the Bluejays to raise her career total to 3,020, which ranks 6th in Wildcat volleyball history.
10th-ranked Creighton remains alone atop Big East standings, earning its 8th-straight victory in 4 sets over Villanova Saturday.
With the Third Round beginning of the 2018 FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship on Sunday night in Nagoya, Japan (or…
No. 5 seed Konstantin Semenov/Ilya Leshukov of Russia rallied after dropping the first set to claim the Yangzhou Four Star men’s gold in tiebreak on Sunday.
Second-seeded Americans Alix Klineman/April Ross topped the podium at the Yangzhou Four Star on Sunday, while Sara Hughes/Summer Ross brought home the bronze.
Penn State ended a seven-match losing streak against Nebraska, winning in five sets at home, while Illinois picked up a key home win over Wisconsin in four. Purdue, Minnesota and Indiana also won on Saturday.
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