Missouri State Introduces First Beach Head Coach Terri Del Conte
Missouri State has chosen a familiar face to lead its newest sport, as former Bears indoor volleyball player Terri Del…
Trio of U21 Worlds-Bound Pairs at USAV Collegiate Beach Open
A rivalry-crossing Stanford and Cal pair, Kathryn Plummer and Mima Mirkovic will play at this weekend’s USA Volleyball Collegiate Beach Open.
Big Ten Announces Distinguished Scholar Award Recipients
The Big Ten Conference announced on Wednesday that 1,016 students competing in intercollegiate athletics have earned the Big Ten Distinguished…
Oregon Indoor Standout Kacey Nady Transferring to Arizona Beach
Kacey Nady (#9, middle) finished her career with the 5th-best hitting percentage in Oregon volleyball history.
Pepperdine To Host West Coast Conference Leadership Summit
The Pepperdine Athletics Department welcomed the West Coast Conference and 32 outstanding student-athletes from WCC institutions to campus from Wednesday…
Washington Beach Brings in Another Senior Transfer in Kimmy Gardiner
Oklahoma transfer Kimmy Gardiner will play one final season on the beach at Washington.
UCLA Transfer Jordan Anderson to Spend Last Beach Season at Washington
Former UCLA Indoor and Beach player Jordan Anderson is headed off to Washington for one final beach season.
80 Volleyball Players Nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year
Wisconsin setter Lauren Carlini is one of at least 8 Division I All-Americans nominated by her school for the NCAA Woman of the Year award.
California Bans University Travel To 8 States, Including Texas
Sport and politics may be intersecting in a new way in 2017, as the state of California has banned state employees (a banner that would include state-funded University athletic coaches) from using tax money to travel to states with laws considered discriminatory. The list of states currently stands at 8 and includes Texas, the largest of the contiguous United States.
Title IX Celebrates 45th Anniversary, Women’s Sports On The Rise
On June 23, 1972, Title IX was instituted into law, protecting people from discrimination based on sex in educational programs or activities that receive Federal financial assistance.