North Carolina has landed a future commitment from class of 2020 OH/DS/L Sydney Reed.
The final group of collegiate athletes that will be representing Team USA in 2018 was announced on Tuesday, the 24-player U.S. Women’s Collegiate National Team – Detroit.
Former Nebraska setter Hunter Atherton has decided to transfer to North Carolina for 2018.
Press Release courtesy of FSU Athletics. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Due to a lightning warning, all remaining matches for Saturday, April 7…
Baylor volleyball player Tola Itiola was one of 20 semifinalists named for the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars award in 2018. Sixty-eight other players were honored with first, second and third team accolades.
Class of 2020 DS/L Haley Frank has committed to Florida State.
Boston College has landed class of 2019 RS/OH Izzy Clavenna.
Eleven Division I women’s coaches, including North Dakota State head coach Jennifer Lopez, and 19 others were tabbed as the 2018 American Volleyball Coaches Association’s Thirty Under 30 Award winners on Thursday. Three men’s coaches were among the honored, including Grand Canyon head coach Matt Werle.
USA Volleyball has announced their 12-player roster for the U.S. Women’s Collegiate National Team European Tour that will compete and train in Europe from July 4-15.
Former LBSU & All-Big West middle blocker Ashley Murray becomes the third transfer headed to Florida State.
USA Volleyball has announced their 12-player roster for the U.S. Women’s Collegiate National Team China Tour that will compete from May 20-31.
It was an elite group of eight schools that found happiness at NCAA Selection Show watch parties for volleyball, men’s basketball and women’s basketball in 2017-18, including three ACC teams. Of the eight, Texas lasted the longest in the NCAA Volleyball Tournament.
Nicole Alford is the latest Maryland addition as a transfer from Georgia Tech.
Class of 2020 OH Noelle Piatas has committed to Miami (FL).
Three members of the Florida State volleyball team will head to the U.S. Olympic Training Center this weekend to participate in the U.S. Women’s National Team tryouts.
Former Louisville setter Alexia Byrnes is headed to Youngstown State for 2018.
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