6’3″ middle blocker Sydnye Fields is transferring out of North Carolina to attend Texas A&M in 2018.
Florida State volleyball head coach Chris Poole announced the 2018 schedule, featuring five teams ranked in the final 2017 AVCA poll, and nine opponents who made an appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
Charlotte has made the addition of a pair of transfers for 2018, giving them three for the offseason.
Stanford will look to claim the National Championship for the second time in three seasons; Way-Too-Early 2018 VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings (Full List).
6’4″ outside hitter Taylor Borup has transferred out of North Carolina and to Oregon for 2018.
Colorado will be a dark-horse in the Pac-12 as they look to build on a breakout 2017; Way-Too-Early 2018 VolleyMob Top 25 (#16-20).
Former Purdue setter Lexi Dorn is headed to Georgia Tech as a transfer for 2018.
After totaling over 200 kills as a freshman in 2017, Christine Jarman has transferred from Alabama to Virginia for 2018.
Notre Dame has garnered a commitment from class of 2021 OH/MB/RS Paris Thompson.
Pittsburgh is readying plans for facility upgrades, including a potential 3,000 seat arena for volleyball.
Two-time All-ACC outside hitter and 2016 AVCA All-American Taylor Leath is transferring from UNC back home to Penn State.
Florida has made the addition of 6’7″ setter Holly Carlton, who transfers in from North Carolina.
Greek National Team and former Coastal Carolina middle blocker Aristea Tontai transfers to North Carolina.
Danielle Hepburn, a third-team All-American and ACC Player of the Year in 2008, was among nine athletes and a coach named to the Clemson Athletics Hall of Fame.
Clemson volleyball head coach Michaela Franklin announced the program’s incoming class for the fall of 2018. The additions include soon-to-be freshmen Crystal Childs (right side hitter/Alpharetta, Ga.), Katelyn DeGuzman (defensive specialist/libero/Easley, S.C.), Gabrielle Easton (setter/Anderson, S.C.) and Torie Frederick (defensive specialist/libero/Manvel, Texas).
Class of 2020 setter Sofia Lambros has committed to Boston College.
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