Stanford’s Kathryn Plummer leads the 2017 VolleyMob All-America First Team filled with Final Four participants and a freshman.
Four volleyballers have been nominated for the Class of 2018 Honda Sport Award for Volleyball – Florida’s Rhamat Alhassan, Penn State’s Simone Lee and Haleigh Washington and Stanford’s Kathryn Plummer.
Wisconsin middle blocker Dana Rettke becomes one of two freshman on any of VolleyMob’s All-American Teams. 2017 Women’s VolleyMob All-America Third Team:
Nebraska has won two titles in three years and made three straight Final Fours. That success was fueled by watching Penn State dominate the sport for eight years.
With a 3-1 win over second-seeded Florida, No. 5 Nebraska claimed the 2017 NCAA Women’s Volleyball national championship at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. The title marked Nebraska’s fifth NCAA Championship and second in three years.
Over the past 17 season in the NCAA, only six titles have gone to the #1 overall seed in the tournament, with underdog teams coming alive late in the tournament to claim the championship.
After 11 seasons at the helm of Indiana’s volleyball program, Sherry Dunbar-Kruzan’s contract was not renewed.
All told, Penn State’s Haleigh Washington finished an elite career with a .458 hitting percentage, ranking third in NCAA Division I history.
After 14 weeks of the regular season and three weeks of postseason play, including the NIVC and NCAA Tournament, we’re…
Mikaela Foecke leads a group of five Big Ten players on the 2017 VolleyMob All-America Third Team.