The top five teams remained in tact in the Week 4 AVCA poll, with BYU and Stanford at the top and dividing the first place votes (58 to 6).
Western Kentucky won its second straight tournament title, finishing 2-1 thanks to a five-set win over Northern Illinois on Saturday. Meanwhile, #18 Washington State suffered its first loss of the season, falling to ETSU in five sets.
Purdue went the distance with South Alabama rallying for the five-set win to wrap up the tournament title and remain among the ranks of the unbeaten on Saturday.
No. 18 Washington State moved to 9-0 and ended the nation’s longest home win streak in the process, topping Northern Illinois and host Western Kentucky at the WKU Tournament on Friday.
In a 5-set thriller in Denton, Texas, the Mean Green overcame the Bulldogs Thursday night.
Coming off a 3-0 tournament victory last weekend, Lady Topper Volleyball looks to continue their NCAA-best 27-match home winning streak with this weekend’s WKU Volleyball Tournament.
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WKU picked up its season’s first pair of Conference USA Weekly honors with Rachel Anderson claiming Offensive Player of the Week and Katie Isenbarger earning Freshman of the Week. FAU’s Ivone Martinez and UAB’s Victoria Young were also honored.
BYU, one of three undefeated teams among the Top 10, climbed two spot from No. 3 to No. 1 after a 3-0 weekend at the Marquette Invitational. Alabama claimed its first ever national ranking, checking in at No. 25.
Sydney Hilley dished out a balanced and efficient offense to lead #3 Wisconsin to a sweep of North Texas.
With wins over Chattanooga and Notre Dame to open the Holiday Inn-University Plaza Invitational, WKU Volleyball extended its home winning streak to 26 matches – the longest streak in the NCAA.
Baylor notches highest ranked win in program history with win over No. Wisconsin while Rice opens the Baylor Classic with a sweep of UTRGV.
Florida State embraced its home opener at Tully Gym and got back on track with a standout offensive effort in a sweep of VCU to open the Florida A&M/FSU Volleyball Invitational. Meanwhile, Southern Miss swept Florida A&M across town.
Week 2 of the NCAA saw two more players join the 1,000/1,000 club. In addition, 10 players reached the 1,000 kill club and eight surpassed 1,000 career digs.
Although they are sure to get some more company over the coming weeks, there are just six active players in the 1,000-kill/1,000 dig club with the two newest members joining the party last weekend.
University of Florid head coach Mary Wise was the only female head coach at the 2018 NCAA Divsiion I Women’s Indoor Volleyball final 4 last season.
As a right side hitter for the Western Kentucky Lady Toppers Sydney Engle racked up three All-Conference USA honors and…
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