December brought the close of the collegiate women’s volleyball season, including a national title for Nebraska, as well as multiple coaching changes. Postseason international and beach awards also were announced alongside plans for the 2018 seasons.
November brought several international and domestic announcements regarding newly formed league and 2018 slates, while the collegiate volleyball world was busy wrapping up the regular season and preparing for postseason play.
The AVCA has announced Lindsey Wilson’s Makenzie Montano as NAIA Player of the Year after helping the team to their first-ever national title.
The AVCA has announced their selections for NAIA All-American teams following the conclusion of the season.
Yesterday, Lindsey Wilson captured their first NAIA Championship in a four-set win over Dordt (Iowa) in Sioux City, Iowa.
Lindsey Wilson was able to take down Dordt (Iowa) in four sets to claim their first-ever NAIA championship.
The 7,000 seat Tyson Events Center has already hosted the tournament for the last 10 years.
The AVCA has announced their NAIA Regional Awards, honoring the top players from each region of play just days before the national tournament is set to take place.
Ten returning Academic All-Americans, including Penn State’s Haleigh Washington and Missouri State’s Lily Johnson in Division I, were among those honored with CoSIDA Academic All-District accolades.
The NAIA has officially announced the 44 teams that will compete in the 2017 NAIA Volleyball National Championships.
On the same day Erianna Murray signed her National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at St. Gregory’s University was the same day she found out the university would be closing in December.
Today is a big day for a number of prospective collegiate volleyball athletes, as it is the first day players can sign their early period National Letters of Intent for their programs in the NCAA.
Senior outside hitter Alyzabeth Vincent (left) led the Celts with 306 kills last season.
After a banner 2016 season, Hastings (Neb.) enters 2017 as the #1 ranked team in the preseason coaches poll. The…
Class of 2018 recruit Bailey Green has committed to play for NAIA school Indiana Wesleyan.
Bethel College volleyball coach Scott Weston has announced his resignation, effective July 1. Weston submitted his resignation expressing the desire to…
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