Arizona outside hitter Paige Whipple missed the team’s loss to Washington last night and will be out for the rest of the weekend.
19th-ranked Oregon claimed its first-ever sweep of 21st-ranked UCLA in Los Angeles, Calif., and the first overall since 2014 to get back on track this week. 2nd-ranked Stanford kept its perfect Pac-12 start going with a 4-set win over Utah, which received votes this week.
Washington put up nine blocks and outhit Arizona a season-high .333 to .173 to snap the Wildcats’ two match win streak on Friday night.
WSU looks to continue the Pac-12 success from the previous week heading into the Arizona road trip, after defeating No. 25 Utah, and No. 23 Colorado at home.
The No. 12 Penn State women’s volleyball returns home after a nine-match road trip to host Maryland and Ohio State in a weekend of Big Ten action.
USC hit at a .317 clip and served up five aces in a home sweep of Oregon State on Thursday to move to 5-0 at the Galen Center and 4-1 in Pac-12 play.
Twenty-first ranked Arizona volleyball (14-2, 3-1 Pac-12) returns home after three straight matches on the road to host a pair of ranked teams in McKale Center this weekend.
The top matchup in Big West Conference play, 3 Top 25 matchups featuring Big Ten Conference programs and a pivotal Pac-12 matchup are on the docket for NCAA Division I volleyball fans this week. Should be a fun one!
Arizona’s Liz Shelton has missed four matches due to a concussion, and will continue to sit per Head Coach Dave Rubio.
Weber State’s Hannah Hill and Florida Gulf Coast’s Sheronda Pickering have hit at a .451 clip, the best mark nationally thus far in 2018. Check out the rest of the national individual and team leaders through Week 6.