Tennessee State has landed another 2019 commitment in middle hitter Kiara Hill.
After a four-match road swing, the NC State volleyball team will return to Reynolds Coliseum this weekend as the Wolfpack hosts Virginia and sixth-ranked Pittsburgh in a pair of televised matches.
The Michigan volleyball team (15-2, 4-2 B1G) will kick off this weekend a four-match road swing with contests at Ohio State and Maryland.
UNI, which remains unbeaten in MVC action and sits 7-0 in league play for the second-straight season, takes on Southern Illinois, while Valparaiso and Illinois State, which both check in at 5-1, face off on Friday night.
San Diego State is on a roll, notching its 5th win in a row Thursday night against New Mexico. Despite possessing a 6-14 record overall, the Aztecs have gone 4-3 since beginning conference action. Fresno State, Colorado State, Wyoming, San Jose State and Fresno State also played their way to conference wins.
It was a battle from start to finish when Utah and Oregon State faced Thursday night in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Utes outperformed the Beavers in attack percentage (.268 to .203) and on the block (15 to 9) to key the win.
If Thompson continues her current offensive pace, she’s going to break a lot more records this season.
The Florida Gators look to extend their 11-match winning streak as the team travels to Columbia, S.C. to face the Gamecocks on Friday.
First place in the Sun Belt Conference will be up for grabs when Texas State (16-5, 7-0) welcomes Appalachian State (13-5, 5-1) and Coastal Carolina (6-7, 5-0) to San Marcos on Friday and Saturday.
Its back to St. John Arena for the Ohio State women’s volleyball team this weekend. The Buckeyes will get the ball rolling against No. 13 Michigan at 7 p.m. Friday before hosting Michigan State live on ESPN2 Sunday at 1 p.m.