BYU Holds Down No. 1 Spot in AVCA Poll for Second Straight Week

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).

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LSU’s Bannister Downs 36 Kills vs. SMU En Route to SEC Honors

LSU’s Taylor Bannister capped a banner week with her fourth career SEC honor following three Freshman of the Week nods in 2017, while Georgia’s Meghan Donovan earned her third setter of the week honor of 2018.

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VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings (Week 4): Oregon State Makes 8 Ranked in Pac-12

Oregon State appears in the VolleyMob Top 25 for the first time in 2018, giving the Pac-12 eight ranked teams.


Auburn Follows McIlroy’s Double-Double to 3-1 win over FSU

Auburn won its fourth straight match to end the non-conference season at 7-3, besting Florida State 3-1.

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Aggie Volleyball’s Laura Jones Hahn-Conti Inducted into Hall of Fame

The Texas A&M Lettermen’s Association ushered in seven new members into the Athletics Hall of Fame Friday at the 41st Burgess Banquet inside the Hall of Champions at Kyle Field, including 2006 volleyball alumna Laura Jones Hahn-Conti.

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Olivia Beyer Back from Injury for LSU for 3-2 Barnburner Over SMU

Taylor Bannister (above) led LSU with 36 kills in the 5-set match.

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Purdue Survives South Alabama to Stay Perfect at 12-0, Win Tourney

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.

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Florida Goes 3-0 to Take Gator Invitational Title

Gator Invitational Gainesville, Florida Sept. 14-15, 2018 Florida won all three of its matches en route to the Gator Invitational…

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Purdue Takes Down Alabama 3-0 in Battle of Unbeatens

Purdue libero Brooke Peters had 49 digs and 6 aces in two matches as Purdue moved to 10-0 on the season.

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Kentucky Blanks Louisville in Battle of the Bluegrass State

Kentucky hit at a .434 clip and Louisville could not find its footing offensively, hitting .080, in a quick 3-0 decision between the instate rivals.

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