Cuban National Teamer Wilma Salas To Play In Italian League
Cuban player Wilma Salas Rosell has made a commitment to play in Italy for UBI Banca San Bernardo Cuneo for…
Arielle Love and Ohio State Alum Luisa Schrimer Make Move To Cyprus
American player Arielle Love and German player Luisa Schimer will be joining AEK Larnaca volley in Cyprus for the 2018-19…
Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine Shows Up At Clarkstown Volleyball Game
Rapper Takeshi 6ix9ine showed up in the bleachers to watch a Clarkstown North High School volleyball game last Tuesday. According…
Portland State’s Medically Retired Brennan Takes Aim at Med School
It’s an irony that is still a little too early for Portland State senior Sarah Brennan to find humor in, but Brennan – a future medical professional – was forced to medically retire from volleyball.
Texas Moves into RPI Top 5; UCF Reps American in Top 10
Following in the footsteps of their undefeated football team, UCF volleyball has made its first appearance in the top 10 of the RPI rankings.
Shoji Starts But GKS Katowice Sweeps Resovia
Asseco Resovia is at the bottom of the standings after losing their 3rd consecutive match.
Missouri, UCF Join AVCA Top 25, Pittsburgh Climbs into Top 5 on Week 9
The top four – BYU, Stanford, Minnesota and Penn State – remained the same in the AVCA Top 25 poll, but the Cardinal did pick up two additional first place votes on Week 9. New to the poll on Week 9 are Missouri, which jumped in at No. 24 with a five-set upset win over then No. 11 Florida on Sunday, and UCF, which garnered its first ever AVCA ranking at No. 25.
K-State’s Dixon, Texas’ White Named Big 12 Co-Players of the Week
After helping shut down two ranked opponents, Kansas State student-athletes Sarah Dixon and Brooke Heyne earn honors, while Micaya White (Texas) and Keyton Kinley (Oklahoma) were also named award winners after week nine.
After Rocky Start, #2 Stanford Rolls Past #16 Oregon (Pac-12 Roundup)
Stanford moved to 10-0 in the Pac-12, while Oregon State fell to 0-10. Arizona suffered another blow to their outside hitter group when Kendra Dahlke left their match with an injury, and Cal’s offense found its rhythm in a single-setter system.
Fan’s Eye View from the Women’s World Championship Final
After having just flown back from Tokyo on a long Sunday (arriving at home before you left for the day…