Big West: #13 Cal Poly Off to Best Start in Program History

13th-ranked Cal Poly made history Saturday, downing Long Beach State in 4 sets to secure its best start in program history at 19-1. The Mustangs have not lost a Big West matchup since 2016, boasting a program record 25 conference win streak.

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Big Ten: All 6 Home Teams Win, Northwestern Grabs 1st League Victory

All six home sides held court on Friday in the Big Ten, including upset wins by Indiana and Northwestern, who moved past Ohio State and Michigan State respectively. Illinois and Wisconsin each went the distance for wins over Michigan and Nebraska.

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Class of 2019 MB/RS Alex Finch Commits to Saint Francis

The Saint Francis Men’s Volleyball team has landed a class of 2019 commitment from MB/RS Alex Finch.

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Virginia Tech, Louisville Go the Distance for ACC Wins

Virginia Tech went the distance to hold home court against Wake Forest, while Florida State, Syracuse and Pitt also won at home. It took five sets for Louisville to get past Virginia and stay perfect with a road win.

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FIVB’s Olympic Qualification Criteria Already Turning Heads In Europe

As was expected, most European national teams are not pleased with the FIVB’s recent published criteria for qualification to the 2020 Olympic Games.

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Skra’s Patryk Czarnowski Undergoes Knee Surgery, Will Be Out 3 Months

People were wondering where was Patryk Czarnowski in Skra’s first two PlusLiga games this season

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Class of 2019 OH/MB/RS Miguel Espinosa Commits to King

Miguel Espinosa has committed to King for men’s volleyball.

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Unleashed in a Bronze Medal Match Again, China’s Li Yingying Goes Big

Following the pattern of the Nations League earlier this summer, Li Yingying was unleashed in the Nations League bronze medal match, and dominated.

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Serbia Rallies to Top Italy in 5 for First World Championships Title

What was already a history making showing for Serbia, got that much sweeter to the tune of a five-set comeback win over Italy and the nation’s first ever FIVB Women’s World Championships title. Serbia had never finished higher than third, meanwhile Italy claims its second ever medal following a gold in 2002.

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Flint/Day, Brazilians Ana Patricia/Rebecca Move on to Vegas Final 8

The first two women’s quarterfinalists earned their spots, while the remaining six matches of Round 2 are slated to begin at noon ET Saturday. Americans Betsi Flint/Emily Day defeated two other Team USA pairs en route to the Final 8, while Brazilians Ana Patricia/Rebecca earned their spot with the Pool H title and a win over Japan.

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