Favored teams claimed Big Ten victories on Friday night. 4th-ranked Penn State, 3rd-ranked Minnesota, 6th-ranked Wisconsin and 21st-ranked Purdue all secured wins to continue their win streaks.
Outside hitter Grace Lazard tallied 17 kills to help Iowa State earn a four set victory over Kansas State.
It was a match of runs, with the teams trading late rallies over the first four sets. In the end, Wisconsin was too strong from start to finish in Set 5 to claim the road victory and hand Michigan just its second home loss of the season.
“We Need To Create A Player/Coach Union And Start A Strike Against The FIVB.” – Poland’s Wojciech Drzyzga
As was expected, most European national teams are not pleased with the FIVB’s recent published criteria for qualification to the 2020 Olympic Games.
Philippine star Michelle Gumabao’s juggling of volleyball with her modeling career has finally paid off, as the youngster finished in the Top 15 of the Miss Globe 2018 Awards this Sunday in Tirana, Albania
“Playing Against Zenit Kazan Is The Same As Entering A Ring To Face A Heavyweight Boxer” – Samotlor’s Valery Pyatkovsky
In spite of what some coaches may think, Zenit Kazan is still the team to beat in Russia’s Superleague
The NCAA runnerup UCLA men’s volleyball team kicks off its 2018-19 season at the USC Tournament on Nov. 3 followed by a visit to Stanford the following day.
Sam Houston State has nabbed a class of 2019 commitment in middle blocker/right side Katelyn Nwonumah.
Lyndie Haddock-Eppich surpassed 3,000 career assists as #1 BYU won against a record Portland crowd.
Júlia Bergmann, one of Brazil’s youngest volleyball jewels, has decided to leave the country’s youth development system to try her hand in the NCAA
Even amid the country’s serious economic crisis, Brazil’s Superliga still found room to a grow and continue to be one of the world’s premier volleyball competitions
After falling to the Rainbow Wahine in five sets on Oct. 5, UC Santa Barbara is looking to even the series with a win in Honolulu on Saturday to wrap up a four-match road trip.
Nine different Anteaters contributed to the team effort that lifted UC Irvine to a 3-1 victory over CSUN (25-21, 25-19, 15-25, 25-19) at the Bren Events Center Thursday.
Sara Anzanello (centre) standing on the podium together with her friends and teammates Eleonora Lo Bianco (left) and Francesca Piccinini (right).
Five American teams, including Pool C winners Kerri Walsh Jennings/Brooke Sweat, remain among the final 24 teams at the Chetumal Three Star in Mexico. Top seeded Canadians Heather Bansley/Brandie Wilkerson and collegiate stars Nicole and Megan McNamara also won their respective pools on Thursday.