Nia Reed has brought Penn State to a new level when she’s been out on the court, leading to their resurgence.
North Carolina has landed its third class of 2019 commit in Carly Peck.
The Cardinal return 5 of their 7 starters for the 2019 season, including 2018 freshman phenom Jaylen Jasper.
Cal Baptist has been one of the best surprises for the 2018 women’s volleyball season.
The world’s best beach volleyball pair for most of the last 4 years has returned to training after more than a year off the sand for Laura Ludwig.
The latest Cumulative Top 50 mashes together three ranking systems to one in week eight.
Cincinnati’s Jordan Thompson averaged 7.89 kills, 3.00 digs and 0.56 blocks per set, while hitting .400 in wins over Tulsa and Wichita State in a record-setting weekend en route to her second VolleyMob Player of the Week honor.
Xavier’s Laura Grossman and Marquette’s Martha Konovodoff take this week’s BIG EAST volleyball Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week honors. Villanova’s Clare Delaplane was tabbed as Freshman of the Week for the third time.
The latest VolleyMob Pod features another chat with Nate Torvik from Team Indiana Volleyball Club.
The FIVB has been competent in drawing the attention of sponsors in the last few years
Established in 1966, Eczacıbası excelled in chess, basketball, volleyball, gymnastics and table tennis before focusing its resources exclusively on women’s volleyball in the early 1990s.
Sloetjes piled up a match-high 26 points, but it was not enough to help the Dutch to victory as China boasted the advantage in every statistical category in rallying for the four-set win.
The Iona College volleyball program swept the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference awards. Senior Claire Archibald is the Player of the Week, junior Jessica Paolucci earns Libero of the Week and rookie Cassandra Patsos takes home the Rookie of the Week nod.
Serbia’s Tijana Boskovic turned in 29 points (27 kills, 2 blocks), while Italy’s Paola Egonu notched 28 as the Serbians issued Italy its first loss of the World Championships heading into the semifinals.
Considering the fact that Alyssa has over 1.6 million followers on twitter alone, getting elected should be easy for the Philippine phenom.