Where the VolleyMob & AVCA Preseason Top 25s Went Right & Wrong
Northern Iowa confirmed VolleyMob’s rank of them and dispelled the AVCA’s. Check out others that both polls got right or flubbed on.
VolleyMob’s 2018 Pac-12 Volleyball Preview
Stanford looks to claim the Pac-12 title once again in 2018.
USA, Dominican Republic Will Battle for Pan Am Title Again
The United States and Dominican Republic will battle for the Pan American Cup title for the second straight year after each won semifinal matches on Friday.
NORCECA Women’s Pan American Cup: USA & D.R. Advance to the Semis
Aiyana Abukusomo-Whitney’s 20 points spearheaded the American effort as they move on to the semifinals.
Puerto Rico, Cuba Hang On for Five-Set Wins in Pan Am Cup Pool B
Five setters were the story of the day in Pool B on Monday as both Trinidad & Tobago and the United States rallied to force tiebreak sets, but neither could finish the comeback, falling to Puerto Rico and Cuba respectively.
USA Announces 14-Woman Roster for 2018 Pan American Cup
Justine Wong-Orantes, who recently finished a tour winning gold with the US at the Volleyball Nations League, will turn around quickly to join the Pan American Cup roster.
USA Volleyball Announces Preliminary Roster for Pan American Cup
On Monday, Team USA released its initial 25-woman roster for the Pan American Cup, including three setters, four liberos, five opposites, six outside hitters and seven middle blockers.
Way-Too-Early 2018 VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings (Full List with HM)
Stanford will look to claim the National Championship for the second time in three seasons; Way-Too-Early 2018 VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings (Full List).
Six International Players Signed to Korean Women’s League
Adora Anae huddles up during the Korean V-League tryouts.
UCLA’s McNamaras Named Pac-12 Pair of the Year, USC’s Graudina Rookie
UCLA junior Nicole McNamara was voted Pac-12 Beach Volleyball Player of the Year and is part of the duo that was voted Pac-12 Pair of the Year with her twin sister Megan McNamara, the Conference office announced today. USC’s Tina Graudina was voted the Pac-12 Freshman of the Year while UCLA’s Stein Metzger was named Pac-12 Coach of the Year for the second-straight year.