As former Lady Topper Volleyball All-American Alyssa Cavanaugh continues her battle with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL), WKU Athletics has teamed up with Be The Match and the Cavanaugh family to host a Bone Marrow Donor registry event to find a donor for Alyssa.
Alyssa Cavanaugh is battling cancer, but she needs help to get there. Find out how you can become a bone marrow donor today.
Western Kentucky defeated Middle Tennessee State via sweep on Friday night, but that was only part of the story. It was part homecoming, part celebration of life and accomplishments and all love for a coach who has spent his whole career on the sidelines in Bowling Green, Travis Hudson, who recorded his 600th career win.
From behind the scenes work to locker room celebrations and off court activities, VolleyMob will feature a weekly roundup of social media moments from across the volleyball universe throughout 2018.
2017-2018 Conference USA Female Athlete of the Year Alyssa Cavanaugh has beaten plenty of opponents on the volleyball court –…
Rachel Anderson is the Preseason C-USA Player of the Year as she looks to lead Western Kentucky to a fifth straight league title.
Ever wonder what it’s like to film those promo videos that light up scoreboards and Twitter accounts around the country…
Alyssa Cavanaugh is just the 2nd volleyball player to be named Conference USA Female Athlete of the Year.
Eleven schools were represented on the 14 member first team All-America team with Stanford earning three honors and Penn State notching two. Wisconsin’s Dana Rettke was named AVCA Freshman of the Year.
The AVCA has formally announced their selections for Division I Region Players of the Year from the 10 different regions around the nation.