Pittsburgh comes into 2018 as the favorite in the ACC with a wide-open order of teams throughout.
The top pair in the country will be crowned on Saturday at the Bridgestone USA Volleyball Collegiate Beach Championships. The event will feature 32 women’s teams hailing from 18 schools and eight men’s teams.
Courtesy: South Carolina Athletics GULF SHORES, ALA. – The South Carolina beach volleyball team begins its quest for a NCAA title…
The top four seeds in the championship advanced to Sunday’s semifinal round as No. 1 Florida State and No. 2 South Carolina each topped their groups and LSU and FIU earned runner-up spots.
Four teams emerged undefeated at the end of an exciting day at the Rally Volleyball Courts at LakePoint Sporting Community, site of the CCSA Beach Volleyball Championships: FIU, Florida State, LSU and South Carolina.
In her first entry, Cadie Bates shares about how she chose her new home at South Carolina, as well as the mental fatigue of the beach game and her love for her new teammates.
Thirty-seven Atlantic Coast Conference student-athletes were selected to the 2017 All-ACC Academic Volleyball Team, headlined by Miami’s Olga Strantzali, the 2017 ACC Volleyball Scholar-Athlete of the Year, as announced today by the league office.
Creighton’s Lydia Dimke and Duke’s Cadie Bates are transferring to South Carolina following four-year indoor careers to make their debuts on the beach.
Miami senior outside hitter Olga Strantzali has been selected as the 2017 ACC Player of the Year, and highlights the All-ACC Volleyball Team, announced Monday.
Key in the five-set victory were 22.5 team blocks for the Blue Devils, including a match-high 14 by senior middle blocker Anna Kropf.