Trailing 2-0 in the match, the TCU volleyball team staged a comeback and were able to take the win in three straight sets to get the 3-2 (18-25, 25-27, 25-21, 25-23, 15-7) victory over West Virginia in front of a sold-out crowd on Thursday night to wrap up the first half of Big 12 play.
Elan McCall continues to shine as a freshman in leading a youth-infused TCU bunch so far this season.
It was a big day in the Big 12. Texas Tech defeated West Virginia, 3-1, for its first 2-0 start in the Big 12 since 2000, Kansas earned its 7th consecutive win over TCU and Baylor sophomore Yossiana Pressley had a record-breaking day.
After dropping the first set, Texas Tech charged back to win three in a row to earn its spot in the NIVC Finals.
TCU rallied from down 2-1 to best North Texas in five sets on the road Friday night to move into the NIVC Third Round.
TCU swept Wyoming behind big nights by redshirt freshman outside hitter Abigail Buckingham and junior middle blocker Anna Walsh, while North Texas blocked its way past Oral Roberts in four sets.
Three Texas players stood out in the team’s sweep over TCU as they recorded double-digit kills to hit for .388 in the match as compared to TCU’s .204.
The #11 Kansas Jayhawks defeated TCU in four sets for its 20th win of the season.
Freshman outside Yossiana Pressley notched 17 kills and sophomore middle Shelly Fanning added seven blocks to help lead #18 Baylor Bears to a straight-set victory over TCU.
Fourteen blocks helped the No. 24 Cyclones limit TCU to a -.043 hitting effort in a Saturday sweep.