Pac-12 Champion Stanford was awarded the No. 1-overall seed with three other league squads receiving a top-16 seeding, giving them the right to host the first and second rounds. The league earned eight berths for the fifth time in six years.
No. 2 Stanford, which has won 20-straight matches and claimed a nation-best 29-consecutive victories at home, could potentially clinch a share of the Pac-12 crown with two more wins this week.
Penina Snuka will be inducted into the Arizona Volleyball Ring of Honor, where her name will hang in elite company in McKale Center, where she had one of the most successful careers in Arizona volleyball history.
Arizona (14-6, 3-5 Pac-12) returns home to face Colorado (11-8, 3-5 Pac-12) and Utah (11-8, 3-5 Pac-12) this week to wrap up the first half of Pac-12 play. The Wildcats are looking to snap a four-match skid.
Arizona outside hitter Paige Whipple missed the team’s loss to Washington last night and will be out for the rest of the weekend.
Twenty-first ranked Arizona volleyball (14-2, 3-1 Pac-12) returns home after three straight matches on the road to host a pair of ranked teams in McKale Center this weekend.
Arizona’s Liz Shelton has missed four matches due to a concussion, and will continue to sit per Head Coach Dave Rubio.
Arizona volleyball returns to the road this week to face No. 14 Oregon and RV Oregon State.
Rubio became the second coach in Pac-10/12 history to reach 500 wins as a conference coach and became the sixth coach in school history, joining Mike Candrea, Frank Sancet, Jerry Kindall, Lute Olson and Fred Enke as the only other coaches to reach 500 wins at Arizona.
Senior outside Reily Buechler recorded 15 kills to help power the UCLA Bruins to a straight-set victory over Arizona.