Four of 5 Sunday Pac-12 Conference matchups took 5 sets to solve, as 2nd-ranked Stanford, 10th-ranked USC, 14th-ranked Washington, 16th-ranked Oregon and Arizona registered victories.
When you think of the Pac-12 this season, one word comes to mind. Competitive.
Washington was much more balanced than Boise State as the 13th ranked Huskies earned the road sweep.
13th-ranked Pittsburgh swept past 12th-ranked Washington to close Panther Invitational action Saturday and remain undefeated, 9-0, on the season. The Huskies recovered from the loss with a 4-set victory over Kennesaw State in the evening.
The favorites came out on top on Day 1 of the Panther Invitational with No. 13 Pittsburgh winning twice and No. 12 Washington hanging on for a five-set win over Dayton.
For the second-straight day, the Big Ten and Pac-12 Conference split in challenge action. #20 Colorado opened the night with…
The Big Ten and Pac-12 Conferences played to a split in challenge action Friday, as #11 Illinois swept #20 Colorado and #10 Washington topped Iowa in 4.
Kara Bajema led #14 Washington in kills for the second consecutive night against #21 San Diego.
Part 2 of who’s who heading into the 2018 season, led by #1 on the court and #1 in the rankings Nicklin Hames, who will take over as setter for the defending NCAA CHampions.