Northern Iowa remained perfect in Missouri Valley play with a four-set win over Bradley on Saturday as senior libero Kendyl Sorge reached the 2,000-dig milestone. Sorge is just the third UNI player to reach the plateau and the eighth active Division I player to do so.
Nebraska’s Melissa Foecke is one of 30 players who have been nominated for the senior CLASS award.
James Madison and Charleston were voted tightly together at the top of the CAA Volleyball Preseason Poll.
Taylor Louis of Iowa has more career kills than anyone returning to D-I women’s NCAA volleyball in 2018.
Big blocking efforts lifted James Madison and Hofstra to Day 1 wins at the CAA Championships, sending the teams on to Friday’s semifinals.
College of Charleston middle blocker Krissy Mummey, Northeastern libero Gabrielle Eyl and Hostra outside hitter Ivania Ortiz were tabbed as the Colonial Athletic Association’s Player of the Week honorees.
Northeastern stayed undefeated in CAA play behind Amy Underdown’s 24 kill, 10 dig double-double as they handed Towson their second loss of the year.
Northeastern libero Gabrielle Eyl racked up 107 total digs in four matches to win the latest CAA Defensive Player of the Week.
MATCH STATS Pepperdine def. Northeastern 3-1 (25-14, 24-26, 25-21, 25-20) Pepperdine moves to 3-1, Northeastern drops to 1-3 Malibu, California…