10 Americans Suit Up For First Round Of Italian Lega Volley – Defending Champs Conegliano Starts Out Strong
The world’s premier female volleyball domestic tournament started with a bang in Italy
USA Volleyball Announces Women’s World Championships 22-Player Roster
With the FIVB World Championships just over a month away, U.S. Women’s National team head coach Karch Kiraly announced a preliminary 22-woman roster on Thursday.
VolleyMob’s 2018 Preseason Top 25 Power Rankings: Full List + HMs
The Cardinal sit atop the VolleyMob 2018 Preseason Top 25.
VolleyMob’s 2018 Preseason Top 25 (#6-10): Texas On the Edge of the Top 5
Texas comes in at #6, right on the cusp of the top five, in a group of teams that all made at least the Elite Eight in 2017.
USA Rallies Past Dominican Republic for Pan Am Cup Gold
The United States won its second straight Pan American Cup title, outdoing the Dominican Republic for the second year in a row, rallying for a five-set win. Canada rounded out the podium, taking bronze with a sweep of Brazil.
USA, Dominican Republic Will Battle for Pan Am Title Again
The United States and Dominican Republic will battle for the Pan American Cup title for the second straight year after each won semifinal matches on Friday.
NORCECA Women’s Pan American Cup: USA & D.R. Advance to the Semis
Aiyana Abukusomo-Whitney’s 20 points spearheaded the American effort as they move on to the semifinals.
USA Sweeps Puerto Rico for Pan Am Cup Pool B Title, Cuba Wins 3-0
Cuba carried the momentum from Monday’s five-set win over the United States to a sweep of Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the Americans bounced back with a sweep of Group B leader Puerto Rico to claim the pool title with 11 points.
Puerto Rico, Cuba Hang On for Five-Set Wins in Pan Am Cup Pool B
Five setters were the story of the day in Pool B on Monday as both Trinidad & Tobago and the United States rallied to force tiebreak sets, but neither could finish the comeback, falling to Puerto Rico and Cuba respectively.
Washington, Evans Among Big Ten’s 104th Medal of Honor Class
Twenty-eight students from 17 different sports were honored with the prestigious award, which was established in 1915 and was the first award in intercollegiate athletics to demonstrate support for the educational emphasis placed on athletics.