Fifty-four team kills led No. 4 seed BYU to a dominating 3-0 match win (25-16, 25-21, 25-18) over in-state rival Utah on Saturday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, advancing to its seventh Sweet 16.
After spending the bulk of the 2018 season ranked No. 1 in the country, BYU volleyball swept the West Coast Conference major individual honors and placed five student-athletes on the All-WCC first team.
The Loyola Marymount Lions swept BYU (27-1, 17-1 WCC) in straight sets, 25-23, 27-25, 25-20 to hand the previously-unbeaten Cougars their first loss of the year.
BYU head women’s volleyball coach Heather Olmstead earned her 100th victory in her 4th year at the helm of the volleyball program, as the Cougars swept past Pepperdine Tuesday night in Malibu, Calif.
BYU continues to show why it is the top team nationally with a dominant performance against Pepperdine to earn the sweep Tuesday night in WCC play. Pacific also notched a sweep over Santa Clara, while San Diego and Saint Mary’s turned in 4-set victories.
Taylen Ballard, pictured left, is starting the 2018 season on the mend as BYU looks to fill the void at the opposite position.
BYU is the unanimous choice to win the West Coast Conference in the league’s preseason poll.
Stanford head coach Kevin Hambly does a Q&A with VolleyMob to preview his team’s upcoming season.
Get caught up with what Minnesota head coach Hugh McCutcheon thinks about his team prior to the season beginning with a VolleyMob Q&A.
Wisconsin head coach Kelly Sheffield joins VolleyMob for a Q&A to preview his team’s upcoming season.