The co-regular season champions are set to square off in the Big Sky Volleyball Championship as Northern Arizona swept Idaho State and Idaho outlasted Northern Colorado in five sets.
OGDEN, Utah – Idaho State’s Abby Garrity and Northern Arizona’s Kaylie Jorgenson have been named the Big Sky Conference Co-Most…
Northern Arizona and Idaho both earned a share of the 2018 Big Sky Volleyball regular season trophy on Saturday. The Lumberjacks and Vandals each finished Big Sky play with a conference record of 15-3.
South Dakota’s Hayley Dotseth joined the elite ranks of the 1,000 kill/1,000 dig club. Dotseth was one of 12 players to notch her 1,000th kill, while five players joined the 1,000-dig club on Week 7.
Portland extended its program-best start to 8-0 with a 5 set victory at Hawaii and Idaho rebounded with a 4 set win over San Diego State at the Outrigger Volleyball Challenge inside Stan Sheriff Center Friday.
Portland and Hawaii each registered victories in Outrigger Volleyball Challenge action Thursday, setting up an exciting Friday matchup between the two. It will mark the first all-time meeting between the programs.
Idaho’s Kaela Straw and Northern Arizona’s Heaven Harris were selected as the #BigSkyVB Players of the Week. Straw was tabbed the Offensive Player of the Week, while Harris earned defensive recognition.
Regular season champion Sacramento State, No. 2 seed North Dakota, No. 3 Idaho and No. 4 Portland State are all on to Friday’s Big Sky Tournament semifinals.
Sacramento State continued their perfect conference season run with a sweep over Idaho on the road.
Idaho (12-7, 7-1) closes out the homestand with a pair of matches against the two top teams in the Big Sky South.