Kayley Wood

Creighton, Marquette to Meet in Big East Tournament Title Match

Marquette defeated St. John’s 3-1 to advance to its second straight Big East Tournament final, while Creighton swept Villanova to reach its seventh straight conference tournament title match.

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Big East: St. John’s Rallies Past Xavier in 5; Creighton Moves to 12-0

St. John’s rallied from down two sets to defeat Xavier at home. Meanwhile Butler overcame a first-set loss to top Seton Hall. Creighton and Marquette kept their spots as the top two in the league standings with sweeps.

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Jaali Winters Continues Hot Streak with 25 Kills in Creighton Win

Jaali Winters (#5) matched her season-best with 25 kills in just 4 sets on Friday against Big East #2 Marquette.

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Big East: #10 Creighton Stays Perfect in Conference Action

10th-ranked Creighton remains alone atop Big East standings, earning its 8th-straight victory in 4 sets over Villanova Saturday.

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Big East Roundup: St. John’s Rallies from Down 0-2; Creighton Sweeps

St. John’s rallied from down two sets to secure its first Big East win of the season, downing Xavier. Meanwhile, #13 Creighton, Butler and Marquette won via sweep to round out the night’s action.

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Creighton Picks Up Four-Set Win Over St. John Using Runs Late

Creighton took down St. John’s at home in a four-set feat to improve to 8-1 in Big East play.

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St. John’s Julia Cast Downs 1,000th Kill vs. Seton Hall

St. John’s senior middle blocker Julia Cast downed 14 kills in a road match against Seton Hall to become the 10th player in Red Storm history to reach the 1,000 career kill milestone. 

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Butler’s Whitney Beck Garners Big East Offensive Player Of The Week

Named the Tournament MVP of the Golden Flashes Classic, Butler redshirt junior outside hitter Whitney Beck averaged a league-best 6.42 points and 5.17 kills per set with 4.0 digs per set and four aces as she posted a pair of double-double performances in wins over College of Charleston and Kent State.

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