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.
NAU and Idaho, the top two teams in the Big Sky, square off in the Rolle Activity Center on Thursday before the Lumberjacks fly out to face Eastern Washington Saturday in Cheney, Wash. on Saturday.
The Lumberjacks (17-8 overall, 9-3 Big Sky), which were the first team to clinch a conference tournament berth with their victory over Portland State last Saturday, hit the road for matches at Montana and Montana State with three weeks remaining in the regular season.
Northern Arizona’s Kaylie Jorgenson and Jordan Anderson were recognized as the #BigSkyVB Players of the Week. Jorgenson was named the Offensive Player of the Week, while Anderson earned Defensive Player of the Week recognition.
The Northern Arizona volleyball team found the right combination – literally and figuratively – in their 25-13, 25-22, 25-14 sweep of Big Sky co-leader Sacramento State Thursday night.
A second consecutive week on the road will present the Northern Arizona volleyball team with a tall task. NAU will play Weber State and Idaho State, two of the four teams tied atop the Big Sky standings, on Thursday and Saturday respectively.
Loyola Maryland freshman libero Katie Forsythe averaged 8.15 digs per set, posted three straight 30-plus dig matches, set a school record and made good on all 50 of her serve reception chances en route to VolleyMob Player of the Week honors.
Northern Arizona’s Kaylie Jorgenson and Idaho State’s Haylie Keck were recognized as the #BigSkyVB Players of the Week. Jorgenson was named the Offensive Player of the Week, while Keck earned Defensive Player of the Week honors.