VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings (Week 16): Oregon Ends In The Top 10
Oregon pulled off maybe the upset of the tournament in downing Minnesota to finish the year in the VolleyMob Top 10.
NCAA Tournament Regional Semifinal (Sweet 16) Predictions
Can Kentucky upend Nebraska to get some revenge for the 2017 Regional Final?
VolleyMob Efficiency Rankings: NCAA Women’s Sweet 16 Teams
Stanford tops the newest metric: The VolleyMob Efficiency Rankings.
VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings (Week 15): Cinderella San Diego Jumps Up
San Diego has become the Cinderella of the tournament and now jumps into the top 25.
Saturday Roundup: 8 Sweeps, 3 Seeds Fall, Michigan Wins Marathon vs. Pitt
Saturday featured 12 matches with the winners earning a ticket to the Sweet 16 next weekend. Eight of the matches ended in sweeps, although two of those provided upsets as No. 9 Creighton and No. 11 USC fell to Washington and San Diego respectively.
Kentucky Marches Into Second Straight Sweet 16 with Sweep of Purdue
The 10th-seeded Kentucky volleyball team put together a dominating performance of Purdue on Saturday night in Memorial Coliseum, sweeping the Boilermakers, 3-0 (25-20, 25-21, 25-14) to punch its ticket to the Sweet 16
NCAA Tournament Second Round Day Two Predictions
Washington State has a VM Top 20 showdown on their hands with Tennessee for a spot in the Sweet 16.
NCAA Tournament First Round Day Two Predictions
Top-ranked Stanford is in action to begin their title quest on night two of the first round of the NCAA DI Women’s Volleyball Tournament.
12 SEC Student-Athletes Honored for Community Service Efforts
The 12-woman SEC volleyball Community Service Team looks to highlight an athlete from each school who gives back to their community in superior service efforts
Kentucky’s Edmond, Curry & Stumler Tabbed as SEC Player, Libero, Freshman of the Year
Kentucky’s Leah Edmond was named Player of the Year, while teammate Gabby Curry was named Libero of the Year and Alli Stumler was named Freshman of the Year. Scholar-Athlete of the Year honors when to Arkansas’ Hailey Dirrigl.