Kevin Hambly

Mary Wise Wins 2017 VolleyMob Women’s National Coach of the Year

After pushing Florida to the National Championship match, Mary Wise has been honored as the 2017 VolleyMob Women’s National Coach of the Year.

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Post-Match Reactions: #2 Florida Survives #3 Stanford

Florida pulled out the victory over Stanford in the fifth. Below are both teams post-match reactions and thoughts from the result.

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Scouting Report: #2 Florida Faces Defending Champs in #3 Stanford

Scouting the National Semifinal between #2 Florida and #3 Stanford for a shot at the title.

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Defending Champ Stanford Aiming For 8th Title; Stanford Region Preview

This is a loose preview of the Stanford region of the NCAA Tournament, which begins on November 30 and ends December 2.

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Scouting Report – #20 UCLA at #3 Stanford, Fight For RPI Positioning

This article is the first of a two-part series of Scouting Reports that focus on one big match. Tonight’s match between #20 UCLA and #3 Stanford is the featured match.

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VolleyMob’s Coach of the Year Watchlist

As conference season winds down, Coach of the Year nominations are becoming more apparent. Check out VolleyMob’s Coach of the Year watchlist

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Scouting Report – #15 Oregon at #2 Stanford – Top 10 RPI Battle

This is the first of a two-part Scouting Report section that we like to feature prior to big matches during the week. Today’s SR focuses on #15 Oregon visiting #2 Stanford.

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Across The Net: Penn State’s Haleigh Washington

PSU middle blocker Haleigh Washington leads the nation in hitting percentage, but there is so much more to defend than just efficiency. VolleyMob checks in with opponents to find out what is on their scouting report regarding the nation’s best players in a new series called Across the Net.

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The 1,000 Kill/1,000 Dig Club: The Evolution of the 6-Rotation Player

Currently in Division I, there are 27 members of the club and six players are less than 100 digs away from joining the group. UT Arlington’s Qiana Canete has the most digs of the group at 1,518.


Stanford’s Kevin Hambly Strives to Teach, Manage Like Mentors

Hambly, who is in his first year with the Cardinal, says playing under coach Carl McGown and coaching with and under Dietre Collins and Don Hardin, set him up for his current role of running an elite Stanford program and managing talent. He talks all things Stanford and his road to get there in this Q&A.

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