All-Big 12 Volleyball awards for the 2018 season were announced by the Conference office as Oklahoma, Texas and Texas Tech picked up individual accolades.
9th-ranked Texas remains alone at the top of Big 12 standings with an 8-1 record following a sweep on the road of Iowa State Wednesday. RV Baylor and Oklahoma are tied for third in the conference with 5-4 marks, also registering victories midweek.
Jada Burse led the way for the KU attack as they withstood a Texas comeback to score the upset and claim first in the Big 12.
6th-ranked Texas, Texas Tech and Kansas survived tight, 5-set matches to remain undefeated in Big 12 play Wednesday night. Oklahoma also downed Iowa State in 4 sets, halting its 9-mach skid against the Cyclones.
The match proved historic as senior outside hitter Alyssa Enneking earned her 1,000th career kill, becoming the 14th person in OU history to join the 1,000-kill club.
The Top 25 matchup between 6th-ranked Texas and 23rd-ranked Kansas State was all that and then some, as it took 5 sets for the Longhorns to earn the victory on the road. The surprise of the night came in Waco, Texas, as Texas Tech knocked off 12th-ranked Baylor for its first ranked win since 2012.
Stanford looks to claim the Pac-12 title once again in 2018.
Once again, Texas goes into a season as the favorites in the Big 12.
Micaya White is the 2018 Big 12 Preseason Player of the Year as she leads a list filled with Burnt Orange.
Former SMU setter Allison Hughes is headed to Oregon State as the team’s third transfer incoming and second at the setter spot.