Hailey Luke and Katie Horton (above) are one of three Florida State pairs still alive heading into championship Saturday at the 2018 U.S. Collegiate Beach Chamapionships.
The top pair in the country will be crowned on Saturday at the Bridgestone USA Volleyball Collegiate Beach Championships. The event will feature 32 women’s teams hailing from 18 schools and eight men’s teams.
NCAA Beach Championships Gulf Shores, Alabama May 4-6, 2018 Tournament Central Live Video; ESPN2 After besting Hawaii in a 3-2…
The top four seeds moved on in the winner’s bracket, dropping just one pairing of the 13 played to completion….
Senior Madeline Mertz and sophomore Kaylie McHugh were named among 48 American Volleyball Coaches Association Top Flight Award winners, the organization announced Thursday.
Florida State was the last team standing on Sunday as the Coastal Collegiate Sports Association beach season to a close…
The top four seeds in the championship advanced to Sunday’s semifinal round as No. 1 Florida State and No. 2 South Carolina each topped their groups and LSU and FIU earned runner-up spots.
Four teams emerged undefeated at the end of an exciting day at the Rally Volleyball Courts at LakePoint Sporting Community, site of the CCSA Beach Volleyball Championships: FIU, Florida State, LSU and South Carolina.
Ten student-athletes were named to the Coastal Collegiate Sports Association Beach Volleyball All-Academic Team on Wednesday.
UAB, Florida International and South Carolina each notched two selections, while Florida State’s Macy Jerger was named Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the second straight year.
LSU and Florida State move on in the elimination bracket of the NCAA Beach Tournament.