Creighton’s Jaali Winters is the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week, while Georgetown’s Symone Speech takes home the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week. Seton Hall’s Eden Dolezal captures the BIG EAST Freshman of the Week honor.
Jaali Winters record setting performance highlighted #11 Creighton’s sweep over St. John’s. Seton Hall earned its first conference win with five-set victory over Providence.
Big East Roundup Oct. 5 Creighton stayed perfect in Big East play with a home sweep of Seton Hall, and…
13th-ranked Creighton came out on top against 17th-ranked Marquette in straight sets, while Providence outlasted DePaul in 5 sets. Following Big East opening week, Creighton and Georgetown remain undefeated, 2-0.
Taryn Kloth helped provide a punch from the outsides of #13 Creighton in leading to a sweep of #17 Marquette.
The No. 6 Illini recovered after dropping the opening set against No. 14 Creighton in the tournament finale, winning three straight sets to stay perfect on the season at 11-0.
The No. 6 Fighting Illini opened their home season with a sweep of Northern Iowa to stay perfect at 9-0. Meanwhile, the Panthers and Creighton each topped Lipscomb in sweeps to round out Day 1 of the tournament.
Creighton defeated Wichita State in four sets, claiming The Blue Jay Invitational title.
Nebraska kept its perfect series record against Creighton alive with a five-set comeback in Omaha on Thursday in front of an NCAA regular season record crowd of 14,022.