The quarterfinals for the Women’s NIVC are set after eight contests on Friday, including five set wins by Portland and UNLV. Action resumes Wednesday, Dec. 5.
Seven of the eight host institutions won, including two in five-sets on night one of the NIVC Tournament. In total, seven of the 16 matches went the distance.
Colorado State’s Katie Oleksak has been named MW Player of the Year, while Boise State’s Morgan Hughes and Jessica Donahue have been named MW Newcomer of the Year and Freshman of the Year, respectively. Colorado State’s Tom Hilbert earned MW Coach of the Year honors.
Colorado State def. UNLV 3-0 (25-17, 25-16, 25-20) Colorado State clinches Mountain West regular season title Colorado State moves to…
The top 2 teams in the Mountain West are streaking down the stretch and into a weekend meeting with conference title implications. Fresno State has won 4-straight matches, Colorado State has been victorious in 6 consecutive matchups.
Hannah Hill of Weber State is the most efficient hitter nationally for the second straight week, boasting a .458 effort….
With the end of the regular season fast approaching, the Fresno State Bulldogs are 8-1 in Mountain West play, remaining in first place. Play begins Tuesday with New Mexico facing UNLV. Five matches each follow on Thursday and Saturday.
After week 8, the midway point of some conference seasons, here’s a look at the NCAA Division I statistical leaders.
San Diego State is on a roll, notching its 5th win in a row Thursday night against New Mexico. Despite possessing a 6-14 record overall, the Aztecs have gone 4-3 since beginning conference action. Fresno State, Colorado State, Wyoming, San Jose State and Fresno State also played their way to conference wins.
UNLV has folllowed the nation’s top server Mariena Hayden to a 2.10 aces per set average to lead the team category. After seven weeks of play, here is a look at the NCAA Division I statistical rankings.