The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel has approved an experimental rule which will allow the Southeastern Conference (SEC) to use a third…
The NCAA Beach Championships field will be announced at 7 p.m. ET tonight (April 29) live on NCAA.com. Ahead of the announcement, VolleyMob checked in with NCAA Director of Championships and Alliances Kristin Fasbender to get the ins and outs of the selection process, including its regional nature, the criteria for selection and more. Our conversation with her is below, but first, some basics.
The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel has approved a number of rules changes for the 2018 season, including challenge rules, libero jerseys and intermission.
The NCAA Women’s Volleyball Rules Committee has recommended a change to the challenge system used for next season – combine the in/out and touch call.
NCAA Women’s Beach Volleyball will have a television host for their championships, as the NCAA and ESPN have come to a multi-year agreement to telecast the championships.
Over the past 17 season in the NCAA, only six titles have gone to the #1 overall seed in the tournament, with underdog teams coming alive late in the tournament to claim the championship.
The Elite Eight for the NCAA Division II Tournament have been set, as the teams were reseeded following the regional round matches.
The past eight years have shown that volleyball is a momentum game and rankings don’t necessarily show off a team’s overall worth.
Today is a big day for a number of prospective collegiate volleyball athletes, as it is the first day players can sign their early period National Letters of Intent for their programs in the NCAA.
The end of the season for Division III is coming to a close, with the NCAA laying out the field for the 2017 Championships.