BYU took out #5 USC and Syracuse on the same day while #22 Marquette upended #5 USC at home in the night cap.
UCLA’s Mac May, Washington State’s Claire Martin and USC’s Raquel Lazaro were tabbed as Pac-12 Offensive, Defensive and Freshman of the Week for their effort on Week 2.
MVP Khalia Lanier and trio of true freshmen highlight Bubly Invitational action in Gainesville, Fla., over the weekend.
Ranked programs played their way to victories Sunday in Bubly Invitational finale action. #7 USC swept past Louisville, while #3 Florida notched a 4-set victory over UCF.
After handing No. 3 Florida a four-set home loss, No. 7 USC looked to be in the driver’s seat for the Bubly Invitational title, but nobody told UCF that. The Knights posted their first win over a ranked foe since 2011, also a win over the Trojans.
Louisville started the Bubly Invitational with an sweep of UCF, but it was the nightcap between No. 7 USC and No. 3 Florida that lived up to the hype with the Trojans pulling up the road upset in four sets.
No. 7 USC takes its perfect 3-0 record on the road to face off with No. 3 Florida, UCF and Louisville at the Bubly Invitational in Gainesville, Florida.
A trio of Top 10 showdowns highlight the action this week, including what should be a highly competitive match between No. 2/2 Texas and No. 6/8 Wisconsin.
The Pac-12 Conference tabbed USC rookie Brooke Botkin as its Offensive Player of the Week, while Oregon State’s Grace Massey was named tops on defense and USC’s Raquel Lazaro was dubbed best rookie.
No. 20 Northern Iowa knocked off its second Top 20 foe of the weekend, taking out No. 8 Kentucky, but it was No. 10 USC that came through the Trojan Invitational with a perfect 3-0 record and the title.