Thirty-seven Atlantic Coast Conference student-athletes were selected to the 2017 All-ACC Academic Volleyball Team, headlined by Miami’s Olga Strantzali, the 2017 ACC Volleyball Scholar-Athlete of the Year, as announced today by the league office.
Senior outside hitter Alyssa Cavanaugh led the way for WKU with 18 kills, while senior right side Sydney Engle turned in a 11-kill, 13 dig double-double in WKU’s sweep of Notre Dame.
Kentucky comes into the first round of the tournament as the unexpected #4 seed in the tournament while they have an easier than normal first two rounds they will see some struggles later on.
Notre Dame upsets N.C. State despite a rally scoring record 106 digs from the Wolfpack
There are only currently six active members of the 1,000 kill/500 block club, but that group is set to grow by at least one during Week 13 action with Michigan State’s Alyssa Garvelink just 10 kills away.
Double double from Stephanie Williams leads Pittsburgh to road sweep of Notre Dame.
(RV) Louisville earned a hard-fought road win in the ACC with a five-set victory over host (RV) Notre Dame.
Fifteen players joined the 1,000 kill club during week nine, including Penn State’s Haleigh Washington, Florida’s Carli Snyder and Cal Poly’s Adlee Van Winden.
Down two sets, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish (RV) stormed back to defeat the Miami Hurricanes in five sets.
(RV) Notre Dame defeated Virginia Tech on the road 3-1 behind strong defense.