BYU enters into the Week 5 VolleyMob Top 25 after nine ranked teams lost this week as the top-six remains unchanged.
2016 First-Team All-American Ebony Nwanebu has struggled to find playing time of late on a deep Texas front line.
#6 Texas looks to bounce back from its loss to Minnesota with the Lone Star Showdown in College Station against Texas A&M.
Missouri State’s Lily Johnson had an all-around amazing weekend for her team, racking up 4.45 kills per set and 4.45 digs per set.
Senior outside hitter Madison Rigdon earned the third straight Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week for Kansas.
Florida Stays on Top of the Week Four VolleyMob Top 25 after sitting out due to Hurricane Irma.
Freshman opposite Stephanie Samedy downed 22 kills, while hitting at a team-best .308 clip and just missing a double double with nine digs, lifting No. 3 Minnesota to a four-set win over No. 4 Texas on Friday.
#3 Minnesota tests their undefeated record in Austin against #4 Texas on a day filled with top-25 action and highly-ranked clashes.
#10 Oregon faces an upstart Cal Poly team looking to move up from on the edge to inside the VolleyMob Top 25.
#9 Kansas got the week started for Top-25 teams with a 3-0 win over #14 Kentucky as it kick-starts a week featuring 75 matches with a ranked/receiving votes team in action.