Representative from six teams and three conferences make up our first NCAA Dream Team as the best of the best during sub-regional play. UCLA put two players on the team: outside hitter Reily Buechler and setter Sarah Sponcil.
Veronica Jones-Perry’s 27 kills fueled a #13 BYU sweep of Oregon as the Cougars head to their sixth straight Sweet 16.
The 13th seeded BYU takes down American in three sets to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
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.
Kentucky snuck their way into the top-four of the NCAA Tournament by claiming the #4 seed in the tournament, kicking out co-Big Ten champions Nebraska.
The BYU Cougars outhit the LMU Lions .314 to .109 and outblocked them 12-5 in the regular-season ending sweep.
With one more win, Cougars will clinch at least a share of the WCC crown.
Cougars junior outside hitter Veronica Jones-Perry had a monstrous night as #9 BYU swept San Francisco to stick atop the WCC standings.
A strong performance from Veronica Jones-Perry gave BYU a convincing three-set win over Arizona State on the road.
#9 BYU used a block-party to sweep Pacific as they stay tied atop the WCC standings.