Senior Madeline Mertz and sophomore Kaylie McHugh were named among 48 American Volleyball Coaches Association Top Flight Award winners, the organization announced Thursday.
Senior Madeline Mertz recorded the 100th win of her career in the first day at the CCSA Championship, becoming just the second athlete in program history to achieve the feat.
No. 9 South Carolina and No. 17 Stetson each picked up a pair of wins in Friday’s Top 20 action. The Gamecocks bested No. 19 Tulane and Coastal Carolina at their own Palmetto Invitational, while the Hatters extended their current win streak to four matches with a pair of ASUN victories over Jacksonville and North Florida.
No. 1 UCLA bested No. 4 USC and No. 6 Long Beach State at home, while No. 17 Stetson swept FGSU and No. 19 Tulane took two from Louisiana Monroe in Wednesday’s beach action.
The No. 18 Tulane beach volleyball team looks to build on last weekend’s successful season opener, traveling to Stanford, California this weekend to compete in the Stanford Invitational.
The Green Wave begin the 2018 regular season this weekend at the Fight in the Fort in Fort Worth, Texas, facing host #14 TCU and Arizona State at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday, respectively, before playing #8 Cal Poly at 10 a.m. Sunday.
Tulane beach volleyball Head Coach Wayne Holly announced Monday the addition of Ali Wood Lamberson to the staff as a volunteer assistant coach.
Tulane beach volleyball continues its fall preseason Sunday as it hosts the Green Wave Fall Invitational at White Sands Volleyball Courts.
Tulane beach volleyball wrapped up the winningest season in program history on Saturday afternoon at the UNO Beach Courts, adding…
With the start of the 2017 beach volleyball season just over a week away, the Coastal Collegiate Sports Association has…