The VolleyMob #1 ranked Florida downs #22 Florida State in straight sets, holding their opponents to a low .106 hitting clip, the first time they have held a ranked opponent so low since against #19 Santa Clara 2007.
Senior outside Raeann Griesen led the Cal Poly offense as the Mustangs defeated UC-Davis 3-0 in the opening match of Big West play.
Maryland head coach Steve Aird has led a resurgence of Maryland volleyball since taking over as head coach in Jan. 2014.
The AVCA has announced SIUE’s Taylor Joens as this week’s AVCA Division I Player of the Week, after helping her team to 3-0 weekend at the Cougar Invite Presented by DoubleTree Hotels.
Two-time defending league champion No. 7 WASHINGTON opens its title defense on the road at WASHINGTON STATE.
Colorado outside hitter Alexa Smith is this week’s VolleyMob National Player of the Week after an outstanding all-around effort in wins over Xavier and No. 18 Colorado State.
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The Utes closed out non-conference play going 9-2 overall. Utah’s only losses came to a pair of top-15 ranked squads, and both losses went five sets.
Missouri State’s Lily Johnson broke the school’s all-time career kills record in the team’s tough five-set loss to Illinois.
#1 Florida hosts #22 Florida State in a rematch of a Seminoles’ upset at the 2016 NCAA Tournament second round.
Arkansas’ Pilar Victoria continues to lead the nation in kills and points per set; Penn State is back on top in hitting percentage and Notre Dame’s Ryann DeJarld paces the country in digs per set.
Offensive Player of the Week Allie Barber led the league in kills per set (4.80) and points per set (5.40) en route to a 2-1 week for Marquette which included straight set wins over Milwaukee and Southern Mississippi and a four-set loss to then-No. 5 Wisconsin.
No. 24 Michigan has the toughest slate on Week 1 of conference play, facing off with undefeated and Top 5 ranked foes in No. 3 Minnesota and No. 4 Wisconsin on the road.
The top-four teams in the AVCA Division II Coaches Poll rankings did not change over the past week, with Southwest Minnesota State staying at number one and receiving 47 of the first place votes ahead of Concordia-St. Paul who received one.
The No. 21-ranked USC women’s volleyball team (8-3) opens league play on the road against crosstown rival No. 11 UCLA (7-2) on Wednesday, Sept. 20.
After four weeks of tournament play, the Toledo volleyball team has its first conference matches of the season this week with trips to Central Michigan and Eastern Michigan on the docket.
It’s Big Ten Conference time for the Ohio State women’s volleyball team.
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