Michigan State caused chaos in the Week 6 VolleyMob Top 25 by taking down two top-five teams on the road in Big Ten play.
After most of their preseason was thwarted by Hurricane Irma, the Miami Hurricanes made their first appearance on the court since September 2 matter, taking down Virginia Tech to open up ACC play.
Louisville came back from a 2-1 set deficit to take down (RV) Notre Dame in their ACC opener.
Florida State downed Virginia in four sets to open up ACC play at home, with Milica Kubura leading the front with 20 kills and a .704 hitting clip.
Ball State (8-5) and Eastern Michigan ( 8-8) kick off Friday’s video slate, while five matches involving ranked teams follow throughout the night.
Ali Frantti logged 21 kills, 16 digs and six blocks last time Penn State and Nebraska met and will look for an encore between #2 and #14.
Marrisa Wonder (above) has set the Towson Tigers to a nation-leading 14-0 record so far this season.
After four weeks of non-conference competition, two tournaments, three matches affected by weather and six victories, the No. 19 Florida State volleyball team begins its ACC schedule this weekend, starting with Virginia and Virginia Tech.
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.
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.
#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.
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.
After the date for the matchup was postponed due to Hurricane Irma, the No. 19 Florida State volleyball team is set to take on the No. 3 Florida Gators on Tuesday (Sept. 19) at 6:00 pm for the Fresh From Florida Sunshine Showdown.
Notre Dame’s Sam Fry takes home week four’s ACC Volleyball Player of the Week Award behind a .510 hitting percentage.
BYU was among the biggest movers in the Top 25 this week, cracking the top 10 at No. 9, jumping five spots from No. 14.
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