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2020 OH/RS Taylor Landfair Commits to Minnesota

6’4″ OH/RS Taylor Landfair has committed to Minnesota as part of the class of 2020.

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Two-Sport Star Kieffer-Wright Earns Big Ten Track Honors for Michigan

Claire Kieffer-Wright, a four-year letterwinner at middle blocker for the Michigan volleyball team, was this week’s Big Ten Field Athlete of the Week for her efforts as a high jumper on the Wolverine track team.

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Penn State Promotes Dennis Hohenshelt To Assistant Coach

Penn State has announced the promotion of Dennis Hohenshelt from volunteer assistant to assistant coach today. 

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Grand Canyon Adds Rutgers Transfer Meme Fletcher

Rutgers transfer Meme Fletcher is headed to Grand Canyon for her final season in 2018.

Stephanie Lynch Inducted Into Purdue Athletics Hall of Fame

Purdue volleyball alum Stephanie (Lynch) Harpeneau has been inducted into the university’s Purdue Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame. This is the…

Crouch Adds Two Trojan Alumni to His USC Staff

Alex Dunphy, a member of USC’s 2003 NCAA champion team, and JJ Van Niel, who has spent the last three seasons at Utah, will round out newly-minted coach Brent Crouch’s staff.

6’3″ MB/RS Katarina Glavinic Transfers to Michigan From Seattle

Former Seattle MB/RS Katarina Glavinic transfers to Michigan for 2018.

Wisconsin, Marquette Cancel Spring Matches At Rick Butler’s Facility

Following a lifetime ban by USA Volleyball, at least three sports groups have announced they would cancel events at facilities that Rick Butler owned and operated. 

NCAA Women’s/Beach 2018 Transfer Update (Feb. 5)

Check out all of the latest transfer additions in NCAA Women’s & Beach volleyball with our updated list of stories and players on the move.

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Class of 2021 DS/L Sydney Dennis Commits to Iowa

Class of 2021 DS/L Sydney Dennis has committed to Iowa.

NCAA Champion Katie Schumacher Returns to Penn State as Coach

Penn State is expected to announce shortly the hiring of alumna Katie Schumacher-Cawley as its new assistant coach, where she will…

Stanford, Florida Continue Big Years with Super Bowl Representation

As the attention of the nation turns to the gridiron for Sunday’s Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis, it is no surprise this year’s volleyball Final Four schools once again find themselves in the national spotlight.

Maryland’s Adam Hughes Ready For Any Challenge Faced With

Maryland is back for the spring and ready to get started under their new head coach, Adam Hughes. 

USOC Selects Investigator To Examine Larry Nassar’s Abuse Of Athletes

A special committee of directors for the United States Olympic Committee has hired outside counsel Ropes & Gray LLP to conduct an independent investigation into the decades-long abuse by Larry Nassar to determine when individuals affiliated with USA Gymnastics or the USOC first became aware of any evidence of Nassar’s abuse of athletes, what that evidence was and what they did with it.

My Journey to the Beach: Chloe Reinig

In this first edition of My Journey To The Beach, Michigan State star Chloe Reinig shares about how she chose her new home at Loyola Marymount, the move from Michigan and her first steps as a beach player.

Several Freshmen Join New Teams for Spring Semester

In a developing trend in college volleyball, 33 incoming freshmen have joined their new teams this spring to get a jump on preparations for their upcoming careers.

Honda Award Winner, Washington Alum Krista Vansant Joins IU Staff

Newly-minted Indiana head coach Steve Aird has announced the first addition to his coaching staff, assistant coach Krista Vansant, who comes to Bloomington from her alma mater Washington, where she was two-time national player of the year.

Jessica Williams Returns To Wisconsin As Director Of Operations

University of Wisconsin head volleyball coach Kelly Sheffield has announced that Jessica (Yanz) Williams is returning to the Badgers as the director of operations.

MacDonald Wraps Up Wisconsin Career With Injury-Prompted Retirement

After playing in 96 matches over a three-year career, many while in excruciating pain, Wisconsin defensive specialist Amber MacDonald is hanging up her jersey.