Conference USA

Southern Miss Adds McCall, Lang to New Staff

North Alabama assistant coach Jennifer McCall and graduate assistant Peyton Lang are following their boss Stephanie Radecki from Florence, Alabama, to Hattiesburg, Mississippi, as both were named assistant coaches at Southern Miss on Wednesday.

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Katy, Texas Native Gurnell Named Assistant at North Texas

Carrie Gurnell is the newest addition to the Mean Green women’s volleyball staff, as the Katy, Texas, native was named an assistant coach on Wednesday.

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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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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.

Marshall’s 2017 Blocks Leader Addisyn Rowe No Longer on Roster

Marshall’s 2017 block leader, Addisyn Rowe, is no longer on the team’s roster, appearing to be focused on her track & field career.

Stephanie Radecki Picked to Lead Southern Miss Indoor, Beach Programs

After 14 seasons at Northern Alabama, Stephanie Radecki is moving west to take over the Southern Miss indoor and beach volleyball programs.

Torrance, Calif., Native Gina Cortesi Transfers to UC San Diego

UC San Diego will welcome 6-1 outside hitter Gina Cortesi to its roster this spring as the Torrance, California, native transfers in from Louisiana Tech.

Panola College Transfer Kaitlyn Adams Commits to Louisiana Tech

Panola College star Kaitlyn Adams has committed to Louisiana Tech for 2018.

South Florida Lands Marshall Transfer Jac’cara Walker

Marshall’s 2017 kill-leader Jac’cara Walker is transferring to South Florida for 2018.

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2017 Women’s VolleyMob Full Awards List (All-Americans and More)

2017 VolleyMob Compiled Awards List (featuring a three-team list + honorable mention All-Americans and yearly awards)

Kelly Hunter Claims 2017 VolleyMob Women’s National Player of the Year

Two-time National Champion Kelly Hunter of Nebraska takes home the 2017 VolleyMob National Player of the Year award.

Mary Wise Wins 2017 VolleyMob Women’s National Coach of the Year

After pushing Florida to the National Championship match, Mary Wise has been honored as the 2017 VolleyMob Women’s National Coach of the Year.

2017 Women’s VolleyMob All-America First Team: Plummer Leads the Way

Stanford’s Kathryn Plummer leads the 2017 VolleyMob All-America First Team filled with Final Four participants and a freshman.

Rettke Becomes Lone Freshman on 2017 Women’s VolleyMob All-America Second Team

Wisconsin middle blocker Dana Rettke becomes one of two freshman on any of VolleyMob’s All-American Teams. 2017 Women’s VolleyMob All-America Third Team:

2017 Women’s VolleyMob All-America 3rd Team: Foecke Leads 5 B1G Players in the Group

Mikaela Foecke leads a group of five Big Ten players on the 2017 VolleyMob All-America Third Team.

USF Adds Marshall Transfer Jac’Cara Walker

Gainesville, Florida, native Jac’Cara Walker is returning to the sunshine state after sending two years at Marshall University. The 5-foot-9 outside hitter is transferring to USF for the 2018 season.

Nebraska Sits Atop Most Important VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings (2017 Final)

Nebraska never reached #1 in the rankings until this week, but that’s the best time to do it in 2017’s Final VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings.

AVCA Announces All-America Honorees

Eleven schools were represented on the 14 member first team All-America team with Stanford earning three honors and Penn State notching two. Wisconsin’s Dana Rettke was named AVCA Freshman of the Year.

USC Impresses During Regional Weekend; VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings (Week 17)

After coming a point away from a Final Four, USC impressed in Regional weekend to gain traction in the penultimate VolleyMob Top 25 Power Rankings.