Towson improved on its school-record start (15-0) with a 3-1 win over Elon in their CAA opener.
Even without All-American setter Lydia Dimke in the lineup, No. 13 Creighton managed to keep its Big East win streak alive at 25 regular season matches with a four-set win over Georgetown on Friday.
Alyssa Cavanaugh posted 26 kills as Western Kentucky survived Florida Atlantic’s upset bid in five sets.
(RV) Wichita State took down Temple 3-1 in their first ever-AAC match behind Mikaela Raudsepp’s 23 kills.
The Illini hold a 56-29 advantage in the all-time series with the Wildcats and have won five-straight, including taking both meetings in straight-sets a season ago.
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.
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In Colorado State’s sweep over New Mexico, senior Jasmine Hanna hit a career milestone by posting her 1,000th kill.
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.
Kristen Gengerbacher records her third double-double of the season as #25 San Diego holds off San Francisco 3-1
In Bowling Green State’s comeback win over Seton Hall, the team’s junior libero, Kallie Seimet (#6, left) set a program record with 44 digs in the five-set win.
In their Big West opener, the Colorado State Rams hit .337 as a team on their way to a straight-set triumph over visiting New Mexico.
Over the last two decades the Ohio Bobcats have been known as the class of the Mid-American Conference in volleyball, but the University at Buffalo volleyball team defeated the Bobcats for just the second time since 1999 with a 3-1 victory Friday night at Alumni Arena in the Mid-American Conference opener for both teams.
Idaho volleyball opened the Big Sky Conference season with a convincing sweep of the Montana State Bobcats on Thursday.
Marrisa Wonder (above) has set the Towson Tigers to a nation-leading 14-0 record so far this season.
Trailing 2-1 to UNLV entering the fourth set, the University of Wyoming volleyball team rallied to win the final two sets to begin Mountain West play on Thursday night.
McKenna Miller (#14 pictured in the middle) looks to help #10 BYU avoid an upset as Santa Clara did to #8 Kansas last week; Sep. 21 Preview
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