After suffering a back injury in the offseason, South Carolina’s Courtney Furlong thought her volleyball playing days were over, but now she is back on the court to help her teammates make a run at the NCAA Tournament.
It was a big week in the Top 25 as conference play shook up the rankings and brought some major upsets with possible postseason implications.
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.
Arkansas was 1 set away from beating Florida for what would have been the 4th time ever.
No. 11 Kentucky hit at a .524 clip as a team in a home sweep of LSU to move to 2-0 in SEC play.
#5 Stanford has an early Pac-12 season road test as they face an upstart #20 Colorado team in Boulder.
South Carolina head coach Scott Swanson had to wait it out as his team fought for a five-set SEC opening win over Mississippi State, but once it was over the coach could rest in his 100th win with the Gamecocks.
Georgia earned a sweep of Alabama to start 2017 SEC on the right foot and match their 2016 conference win total.
South Carolina volleyball opened the SEC season with a 3-2 win at Mississippi State (9-7)Friday night, 19-25, 25-17, 26-24, 22-25, 15-6. Gamecock head coach Scott Swanson earned his 100th win at the helm of the program, and the team opened the conference slate with a road win for the first time since 2003.
LSU assistant volleyball coach Sarah Rumely, who was hired in February, was inducted into the University of Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame Friday evening.
Now in her 27th season with Florida, the Gator’s head coach, Mary Wise has now surpassed the 800 win mark with one school.
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.
Marrisa Wonder (above) has set the Towson Tigers to a nation-leading 14-0 record so far this season.
The South Carolina volleyball program kicks off the SEC season Friday night, when it take on Mississippi State in Starkville.
After finishing up the non-conference schedule with a 9-2 mark, the best start to a season since 2013, the LSU volleyball team opens up SEC play Friday at 7 p.m. against Texas A&M in the Maravich Center.
Arkansas swept Tennessee in their SEC opener behind the play of Puerto Rico native Pilar Victoria and her 17 kills.
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