Coaching legends and Oklahoma natives bring familiarity to NCAA semifinals

Ten-year trend Might the numbers be aligned for Stanford in 2014? The Cardinal lost a five-set thriller to Pac-12 rival UCLA in the 1984 NCAA Championship. Ten years later, in 1994, Stanford finished a 32-1 campaign with a victory against UCLA in the NCAA title match. Marnie Triefenbach and Kristin Folkl combined for 48 kills…

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NCAA Volleyball: OKC Welcomes the Usual Suspects, Plus BYU

BY-Who? Well, someone had to crash this party, and why not the Cougars? After a weekend in which we said goodbye to the college careers of some fantastic seniors, all of whom had eyes on Oklahoma City, three of the usual suspects are back into the NCAA Division I Volleyball Championships. Texas plays the aforementioned…

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NCAA Men’s Volleyball: Scholarship Woes and the Final 6 Championships

On the men’s side of the spectrum, NCAA Division I football has 85 scholarships. Basketball has 13 scholarships. Lacrosse 12.6. Track and Field 12.6. Wrestling 9.9. Volleyball… 4.5. Why so little?   What’s been happening to smaller men’s sports looks all too familiar. But no one wants opportunities taken away from young athletes. In the…

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The 3rd Collegiate Sand Volleyball Season

The 3rd Collegiate Sand Volleyball Season will begin this coming weekend. This will be the first year with over 40 schools (and counting) participating in the sand season. The American Volleyball Coaches Association will be hosting the third AVCA Championships this May 2-4, as the NCAA will start planning to transition sand volleyball from an emerging…

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Season Three

Forty-one teams (and counting) will hit the sand this spring for the third season of the fastest-growing NCAA emerging sport ever – sand volleyball.

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