Louisville volleyball players competed against a pair of conference opponents this past week during action in the league tournament.
Still no five-set matches for Nebraska in its run through Big Ten competition, with Saturday's victory a sweep against Illinois.
Bergan volleyball secured a four-set win over Omaha Concordia 3-1 (21-25, 25-14, 25-19, 25-18) Thursday in their final regular season home game.
The Huskers had plenty of strong matches to go around, including Madi Kubik, who continues her red-hot start to the Big Ten season.
No. 3 Midland remained unbeaten inside the Wikert Event Center with a sweep of No. 15 Northwestern (27-25, 25-17, 25-18) Saturday.
NU finished with 10 serves, which made life tough on the Scarlet Knights' offense as the Huskers remained unbeaten in the league.
Bergan volleyball split its matches on the opening day of the Centennial Conference, beating Omaha Concordia in two sets before taking Class C…
The NU coach when asked why Lexi Sun isn't starting: "She hasn’t been one of the best two outside hitters in practice.”
Midland University dropped their second five-set match in as many outings since ascending to the No. 1 ranking on Wednesday as they fell to No…
WEEPING WATER – Elmwood-Murdock’s ability to command action at the net helped the Knights control the scoreboard against Weeping Water.
No. 1 Midland rode out a threat by Hastings to sweep the Broncos 25-20, 25-22, 25- 17 Wednesday night in Fremont.