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The Ohio State women’s volleyball team keeps an eye on the ball at their game against Nebraska at St. John Arena on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. Credit: Erin Gottsacker | Miller Reporter The seniors on the Ohio State women’s volleyball team team (15-15, 8-11 Big Ten) have had nothing short of a […]
WEDNESDAY COLLEGE RESULTS/Ducks, Beavers both lose at home, look to Civil War volleyball match; in women’s basketball, OSU rolls, PSU falls The Beavers and Ducks enter Friday’s volleyball Civil War off losses on Wednesday to the Southern California schools. Oregon will visit Oregon State, hoping to put an end to a five-match skid during the […]
By Mirin Fader | Nov 21, 2017Special to espnW Courtesy Stanford Kathryn Plummer had a career-high 28 kills, including one on match point, in a five-set win over UCLA last week. Breathe. Believe. Battle. That’s Kathryn Plummer’s motto right now. “When you’re in times of stress or pressure, or you feel overwhelmed, that’s a good […]
The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) recently announced the 2017 regional award winners.
Several Williams Vikings volleyball players were recognized for their talents by the 1A Central Region. Destinee Pennington was selected as the Defensive Player of the […]
Jayden Kennedy’s mother played soccer at Durham College in Ontario, Canada. Kennedy’s father played basketball there before embarking on a professional career overseas. These are not surprising things to learn about Kennedy, the 6-foot-2 opposite hitter on USD’s ninth-ranked women’s volleyball team. Her journey, from an infant born with deformity that threatened her ability to […]