Volleyball setter named national player of the year

Senior Allison Zastrow committed to play volleyball at Washington University in part because of the program’s prestigious history. Four years later, the setter from Lincoln, Neb., has clinched a prominent spot in the program’s all-time ranks.

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Volleyball falls to Cal Lutheran in regional final

First it was No. 5 Christopher Newport University, falling in a surprise five-setter on Saturday afternoon, and then a nighttime flurry, as No. 4 Calvin College and No. 2 Emory University lost in quick succession.

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Group of death bodes tough NCAA challenge for volleyball

The Washington University volleyball team already has one title to their name this year, and the second—and bigger—trophy within reach is potentially just two weekends, and six tough tournament games, away.

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Volleyball stages dramatic comeback to win UAA title

As the pass from the back row floated near the net, senior Allison Zastrow stutter-stepped and bounced lightly toward it, surveying the court around her.

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Sheredy, Dupont eclipse 1,000 kills as volleyball downs Westminster

For two careers that have paralleled each other in so many ways, it seems fitting that junior outside hitter Rexi Sheredy and junior middle hitter Caroline Dupont would notch their greatest milestone to date in the same game.

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Volleyball falls to Emory in an inevitable 5 sets

Some things in life are certainties—death, taxes and a five-setter against Emory. This weekend was a painful remind of the latter for the Washington University volleyball team.

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Bears battle back against Carthage, keep winning streak intact

The Washington University volleyball team posted its best offensive performance in six years on Saturday, and in a weekend marred by defensive inconsistency, the Bears needed every kill.

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Volleyball sweeps weekend of conference play

By the rankings, the University Athletic Association has the deepest crop of volleyball teams in Division III. With four UAA teams ranked in the top 25 in the country this season, the most of any conference, gone are the days when Washington University could sweep through its conference schedule with ease.

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Volleyball downs No. 2 Calvin, finishes Emory Invite 3-1

In the end, it was the highest-ranked opponent that proved the easiest test for Washington University’s volleyball team. During a weekend that saw parity among the fraternity of top-ranked teams, No. 6 Wash. U. used a resounding three-set victory over No. 2 Calvin College to stake its claim as one of the country’s leading contenders for the Division III title.

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Volleyball find payback, escapes with four-win weekend

It wasn’t easy going, but the Washington University volleyball team survived an upset scare and maintained its perfect record through another weekend.

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