Tag: Women’s Volleyball
The Washington University volleyball team will host “Dig for Pink” this weekend to benefit the Siteman Cancer Center on Friday Oct. 5. “We’re trying to raise awareness and donations to go toward breast cancer research,” sophomore Lindsay Juriga said. “We’ll be doing raffling. The joint concessions will be donated toward us.
Student Life Sports launches a new series, Bear Basics, where athletes teach a reporter a special skill associated with their sport. In this video, Washington University volleyball star Meghan Byrne demonstrates her signature jump-serve for senior sports editor Sahil Patel and gives him some coaching tips for improvement.
With the regular season successes of the Washington University volleyball, cross country and men’s and women’s soccer teams, a postseason berth was essentially a foregone conclusion for all four teams.
Before Saturday’s University Athletic Association championship game, the No. 3 Washington University women’s volleyball team had lost only five sets out of 100 this season. Three of them came against No. 2 Emory, which dealt Wash. U. its lone defeat on Oct. 16.
Before Saturday’s UAA championship game, the No. 3 Washington University women’s volleyball team had lost only five sets out of 100 on the season. Three of them came against No. 2 Emory, which dealt Wash. U. its lone defeat on Oct. 16. For the first two sets Saturday in New York, the Bears’ frustrations against their league rival continued. But Wash. U.
It’s been 14 years since the Washington University women’s volleyball team won back-to-back national championships. Coming home for the finals, the Bears have a chance to bring that streak to an end.
The top ranked Washington University women’s volleyball team fell to arch-rival and No. 3 Emory University in the University Athletic Association Championships for the second consecutive year.
After a thrilling, come-from-behind five-set victory against rival No. 2 Emory on Saturday, the top-ranked Washington University volleyball team looked to be in the clear for the rest of the weekend.
Taking its show on the road to University Athletic Association Round Robin #1 in Atlanta, Ga., the Washington University women’s volleyball team began conference play this past weekend by sweeping Brandeis University 3-0 on Saturday and defeating the University of Rochester 3-1 and No. 19 University of Chicago 3-2 on Sunday.
The tradition of excellent matches between the Washington University women’s volleyball team and Juniata College continued this weekend – and the recent trend of the Bears coming out on top stayed intact as well.