The festivities kick off after the basketball doubleheader against Emory University concludes. At 3 p.m., the 2009 volleyball team will be presented with its championship rings and have its national championship banner unveiled.
Volleyball captures tenth national title in program history with a 3-1 victory over No. 1 Juniata College. Sophomore Lauren Budde was named the Most Outstanding Player.
No. 4 Washington University advances to national championship match against No. 1 Juniata College.
As the legacy of a pair of seniors on the Washington University women’s volleyball team draws near its close, this year’s team may be close to setting in place a legacy of its own.
The Washington University women’s volleyball team overcame something of a sluggish start to their weekend matches and won all three of their contests, taking the Washington University Invitational Tournament.
While the Washington University women’s volleyball team may be very young this year, senior co-captain Erin Albers has done a tremendous job leading the way. She paced the team with 33 kills at the University Athletic Association Round Robin in Rochester, N.Y. while racking up a .433 hitting percentage. Albers was named a UAA Athlete of the Week and is also Student Life’s Female Athlete of the Week.
As the Washington University women’s volleyball team moves through the year, much talk surrounds its upcoming season.
In the Sixth Annual Teri Clemens Invitational at the Field House, the Bears won the tournament by taking down three nationally ranked teams—two of which entered the weekend in the top six.
Going up against four of the nation’s premier teams, the Washington University women’s volleyball team stood their ground.
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