Taking place in Claremont, Calif. this past weekend, the East-West Challenge pitted Wash. U. against three ranked teams, including the defending national champions, Claremont Mudd Scripps.
It’s been six years since the Washington University volleyball team last made it to the NCAA tournament’s final weekend. Six years, 161 wins, 7,227 kills and five unsuccessful postseason runs; all in search of an 11th championship banner to hang from the Field House rafters.
Trailing 16-21 in the second set against No. 6 Juniata College, the No. 8 Washington University volleyball team was in danger of dropping its second match of the day after losing to No. 9 Elmhurst hours earlier on Friday at the Elmhurst Invite III.
Fitting for the Halloween Invitational, the top-ranked Washington University volleyball team encountered several scares en route to winning the tournament. The first fright, Friday night’s match against No.
Records have started to fall for the Washington University women’s volleyball squad as it keeps going on its impressive run to begin the 2011 season. The No. 2 Bears went to Colorado Springs, Colo., and swept all four teams in the Molten Colorado College Invitational, including a win against longtime rival No. 9 Juniata College on Friday night.
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.
Missouri Sports Hall of Fame honors two Wash. U. programs The 2009 men’s basketball and women’s volleyball teams were both selected for Missouri Sports Hall of Fame achievement awards. The teams will be honored and presented with a plaque at an enshrinement ceremony on Jan. 31 in Springfield, Mo. Men’s basketball won the second of […]
No. 4 Washington University advances to national championship match against No. 1 Juniata College.
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.
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