University Athletic Association play began on a high note for the No. 2 Washington University women’s volleyball team. The Bears continued their record-breaking start to the 2011 season, a perfect 17-0, by sweeping the first three teams on their UAA schedule at the Wash. U. Field House this past weekend.
Choosing this year’s best female athlete was tough, especially with all of Wash. U.’s All-American volleyball players and last season’s national championship basketball team. But with her consistent statistical NCAA dominance, volleyball superstar Marilee Fisher gets our nod.
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.
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.
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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