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Husky senior Bianca Rowland earned the top honor of her career today, as she was named to the All-America Second Team by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.
Trailing two sets to none on the home court of an energized Washington State squad, the Husky volleyball team saved a pair of match points and rallied all the way back to claim a 3-2 victory in the regular season finale.
Washington's back row specialists are led by returners Jenna Orladnini and Kelly Holford, who will be tasked with larger leadership roles this season.
It is no secret that the position with the most intrigue for the Huskies this year is the outside hitter spot. The group is young but dynamic and gaining experience every day.
First serve for the 2011 Washington volleyball season is at hand. The seventh-ranked Huskies have new faces but the same lofty goals. The season begins Friday at the Long Beach State Mizuno Invitational.
Two years ago, while leading the Colorado State Rams to an upset over the visiting Washington Huskies in the NCAA tournament, Evan Sanders probably did not think she was catching a glimpse of her future across the net.
The summer training period for the USA Women's National Team is now underway, and the roster is dominated by Husky alumni. Nearly a third of the 19 players in Anaheim are from Head Coach Jim McLaughlin's recent UW squads.
The Huskies opened spring practice on Saturday with a number of new Dawgs, but got right down to business with the focus and spirit that is the hallmark of the McLaughlin-led program.
Incoming Husky freshman Krista Vansant is the cover girl on this month's issue of Volleyball Magazine, the top magazine for the sport. Vansant is the headliner of the annual "Fab 50" list, which also includes Summer Ross.
Washington's three departed seniors are beginning the next phase of their playing careers together as part of the U.S. National Team's winter training block.
Throughout the fall, in what was a bumpier ride through the Pac-10 than the Husky volleyball team had been accustomed to, the fact that Seattle was one of four Regional sites continued to dangle like a carrot in front of the Dawgs.
Seniors Becky Perry and Kindra Carlson capped off stellar UW careers with All-America recognition today from the American Volleyball Coaches Association.
Senior outside hitter Kindra Carlson (Eaton, Colo.) of the Husky volleyball team is the Gohuskies.com Student-Athlete of the Week for Dec. 6-12.
The Husky volleyball team is one match away from the Final Four, as Washington toppled second-seeded Nebraska in four sets tonight in an absolute classic at Hec Ed Pavilion. UW will face Cal Saturday at 8:30 in the Regional Final.
Washington's top three attackers were each named to the All-Pacific Region Team today by the AVCA. Seniors Kindra Carlson and Becky Perry, and junior Bianca Rowland were each voted to the 14-person first team.
The Huskies are among 16 teams still vying for the National Championship, and look to take the next step at home this weekend. Nebraska, Cal, and Minnesota will join UW to fight for a Final Four spot.
Following sweeps of Sacred Heart and Auburn in the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, the No. 3 Nebraska volleyball team heads to Seattle, Wash., for regional play. The Huskers will meet the No. 10 Washington Huskies on Friday, Dec. 10 at 9 p.m. (CT) on...
The Husky volleyball team opened up its ninth straight trip to the NCAA Championships in the same fashion as the previous eight, with a victory in round one. Washington defeated Michigan in straight sets.
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