For Arizona volleyball, this week doubles as the first week of classes and competition. While the majority of students are concluding the week with imminent back-to-school parties on their minds, the volleyball team will be hard at work in Hawaii.
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Just as coaches in the Pacific 10 Conference picked Arizona volleyball to finish in the conference last preseason, the newly-formed Pac-12 again chose the Wildcats to place seventh in 2011.
The Arizona volleyball team has its season opener today at the Chevron Rainbow Wahine Invitational in Honolulu, where it will compete in a total of three matches through Sunday.
Both the Arizona volleyball team and their Sunday night opponents, the No. 10 University of Hawaii Warriors, were undefeated going into the finals last night at the Chevron Wahine Invitational in Honolulu. But in the end, the Wildcats couldn’t overcome the Warriors in their house, losing the match in three games, 12-25, 16-25 and 20-25.
After briefly talking with former Arizona volleyball setter Paige Weber, it’s easy to realize she’s outgoing, passionate and doesn’t take herself too seriously.
At the beginning of every volleyball season, schools from all over the country host invitational tournaments. Sending out countless invitations to fellow volleyball programs, hosts attempt to stack their guest lists with ample competition for tournament play. Arizona volleyball’s Wildcat Classic is no exception.
A trip to the dentist is sometimes unbearably painful, which is how UA volleyball head coach Dave Rubio described watching his volleyball team’s final match of this weekend’s Wildcat Classic.
The Arizona volleyball team dives into the unknown this weekend, taking on three teams it has never played before at the Evansville Dunn Hospitality Invitational in Evansville, Ind..
Undefeated at two invitationals in two weeks in a row, the Arizona volleyball team is gaining momentum for their upcoming conference play.
Her mom gave her an ultimatum. Cursty Jackson had to choose between volleyball and basketball.
If it were up to Dave Rubio, the Arizona volleyball team would be in the Southern Division of the Pac-12.
It’s conference time for the Arizona volleyball team, and the Wildcats are ready to take on the other 11 teams.
The Arizona volleyball team couldn’t swim well in the Ducks’ pond, falling to Oregon on Friday before taking charge and rebounding Saturday against the Beavers.
Prior to last weekend, Arizona volleyball’s selfless setter Chloe Mathis had been struggling with the transition from a club all-star to a collegiate-level freshman.
There will be no room for errors tonight when the Arizona volleyball team takes on the No. 4 Washington Huskies in McKale Center at 7.
The Arizona volleyball team had its second consecutive split this weekend at McKale Center, beating the Washington State Cougars yesterday after falling to No. 4 Washington on Friday.
After months of separation and thousands of miles between them, volleyball senior Marketa Hanzlova was finally reunited with her mom.
The Arizona volleyball team is heading into the upper tier of the Pac-12 this weekend.
Arizona volleyball head coach Dave Rubio spent a lot of time watching film this week, trying to find weaknesses for both No. 4 California and No. 6 Stanford.
Inconsistency was the reason behind both of Arizona’s (10-5, 2-4) losses to No. 6 Stanford 3-1 (25-21, 23-25, 25-15, 25-18) and No. 4 California 3-0 (25-21, 25-19, 25-21) this weekend in the Bay Area.