Arizona volleyball split its games with California and No. 12 Stanford in McKale Center over the weekend. The Wildcats surpassed the Golden Bears three sets to one on Friday (19-25, 25-23, 27-25, 25-19), but No. 12 Stanford swept Arizona on Sunday (25-19, 25-23, 25-18).
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As the Arizona women’s volleyball season comes down to its final weeks, head coach David Rubio and his senior leaders look to finish on a high note in the Bay area following a sweep in Washington.
For the first time this season, Arizona women’s volleyball checked into the AVCA Top 25. The Wildcats are 16-10 overall, with an 8-6 Pac-12 Conference record, putting them at 25th in the nation.
Friday night was special for Arizona volleyball. The Wildcats swept No. 9 UCLA at home on a night of celebration for head coach Dave Rubio’s 25 years of coaching. Arizona went undefeated against USC and UCLA at home and on the road for the first time in school history.
At the halfway point of an up-and-down season, Arizona women’s volleyball looks to flip the script this weekend in Oregon after three consecutive losses.
After a two-game skid with loses to California and Washington State, Arizona women’s volleyball was desperate for a win against Washington at home on Sunday, but couldn’t overcome the No. 7 Huskies and suffered its third defeat in a row.
After three straight victories against ranked teams, Arizona volleyball couldn’t find any momentum to carry it to a win against No. 18 Washington State on Friday night. The Wildcats were swept by the Cougars 3-0 in McKale Center, putting them behind in a competitive Pac-12 Conference.
The Arizona women’s volleyball team will return to McKale Center this weekend after a historic two-week road trip nearly sweeping all four of the California schools.
The Arizona Wildcats volleyball team has been on a roll, defeating three straight ranked teams heading into Sunday's matchup with California. The Golden Bears, however, put a halt to Arizona's winning streak in five sets, winning 3-2.
Arizona women’s volleyball finally pushed passed its inability to defeat ranked teams with a sweep of No. 22 USC and No. 18 UCLA last week. Now, the Wildcats look to keep the streak going as they head to Northern California to face No. 12 Stanford and unranked California.
The Arizona volleyball team took the court on Friday night in Los Angeles and stunned the No. 22-ranked USC Trojans in three sets marking its first victory over a ranked team this season.
Arizona women’s volleyball has a tough weekend in front of them, facing two ranked division foes. The Wildcats are traveling to Los Angeles to play USC on Friday and UCLA on Sunday.
Arizona women’s volleyball started October with a pink out at home against No. 21 Oregon. The Ducks took the match in four sets, handing Arizona its first home loss this season.
Arizona women’s volleyball is back in action this week to host two Pac-12 North teams, Oregon State and Oregon.
Arizona came out in dressed in white Wednesday night to host a blacked out ASU team in the first conference game of the season. The Wildcats were without one of their leaders, outside hitter Kalei Mau, who’s suffering from a back injury, but prevailed over their rivals in a 3-1 victory.
Arizona volleyball began its final non-conference tournament of the year Friday against Northern Kentucky in the Butler Invitational in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Norse came into the match with a winning record, but they crumbled against Arizona’s offense in a three set sweep.
Arizona will finish its non-conference schedule this weekend at the Butler Invitational in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Arizona volleyball seemed mesmerized in the Land of Enchantment by its first opponent, Texas A&M, and was swept in three sets at the Borderland Invitational in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Arizona volleyball made a quick turnaround last week, going from getting completely swept in Hawaii to undefeated at home. The team improved their record to .500 through a three game winning streak, and look to continue their success into this weekend’s Borderland Invitational in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
When it comes to being a Wildcat for life, Arizona women’s volleyball’s Jade Turner epitomizes the impact an alma mater can have on a family for generations.