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For coaches accustomed to meticulously plotting every aspect of their program from practice drills to travel itineraries, it’s yet another round of revisions as they await an official spring timeline. Welcome to college volleyball in 2020 … and soon to be 2021, though nothing in college sports seems certain in the age of coronavirus.
It’s been a banner year for area volleyball, with Washington State in the top 20, Idaho and Whitworth chasing titles in their respective conferences and Community Colleges of Spokane closing in on an unbeaten regular season.
Washington State volleyball coach Jen Greeny can’t recall welcoming back a bigger group of experienced players in her eight years on the job.
Sarah Sharp finished with a match-high 17 kills and third-seeded Idaho opened the Big Sky Conference volleyball tournament Thursday with a 25-17, 25-18, 25-23 sweep of sixth-seeded Idaho State in Sacramento, California.
It took some searching to find the Idaho Vandals in the Big Sky Conference preseason volleyball poll.
Washington State climbed to the top of the Pac-12 volleyball standings in early October with a 5-0 record that included wins over three top 10 opponents.The Cougars have dropped five of their last seven and now sit in a tie for fifth place. The difference?
The University of Idaho volleyball team seems well positioned for its last run through the Western Athletic Conference and the beginning of another stint in the Big Sky Conference next season. The Vandals went 2-0 last week while receiving some unexpected help from New Mexico State, which dropped a pair of matches and slipped from first to third. Seattle University (10-14, 7-2 WAC) and Utah Valley (13-11, 7-2), which entertains Idaho on Thursday, are tied at the top, followed by New Mexico State (11-10, 6-2).