Discover the current NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball leaders in every stats category, as well as historic leaders.
Discover the current NCAA Division II Women's Volleyball leaders in every stats category, as well as historic leaders.
October 10, 2021 – By NJP Here are the overall dig leaders for the Girl’s high school volleyball season so far this season as of October 10th…
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Kylie Murr, digging here against Rutgers last Saturday, and her teammates play at Wisconsin on Friday night:OSU photo Eighteen of the AVCA Top 25 teams are in action Saturday in NCAA Division I women’s volleyball as conferences hit the midway point of the 2021 fall season. Both ranked ACC teams ...
Jessica Rieble, UCSD. .399. Alexis Cardoza, CSUSB. 4.54. Brooke Ono, CHICO. 10.61. 2018. Sascha Dominique, CSUSB. .411.
Check out the country’s individual and team statistical leaders in NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball for this week. [Editor’s note: Stats are compiled by the NCAA and through Jan. 27] Kills per game average. 1. Angelos Mandilaris, Barton — 5.50 2. Tristan Santoyo, Queens — 4.65 3. Jon Biedrich, Purdue Fort Wayne — 4.60 4.
Rarely do teams rank among the leaders in both blocks and digs. Either the team is blocking the ball down at the net for a point (and is awarded a block) or the team is digging up an attacked ball (for a dig). Be aware that often coaches count many more blocks for their player performance purposes than are actual statistical blocks.
CAL STATE SAN BERNARDINO: The Coyotes, who are No. 11 in last week's AVCA/NCAA Division II Top 25 Poll, are 15-3 overall and 10-0 in the CCAA. They captured the 2019 NCAA Division II Volleyball Championship. Alexis Cardoza leads the way for the Coyotes with her 258 kills while Asia Clarke has 200 digs and Marlee Nunley has 729 assists.