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This Week in the NCAA: Mary Wise reaches wins milestone

13 October 2017 Comments are off for this post.
This week we turn the spotlight on longtime Florida volleyball coach Mary Wise, who recently became the all-time winningest female coach in NCAA Division I volleyball history. Kevin Kugler has more on This Week in the NCAA.
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This Week in the NCAA: Volleyball championship and more

29 April 2016 Comments are off for this post.
SUNY-New Paltz captured its first-ever NCAA title this past week with a four-set victory over Springfield College in the Division III men’s volleyball championship. Kevin Kugler has details on that and on a pair of outstanding performances on the diamond.
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This Week in the NCAA: Beach volleyball added to NCAA

26 February 2016 Comments are off for this post.
In the latest installment, Kevin Kugler has all the information you need to know about the newest championship sport in the NCAA: women’s beach volleyball. He’s also joined by head coach Anna Collier of the preseason #1 team, the USC Trojans.
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This Week in the NCAA: Loyola volleyball goes back-to-back

15 May 2015 Comments are off for this post.
For the second straight year, the Ramblers of Loyola University in Chicago are the champions of NCAA men’s volleyball. A year ago, Loyola became the first team from the Central time zone to claim the title – and they did it in front of a partisan home crowd as hosts of…
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This Week in the NCAA: Lauren Haeger’s perfect start

01 May 2015 Comments are off for this post.
Florida’s Lauren Haeger is off to an amazing start and is a weekend away from completing a perfect regular season. The senior pitcher is an amazing 23-0 on the season heading into the Gators’ final series. Elsewhere, the Illinois baseball team is on a hot streak. The Fighting Illini were…
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This Week in the NCAA: Changes to the NIT; A new sport is added

20 February 2015 Comments are off for this post.
With the winter sports championships quickly approaching, there is some big news on the horizon that could affect the future of men’s basketball. The NIT next month will feature a pair of rules differences in an experimental trial. Most notably, the shot clock will be reduced from the current 35…
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