Usually coming back from a two-set deficit against No. 13 Oregon would be surprising. But it’s just the same old story for the No. 10 Washington women’s volleyball team.
The No. 10 Washington women’s volleyball team has proven time and time again that it is fully capable of a comeback, winning its last four matches after facing a deficit. But after five first-set losses in a row, it’s time for Washington to f…
Once again opening with a worrisome first set, the No. 11 Washington team did exactly what it was trying to avoid in Sunday’s game against Arizona State.
Despite falling into another first set trap, the No.11 Washington volleyball team managed to win on the road Friday, pulling ahead in four-sets against Arizona.
If there’s one thing the No. 13 Washington women’s volleyball team seems to prove week after week, it’s that it’s not over until it’s over.
Following last Sunday’s loss to cross-state rival Washington State, head coach Keegan Cook and the Washington women’s volleyball team knew last season’s winning strategy was no longer working.
In the time that it took to complete the fourth set in Pullman on Sunday afternoon, the No. 6 Washington women’s volleyball team could have packed up and completed the cross-state drive back to Seattle.
After trading the first four sets with No. 15 Utah, the No. 6 Washington volleyball team was in for yet another five-set match, a theme that had become all too familiar for the Huskies as of late.
After an inconsistent match earlier Thursday morning, the No. 7 Washington volleyball team was nothing but consistent in a 3-0 (25-23, 25-17, 25-17) sweep of Fresno State in the evening at Alaska Airlines Arena.
In a closer than expected battle against Montana State, the No. 7 Washington volleyball team had its ups and downs in its home opener on Thursday afternoon inside Alaska Airlines Arena.
The UW announced Tuesday morning that spectators over the age of 12 attending athletic events on campus must provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of an event, beginning with the UW football game versus California on Sept. 25. Regardless of vaccination stat…