The MSU volleyball team's 2017 schedule is set. Of the eight Big Ten teams to reach the NCAA Tournament, the Spartans are schedule to take them on a total of 12 times in 2017.
For one last time as a Spartan, Allyssah Fitterer of MSU volleyball and Joe Cox of MSU hockey earned an accolade for their stellar senior seasons.
MSU volleyball's Autumn Bailey was selected to the Big Ten Foreign Tour Team, as one of 14 players around the conference chosen.
The American Volleyball Coaches Association, or AVCA, has named MSU volleyball head coach Cathy George to its Board of Directors.
On Wednesday, the MSU volleyball team announced it will be sending five of its players to the U.S. Women's Open National Tryouts this weekend at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, according to a press release.
Since 2000, MSU has partnered with Auto-Owners Insurance and together they awarded numerous student-athletes the Auto-Owners Champions in the Classroom award.
On Jan. 8, the MSU Volleyball team held its annual brunch banquet to celebrate the season. In 2016, the Spartans had one the best seasons in program history, finishing off with an overall record on 25-9 and 13-7 during Big Ten conference play.
Following the upset loss to Arizona in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, the MSU volleyball team announced Tuesday juniors Alyssa Garvelink and Autumn Bailey have been selected to the American Volleyball Coaches Association, AVCA, All-North team, and senior Alyssa Fitterer was an honorable mention pick, according to a press release.
It was all about redemption for No. 15 MSU Volleyball when playing their Pac- 12 opponent, the University of Arizona.
All eyes were on Jenison Fieldhouse for the second straight night as the MSU volleyball team continued its trek in the NCAA Tournament. In a five-set classic, the Arizona Wildcats were able to stave off and eliminate the Spartans, 25-17, 16-25, 19-25, 26-24, 10-15. In the first round, the Wildcats ousted Cleveland State, 3-0, to keep their season alive.
For a tenured MSU women's volleyball class, the blue NCAA banners festooned around Jenison Fieldhouse of the Volleyball Championship didn't distract from the task of the hand on Friday night.
No. 15 MSU volleyball will be hosting a few games of the first round of the NCAA tournament. As the 9th seed in the tournament, MSU will be playing Fairfield University for the first time. With hopes to continue to the second round of the NCAA tournament, MSU will have to come up with a game plan that allows it to beat Fairfield. Here are three things you should know about the Fairfield Stags.
Late Sunday evening, the MSU volleyball team welcomed good news regarding its impending journey in the NCAA Tournament. The Spartans earned the overall No. 9 seed and will host Fairfield University, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, or MAAC, champions. The match against the Stags is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 2 at Jenison Field House.
No. 13 MSU Volleyball went on the road to play No. 2 Minnesota for the second time this season. The last time MSU played Minnesota they were in the comfort of Jenison Field House, and they upset the Gophers in five sets.
On Saturday No. 15 MSU volleyball played against in-state rival No. 17 University of Michigan. It was an even matchup between the Wolverines and the Spartans went on to win in four sets (25-23, 28-30, 25-23, 25-22). With this win, MSU has now won six straight games.
Wednesday marked the beginning of the early signing period for a number of collegiate sports, with the exception of football, soccer and men’s water polo.