Women's Volleyball

Signing of the times

Proud parents. Beaming high schoolers. Embracing teammates. Across the country this week, thousands of young athletes made their college choices official with the strokes of pens. But among the approximately 14,000 prospective student-athletes who signed a National Letter of Intent during the past week, a 17-year-old high school volleyball player in a Seattle suburb made a small but notable splash of history.

2014 NCAA Women's Volleyball Tournament Statistics and Records

Division I 2014 Championship NCAA.com Recap 2014 Championship Tournament Statistics All-Time Championship Tournament Records and Results (through 2014 Championship) Division II 2014 Championship NCAA.com Recap 2014 Championship Tournament...

Building the spotlight

Kristin Fasbender never took part in a national championship as a student-athlete, but she made a career out of coordinating them. She is now in her 15th year as a member of the NCAA championships group.

Rachel Price Bell, clinical scientist, and Ronda Price Brinley, anesthesiologist

Growing up in Merrillville, Indiana, twins Ronda and Rachel Price were good students and solid outside hitters on the volleyball team, though they weren’t sure their athletic careers would extend past high school. Neither of them received much college scouting attention.


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