Women's Volleyball

Woman of the Year finalist: Krista Stoltz Bellefeuille

Krista Stoltz Bellefeuille carried a massive noncancerous tumor with her through her junior volleyball season.

"I've become a different volleyball player."

Natalie Leger, a sophomore volleyball player at George Washington, overcame Hodgkins Lymphoma to make her dream of playing Division I volleyball come true.

2014 NCAA Women's Volleyball Records Book

Division I Records Division II Records Division III Records Collegiate Records Award Winners and All-Americans Coaching Records 2013 Conference Standings Attendance Records Championships AIAW Championship Results

Panel approves modification to net-contact rule in women’s volleyball

Beginning in the 2014 season, a player will not be called for a violation if she touches the net, ropes or post outside of the antennae as long as it doesn’t interfere with play or is used as a means of support while playing the ball.

Push

The skills former student-athletes honed in college propelled them to the Olympics … in a sport they'd never imagined.

Women’s volleyball rules committee recommends minor change to net-contact rule

The NCAA Women’s Volleyball Committee recommended a proposal where players will not be called for a violation if they touch the net, ropes or post outside of the antennae as long as it doesn’t interfere with play, beginning with the 2014-15 academic year.

Former volleyball standout’s mission to Mars

MIT grad Jennifer Harris Trosper’s old team made an appearance in an NCAA Championship; her new one helps guide rovers across the red planet.

Born to serve

Amy Sullivan Nordmann amassed aces at Washington University in St. Louis and now helps keep women in Houston cancer free.

Coordinators of Officials Roster

Baseball: George Drouches E-mail: George@autoporter.com Men’s Basketball: J.D. Collins E-mail: jdcollins@ncaa.org Women’s Basketball: June Courteau E-mail: courtref@comcast.net Football: Rogers Redding E-mail: redding.cfo@hotmail.com Men’s...

Two for the Price

Identical twins Rachel Price, now Rachel Bell, and Ronda Price, now Ronda Brinley, were major contributors for the Lions from 1996 to 1999 and became two of the most athletically and academically decorated volleyball student-athletes in Division II history.

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