The Beach was unable to complete a furious comeback against Santa Clara as its season comes to a close in the Walter Pyramid.
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The Beach got their first home win of the season with 3-0 sweep.
Senior libero Hailey Harward moves past Misty May-Treanor on the all-time dig list, but Long Beach falls to Florida 3-2.
Long Beach State struggles early in the tournament with 3-0 match loss to James Madison in their first game of the Gator Invitational, Sept. 13.
Missed opportunities late in sets hurt the Beach as they get swept by the Bruins on the last day of the Mizuno Classic, Friday.
Following an underwhelming season for the Long Beach State women’s volleyball team, a silver lining was found in the five players who received All-Big West honors in the 2018 Big West Women’s Volleyball All-Conference Team. Senior outside hitter Tyler Spriggs was the only player to receive a first team selection,[Read More…]
Passing and serving were Long Beach’s downfall against Hawai’i Saturday night as it fell in three consecutive sets. The team committed 11 serving errors and exhibited poor communication throughout the night, allowing the Rainbow Wahines to dominate 25-19, 21-25, 17-25, 19-25. “When our main service is on serve and pass[Read More…]
Before the match had even begun, all eyes were on Hailey Harward. She opened up the night by singing the National Anthem in front of the crowd of 901, which was met with thunderous applause. The spotlight would stay on her throughout Long Beach’s thrilling five set comeback over Santa[Read More…]
Less than halfway through the first set, the match was decided. UC Riverside’s junior outside hitter Kaiulani Ahuna limped off the floor with an apparent knee injury, giving the Long Beach women’s volleyball team an undeniable advantage. Ahuna averages 5.25 kills per set, second in the Big West and fourth[Read More…]
With Long Beach State down two points in the fourth set, freshman outside hitter Kashauna Williams blocked the Bruins kill, making it hit the ground into a cluster of UCLA players and onto the sidelines. Long Beach fans cheered, but seconds later a career-high performance from Williams was spoiled, and[Read More…]