Senior libero Hailey Harward moves past Misty May-Treanor on the all-time dig list, but Long Beach falls to Florida 3-2.
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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.
Long Beach State opposite hitter Kashuana Williams spent her offseason at the Team USA women’s volleyball tryouts where learned to adapt to the sets and switches of her teammates.
After being swept in the Long Beach State Mizuno Classic, the women’s volleyball team is looking to bounce back in its next three-game stretch.
Missed opportunities late in sets hurt the Beach as they get swept by the Bruins on the last day of the Mizuno Classic, Friday.
Even with the energy off the bench for the Beach, the Georgia Bulldogs proved too much to handle in their second match of the Long Beach State Mizuno Classic.
The Long Beach State women’s volleyball team came up short in its first home game of the year, losing in a five set match to Texas State 25-17, 18-25, 19-25, 25-20, 17-15, at the Walter Pyramid Thursday..
In year three under head coach Joy McKienzie-Fuerbringer, an influx of new talent along with a healthy returning core have all signs pointing to a dark horse return to postseason action.
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…]
Sophomore Hailey Harward only has one thing in mind: win a national championship for the Beach. The Long Beach State women’s volleyball season ended with a 10-19 record, and now she must wait another year. “I expected us to be undefeated in conference, easily making it into the tournament,” Harward[Read More…]