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Three WCC Women's Volleyball Teams Ranked in AVCA Coaches Top 25

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. --- West Coast Conference women's volleyball will continue on to its third week of play on Thursday, September 6 with Saint Mary's at Kansas State (5:00 PM PT). For the full composite schedule and more information about WCC women's volleyball, please visit one of the above links.


  • For the first time since 2007, BYU earned a top-25 rankingin the AVCA Division I Coaches Poll, coming in at No.21, after defeating No. 14 Tennessee and No. 24 ColoradoState last weekend to win the Shocker Volleyball Classic.

  • San Francisco had a record day last Saturday, as theDons defeated No. 25 California, 3-2. The win was thefirst time the Dons have defeated the Bears in programhistory and also marked USF's head coach Gilad Doron's77th victory, making him the school's all-time wins leader.

  • San Francisco's Jocelyn Levig, who became an All-Tournament Team member for the second weekend in arow, was named this week's WCC Volleyball Player of theWeek after recording 43 kills (3.58 kills per set) and 24 digsin the Hawaiian Airlines Classic.

  • Portland overcame a 2-1 deficit against the UNLV Rebelsto capture the Nike Portland Invitational Tournament title forthe first time since 2004. Senior Ariel Usher led the Pilotswith 20 kills and junior Autumn Wedan added 13. Wedanclaimed tournament MVP honors as Portland swept thetournament field.

  • Saint Mary's swept all three opponents at the SacramentoState Invitational last weekend. Senior Lauren Corp wasnamed Tournament MVP after averaging 4.62 kills per set,1.5 digs per set and a .369 hitting percentage.

  • Down 10-12 in the fifth set, No. 12 Pepperdine scored fiveconsecutive points to clinch the 3-2 triumph over Arizona towin the Pepperdine Asics Classic.