There’s one thing about Fridays within the fall.
We had our first one in all this NCAA Division I girls’s volleyball season this week, when every little thing appears to go topsy-turvy.
— No. 11 Washington State knocked off No. 6 Texas on its house courtroom;
— Unranked Georgia gained at beforehand unbeaten No. 10 Georgia Tech;
— Unranked USC gained in 4 at No. 17 Purdue;
— No. 7 Oregon statistically crushed James Madison however gained in 5;
— Beforehand unbeaten Jap Illinois misplaced to Missouri, which it beat the day earlier than;
— Colorado, which misplaced to Colorado State the day earlier than when the visiting Rams pulled off a reverse sweep, went to Colorado State and gained with its personal reverse sweep;
— Melanie Parra had 34 kills — a day after having a career-high 27 — in TCU’s win over Florida State;
— Oklahoma broke UCLA’s seven-match successful streak;
— Pepperdine snapped Washington’s eight-match successful streak;
— UCF beat Illinois in a reverse sweep;
— Rice needed to rally from a 6-2 set-5 deficit to beat 1-12 LIU.
And there’s extra to come back Saturday.
Within the ACC, No. 8 Pittsburgh performs JMU and surging Duke, which is 8-2 after beginning 0-2, performs Santa Clara. Georgia Tech performs Howard and Florida State performs Hawai’i.
The largest match involving a Massive Ten workforce has No. 9 Minnesota taking part in host to No. 14 Creighton. No. 13 Penn State performs Seton Corridor.
The Massive 12 has No. 12 BYU going through Utah State, No. 20 Kansas taking part in Texas State, No. 23 Iowa State taking part in Drake and one other Oklahoma-UCLA match.
The Pac-12 slate consists of 11-0 Arizona State taking part in Southern Miss and 10-0 Cal going through Nevada.
The SEC schedule exhibits Georgia again at it in opposition to San Diego, No. 16 Arkansas performs Bryant, No. 24 Auburn performs Samford. and 9-1 Alabama performs Grambling.
No. 25 Dayton of the Atlantic 10 performs North Dakota a day after sweeping each Northern Illinois and Northern Iowa.
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Washington State (10-1) of the Pac-12 gained 21-25, 25-22, 25-22, 25-22 at Texas (5-3) of the Massive 12 because the Cougars continued to knock off high groups. Their solely loss was at Louisville and final Friday they beat BYU and this previous Wednesday beat Baylor. WSU, which hit .226, acquired 13 kills from Iman Isanovic, who had two assists, an ace and two digs. Magda Jeharova had 12 kills, hit .391, and had two digs and 9 blocks, one solo. Pia Timmer had 11 kills however hit .050 and Katy Ryan had 11 kills and 6 blocks. Argentina Ung had 5 kills with one error in 10 tries, 43 assists, an ace, eight blocks and 7 digs. Karly Basham had 19 digs and two assists. Texas had a season-high 17 blocks however hit .166. Asjia O’Neal had 13 blocks, one solo, to go along with 5 kills, an help, an ace and two digs. Jenna Wenaas had 16 kills, two blocks, an help and three digs. Madisen Skinner had 14 kills, two assists, six blocks and 7 digs. Bella Bergmark had seven kills with one error in 19 assaults and 4 blocks and Dein Kahahawai had six kills and 6 blocks …
Georgia (8-2) of the SEC gained 21-25, 28-26, 25-21, 25-21 at Georgia Tech (7-1) of the ACC for its first victory over a top-10 opponent in three years and first at Georgia Tech since 2014. Sophie Fischer led with 13 kills, an help, three digs and eight blocks, one solo. Kacie Evans, who had 4 aces, a block and 15 digs, and Estelle Haugen had 11 kills every. Haugen had an help, an ace, 4 digs and 6 blocks. Georgia hit .132 and GT .122 as the 2 groups mixed for 93 kills and 55 errors in 300 assaults …
USC (6-4) of the Pac-12 survived the primary set and gained 30-28, 15-25, 25-23, 25-23 at Purdue (6-3) of the Massive Ten. Skylar Fields continued to tear it up for USC, this time with 27 kills whereas hitting .323 to go along with 12 digs and three blocks, one solo. London Wijay had 18 kills, three assists, an ace, a block and 12 digs, and Tyrah Ariail had 15 kills with one error in 18 assaults and 4 blocks. USC hit .333 and Purdue .300. Eva Hudson and Chloe Chicoine had 17 kills every for the Boilermakers …
Oregon (9-1) of the Pac-12 gained 25-20, 22-25, 18-25, 25-8, 15-10 over James Madison at Pittsburgh regardless of having considerably extra kills (58-43) and blocks (13-6) and a giant benefit in hitting share (.313 to .120). Mimi Colyer had 20 kills, three blocks and eight digs and Morgan Lewis 15 kills with one error in 22 assaults and 5 blocks.
JMU’s Sophie Davis had 15 kills and hit .429 and had one in all her workforce’s 11 aces. She additionally had 4 blocks, one solo.
No. 18 Baylor beat visiting No. 19 Ohio State 25-22, 25-19, 18-25, 23-25, 15-8. Elise McGhee had 19 kills, an ace, three blocks and two digs. Kyndal Stowers had 16 kills, an help, an ace, 9 digs and three blocks, two solo. Manuela Bibinbe had 12 kills with one error in 17 assaults, two assists, six digs and 5 blocks, one solo. Alicia Andrew had 9 kills with one error, an help, 4 blocks and two digs. The Bear hit .248. Ohio State, which has misplaced six in a row, all to ranked groups, hit .176. Emily Londot had 23 kills, an help, an ace, a block and 14 digs …
BYU hit .361 in its sweep of Utah Valley … Penn State swept UMBC because the Nittany Lions hit .351 and Camryn Hannan and Jess Mruzik had 12 kills every … Creighton hit .442 and swept Excessive Level behind 14 kills from Ava Martin, who had one error in 24 assaults, and 13 from Kiana Schmitt, who had no errors in 16 swings … No. 15 Tennessee swept Evansville as Jenaisya Moore had 14 kills with one error in 26 assaults, an help, three aces, 4 blocks and 6 digs … Arkansas gained twice, sweeping Buffalo and beating home-team St. John’s in 4 …
Kansas swept Bellarmine and New Hampshire … Iowa State swept Ohio as Lilly Wachholz had 13 kills with no errors in 20 assaults, an help, an ace, three blocks and 6 digs … Auburn beat UAB in 4 regardless of hitting .189. Bel Zimmerman had 16 kills, hit .306, and had an help, two aces, 12 digs and 5 blocks, one solo … Datyon swept Northern Illinois and the house workforce, Northern Iowa. Lexie Almodovar mixed for 28 kills and 23 digs within the two matches.
Across the nation
Melanie Parra had 34 kills — probably the most by anybody in 4 units this season — and hit .388 after having eight errors in 67 assaults for TCU in its four-set win over Florida State. Parra had an help, a solo block and 10 digs. Jalyn Gibson had 15 kills, an ace, 5 blocks and 10 digs …
UCF beat Illinois 21-25, 23-25, 25-15, 25-18, 15-10 at Purdue. Emily Wilson had 16 kills for UCF, Avah Armour 14 and Abby Hansen 13. Raina Terry had 22 kills and three aces for Illinois …
Missouri (8-3) beat beforehand unbeaten Jap Illinois (10-4) in 4. Each applications are off to their greatest begins in 12 months … Colorado gained 17-25, 20-25, 25-19, 28-26,15-13 at Colorado State as Lexi Hadrych had 17 kills, an ace, 4 digs and 6 blocks, three solo … KJ Johnson had 28 kills for Texas State in its five-set win over New Hampshire … Arizona State improved to 11-0 by sweeping Little Rock. Marta Levinska had 11 kills in 23 errorless assaults, an ace, three digs and 5 blocks … Cal acquired to 10-0 with a sweep of Montana State during which the Bears hit .408. Maggie Li had 18 kills with three errors in 31 assaults, 5 digs and 4 blocks, three solo …
Tulsa beat Ole Miss in 5 and Kayley Cassaday had 28 kills, an ace, 18 digs and two blocks … TCU hit .415 in a sweep of Liberty … Odyssey Warren had 26 kills for Kansas Metropolis in a five-set loss to Southeast Missouri State … Princeton beat Rutgers for the second straight season as Lucia Scalamandre had 12 kills with three errors in 20 assaults within the five-set win to go along with an help, three blocks and three digs … Duke hit .467 in a sweep of Coastal Carolina. Gracie Johnson had 18 kills and hit .484 … Maddy Bushnell had 23 kills and hit .435 to go along with six blocks for Missouri State in a five-set win over Western Illinois … Brianna Ford had 23 kills for UT Arlington in a four-set win over McNeese … Madi Malone had 23 kills and 15 digs for Milwaukee in a five-set win over Air Power.