The Southern Virginia University women’s volleyball team had one of its best seasons in program history in 2017, finishing with an overall record of 22-8 (.733%) and finishing third in the CAC with a 7-2 conference record. The season marks impressive progress from 2016, besting last year’s win total by 14 games.
The Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) recently announced the All-State women’s volleyball teams, naming Southern Virginia University volleyball senior Hannah Allred for the All-State First Team, adding to her list of accomplishments this season.
Southern Virginia University senior outside and right-side hitter Hannah Allred was tabbed as the Capital Athletic Conference's women's volleyball Player of the Year on Tuesday after leading the Knights to a third-place finish and best record in ten years. Allred, along with fellow senior and team kill leader Penny Gwynn, were named to the All-CAC First Team.
The Southern Virginia women's volleyball team started the final weekend of regular season Capital Athletic Conference play with a 3-0 win over St. Mary's (Md.), led by 13 kills from Hannah Allred and Penny Gwynn.
On senior night in Knight Sports Arena, the Southern Virginia University women’s volleyball team cruised to a 3-0 win over Randolph College on Tuesday evening, their second win in straight sets against the Wildcats this year.
Sophomore setter LaRee Crockett, member of the Southern Virginia University women's volleyball team, was named the Capital Athletic Conference player of the week after a career-high performance in a 2-0 week for the Knights.
For the second straight week, a Southern Virginia University women's volleyball player earned Capital Athletic Conference honors, coming by virtue of senior Penny Gwynn who was named the CAC's Women's Volleyball Co-Player of the Week.
In its conference opener, the Southern Virginia University women’s volleyball team came through with a huge win on Friday, beating Salisbury University 3-1 in the team's sixth-straight victory. The match also marks the program’s first win over the Seagulls.
The Southern Virginia University women’s volleyball team competed this past weekend at the Washington & Lee Invitational, playing four games in the tournament, earning wins over Meredith and Maryville (Tenn.).