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Overuse, specialization, club? High volume of injuries in college alarming

“Is it because kids aren’t running around? Have we gone past the free-range-chicken type of kid that will just leave the house after breakfast...

After missing 2016, Texas middle Ogbogu ready to finish on high note

By Greg Echlin for VolleyballMag.com AUSTIN, Texas — From being raised by a father who moved to the Dallas area as an emergency room doctor,...

Being off campus all season part of 2017 challenges for Northwestern

The Northwestern University volleyball team is going back to high school. Sort of. The Wildcats will play this season at nearby Evanston (Ill.) Township High School...

NCAA notes: Rules changes ahead, FSU, Minnesota, Baylor, Pitt updates

The American Volleyball Coaches Association’s Recruiting Taskforce put out a flyer at the recent USA Volleyball girls’ junior national championships in Minneapolis highlighting the...

New Cal coach McShane buoyed by team’s hard work, incoming class

This time around, Matt McShane knows exactly where the facilities are. “When I took over at Air Force, I knew nothing about Air Force other...

New Oregon coach Matt Ulmer enjoying smooth transition with Ducks

To say it’s been a whirlwind few months for Oregon’s Matt Ulmer would be an understatement. Ulmer was named the program’s new coach after serving as...

Hambly settling in at Stanford: “I love everything about it”

New Stanford women’s coach Kevin Hambly’s acclimation to the Palo Alto, Calif., school is coming along just fine, thank you. “I love everything about it,”...

McKienzie-Fuerbringer back at Long Beach: “I’m thrilled to have this opportunity”

One of women’s college volleyball’s signature legacy programs has turned to one of its own to write its next chapter. It happened when Long Beach...

Ah Mow-Santos: “I love Hawai’i volleyball, I know what it stands for”

Coaching? “I didn’t even think about playing in college, first of all,” Robyn Ah Mow-Santos said. “And when I was in college, I never thought...

Hayley Hodson announces medical retirement from Stanford

Hayley Hodson, the 2015 national freshman of the year who missed most of last season as Stanford went on to win the NCAA championship,...

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