Former All-American outside hitter Tabitha Brown told The Eagle she is transferring from Wichita State volleyball and will play a fifth season at Rice in 2019. Brown, who is from Houston, wanted to be closer to home.
The Wichita State volleyball team defeated Central Arkansas in five sets on Thursday to advance to the second round of the National Invitational Volleyball Championship. The Shockers will play North Texas or Tulsa on Friday.
The Wichita State volleyball team has its first losing record since 2001, but the Shockers’ strength of schedule has continued their postseason streak with a bid to the 2018 National Invitational Volleyball Championship.
Wichita State freshman Kora Kauling, because of an injury to another player, has been thrust in as the full-time setter for the Shockers volleyball team, which is trying to earn a bid to the NCAA Tournament.
After suffering its first loss in its brief history in the American Athletic Conference, the Wichita State volleyball team and Chris Lamb are focused on bouncing back on the two-match road swing to Florida.
Megan Taflinger didn’t think she was playing college volleyball as a senior at Quartz Hill High in California. But a few breaks has led her to Chris Lamb and now she’s becoming a star for the Wichita State Shockers.
The Wichita State volleyball team, during its 2018 home opener against Tulane, will celebrate the Shockers undefeated conference championship from the 2017 season and also try to break the attendance record.
Junior Jordan Roberts rarely played in her first three years for the Wichita State volleyball team. But her determination and hard work has made her a part of the rotation at setter for the 2018 season.
The Wichita State Shockers volleyball team traveled to Ricmond to play the Rams of Virginia Commonwealth University on Monday, August 27, 2018. Wichita State won the match in five sets over VCU, 25-17, 15-25, 25-18, 10-25, 15-9.
School is canceled Wednesday in Kingman, KS, after a winter snow storm hit Kansas. The elementary-middle school made the announcement with a "Let it Go" parody song from Disney's "Frozen." (Feb. 19, 2019)