Tournament berth No. 4 won’t be enough for the Ole Miss volleyball this season.
Coming off of three one-and-done appearances in the NCAA Tournament in the last five years (North Carolina defeated Ole Miss last year 3-1 in Berkeley, Calif.), the Lady Rebels have grander goals for the upcoming season. (August 12, 2011, Page 6A)
Sean Burdette has joined the Ole Miss volleyball program as an assistant coach after a three year stint as the head coach at Bradley University, head coach Joe Getzin announced on Friday. (more…) (April 1, 2011, Page 8A)
It was a tight contest early, but the Ole Miss volleyball team fell to North Carolina in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday night by a score of 3-1 (20-25, 20-25, 18-25, 9-25). (more…) (December 6, 2010, Page 3B)
The Ole Miss women’s volleyball team will be making its third NCAA Tournament appearance in program history — and third in the past five seasons — when Ole Miss takes on North Carolina in the first round at California-Berkley.
The first-round matchup will take place on Friday. The winner of the match will face the winner of Cal-Berkley and Utah State in the second round on Saturday. North Carolina enters with a 24-9 overall mark and a 15-5 mark in the ACC. (November 29, 2010, Page 4B)
Inconsistency and unforced errors ended up being the difference on Sunday in the Ole Miss volleyball team’s 3-1 (15-25, 25-13, 20-25, 20-25) loss to No. 21 Tennessee at the Gillom Sports Complex.
After being tied through two sets, the Lady Vols strung together two-straight sets to claim the match. (November 22, 2010, Page 5B)
It wasn’t pretty, but coming off of a difficult loss to No. 1 Florida on Friday, the Ole Miss volleyball team will take its 3-1 (25-21 25-16, 20-25, 25-23) victory over South Carolina from Sunday.
Following the match, Ole Miss coach Joe Getzin admitted he was a bit worried about the Lady Rebels coming out flat against South Carolina. (November 1, 2010, Page 4B)
It’s been three seasons since Ole Miss’ volleyball program last graced an NCAA Tournament bracket.
Following Sunday’s hard-fought 3-1 (25-13, 25-20, 22-25, 25-22) victory over Arkansas at the Gillom Sports Complex, the Lady Rebels appear to have positioned themselves for a return trip to the tournament.
The win capped a successful weekend that began with a 3-0 (25-21, 25-18, 25-18) victory against No. 12 LSU on national television and extended Ole Miss’ winning streak to five matches.
With an 8-2 league record (and 14-5 overall), Ole Miss hopes it has done enough halfway through the conference schedule to legitimize its tournament hopes. (October 18, 2010, Page 3B)
The 2010 season was supposed to be a year of transition for Ole Miss women’s volleyball team.
That sentiment couldn’t be further from the truth, and it was blatantly evident on Sunday when Ole Miss dismantled Georgia 3-0 (25-13, 25-14, 25-19) at the Gillom Sports Complex.
Transitioning from a 10-20 overall record a year ago had the potential to make this season a long and difficult one.
That hasn’t been the case, however, as the Lady Rebels have already secured an improved Southeastern Conference record (6-2) and are looking to finish in the top half of the SEC for the first time since the 2007 season. (October 11, 2010, Page 4B)
After going to five sets against both Southern Miss and Louisiana-Lafayette, the Ole Miss Lady Rebels made quick work of the Samford Lady Bulldogs on Saturday night, claiming their fourth consecutive Magnolia Invitational with a 3-0 (25-21, 25-20, 25-20) victory.
Head coach Joe Getzin said the key to the match was the team’s ability to clean up its play on its own side of the court.
In the three sets against Samford, Ole Miss had just 14 attack errors, compared to Samford’s 24. (September 13, 2010, Page 5B)
Ole Miss volleyball hosted its first full preseason scrimmage on Saturday at the Gillom Sports Center and head coach Joe Getzin was not disappointed with what he saw.
“I thought we had a good outing,” he said. “Anytime you split the team it’s pretty difficult to get a true indication, but I thought there was points of intensity that show the potential of the team.
“I’m sure they’re excited to play against somebody else instead of beating each other.” (August 24, 2010, Page 7)