Sports columnist Jack McGarr writes that if Kansas volleyball can improve its hitting percentage as well as reduce its errors next year, the team may have a dominant season in store.
Kansas volleyball finished its season with a record of 9-17. However, sports columnist Jack McGarr writes that Kansas played much better than the record indicates.
Kansas volleyball fell on the road to No. 1 Texas 3-1 Saturday, Nov. 23. The Jayhawks will play their final home game against Iowa State on Nov. 27.
Sports columnist Kylie Hanna writes that Kansas volleyball's 8-15 record has the team more motivated than ever to win its final games against Texas, Iowa State and West Virginia.
Sports columnist Jack McGarr writes that while Kansas volleyball's hopes for an NCAA tournament appearance are dashed, its young and talented roster will serve the program well next year.
Kansas volleyball could not keep up with Baylor's three players with double-digit kills, which led to its 3-0 loss in Waco, Texas, at the Ferrell Center on Nov. 13.
Sports columnist Jack McGarr writes that Kansas volleyball will need to keep its hitting percentage high and its errors low if the Jayhawks want to contend with the No. 1 Baylor Bears.
Kansas volleyball defeated the Texas Tech Red Raiders 3-0 at home Wednesday night with help from senior middle blocker Zoe Hill. Kansas will play its next game in Fort Worth, Texas against the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs on Nov. 9, at 9 p.m.
With a .344 hitting percentage, the Jayhawks dominated the Red Raiders Wednesday night in the Horejsi Family Volleyball Arena.
Kansas volleyball will need to improve its hitting percentage and capitalize on opponents' errors if it is wanting to beat Texas Tech Wednesday.