Take a look at the numbers that shaped our 2018 and how they all contributed to our best season yet.
Stick around to the end, you might just find out our first stop for 2019.
“Looking Back | Beach Volleyball 2018”
Gratitude and reflection are so important in sports and in the relationships we’ve formed, and in this video we celebrate the amazing moments of the year and give thanks to all those who helped us create them along the way.
The Confrontation Builds the Challenge: NCAA
Megan Davenport (passing) and Callan Molle, LSU
And then it happened:
– After a four and a half hour delay due to weather conditions, the
LSU beach volleyball team
(5-3) defeated Tulane by a score of 3-2 to take their first match of the Pelican Classic at the White Sands Volleyball Courts in Metairie on Friday. With the win, it marks the first time in program history that LSU has defeated its in-state rival in Tulane. Source
Beach Volleyball – East Meets West
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By Lee Feinswog
Top-ranked USC beat No. 12 Florida International and No. 10 LSU at the East Meets West Invitational in Manhattan Beach and then headed to Hawai’i for spring break and to prepare for playing Nebraska and No. 2 Florida State on Friday in Honolulu. USC plays FSU again Saturday in a rematch of last spring’s title tilt at the NCAA Beach Championships.
FSU, also in Mahattan Beach, beat No. 6 Long Beach State and Cal Poly, but on Sunday lost to No. 3 Pepperdine and No. 4 UCLA. The Seminoles also face Utah, No. 8 Arizona and No. 5 Hawai’l in Honolulu.
Pepperdine is at Long Beach Thursday to play the home team and Loyola Marymount. And then next weekend the Waves are back at Zuma Beach when the field includes Cal State LA, TCU and No. 12 Arizona State.
A Moment Of Gold
Brazil’s Bruno Schmidt and Alison Cerutti win men’s beach volleyball gold official Olympic channel here: