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Posted: 10/16/2017 - University of Colorado Colorado Springs redshirt freshman Raelynn Edge averaged 13 assists per set last weekend and earned RMAC Setter of the Week honors this afternoon. She picked up her second weekly award of the season after a pair of 3-0 victories for the Mountain Lions.

Posted: 10/16/2017 - The Colorado State volleyball team once again moved up in the recent AVCA Coaches’ Poll to No. 20 after a pair of sweeps last week at home against San Jose State and Nevada. The ranking is the Rams highest of the season and the seventh time that they have been ranked in the AVCA Poll this year.

Posted: 10/16/2017 - Sophomore Denise Ssozi (Johnston, Iowa) and freshman Kathleen Medill (Lincoln, Neb.) were honored by the Mountain West on Monday, Oct. 16, as the Air Force volleyball team swept the league’s weekly awards. Ssozi was named the MW Offensive Player of the Week, while Medill was named the MW Defensive Player of the Week. It is the first conference honor for both Falcons – and the program’s first weekly honor since 2015.