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ODU’s Volleyball Team Makes a Successful Debut After winning two of his first three matches, coach Fred Chao penned a thank you note to President John R. Broderick and wife Kate. (More)
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The fans were loud Friday and Saturday, when most seats were taken by invited guests, including donors who made gifts to ODU volleyball. On Sunday, the first game in which fans were allowed to attend, Chao said he was stunned to see dozens of people lined up at the gate an hour and 15 minutes before game time.
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NORFOLK, Va. – The Old Dominion volleyball team lost in three sets to visiting FIU in a Conference USA matchup inside the ODU Volleyball Center on Saturday afternoon. "There was a large gap between our serving game and their serving game," head coach Fred Chao said. "They brought a lot more power, a lot more drive and a lot more conviction in ...
NORFOLK, Va. – The Old Dominion volleyball team battled visiting FIU point-for-point on Friday night but lost 3-2 in a five-set thriller that featured 26 ties, nine lead changes and a pair of sets that went to extra points.
ODU won the first match in five sets last Friday before nearly coming back from a 2-0 deficit in a 3-2 loss the next day. Alessia Sgherza matched her own program record for single-match kills with 24 in Friday's win.
When Old Dominion University announced it would begin playing women's volleyball this school year, officials promised that not only would the Monarchs compete, they would be given the resources to win. Some schools have simply put up a net in their basketball arenas and called that their volleyball home courts.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – The Old Dominion volleyball team forced a fifth set after falling behind 2-0 to Marshall but could not finish off the comeback in a 3-2 loss at Marshall on Saturday. "Today was a tough challenge," head coach Fred Chao said. "We are disappointed that we didn't complete the comeback, but I am so proud of this team for their efforts.