Whitney Dosty. Photo courtesy of Arizona Athletics
The postseason kicks off five weeks from Tuesday.
SIREN, Wis. — A Siren school bus driver faces drunken driving charges after authorities say he was found passed out in a bus just before he was scheduled to pick up a volleyball team.
Arizona's Kim Glass (86), right, smiles after winning the third straight game against Texas-Arlington to advance to the second round of the NCAA tournament on Dec. 5, 2002. Photo by David Sanders / Arizona Daily Star
Arizona's Jill Talbot (32) scores over Southern California's Alicia Robinson (13) and Katie Olsovsky during their fourth round game in the NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament in Los Angeles, Friday, Dec. 7, 2001. Arizona won the match 3-2. (AP Photo/E.J. Flynn)
Arizona's Jennifer Abernathy (3) blocks a hit against the Santa Clara Bronco's Kelli Sousa during the last game of the match at McKale Center on Thursday, Sept. 4, 2003. Photo by Max Becherer / Arizona Daily Star
Arizona's Dana Burkholder (21) celebrates with teammate Kelli Mulvany (11) during a point in the third game against Cal on Nov. 17, 2001. Photo by David Sanders / Arizona Daily Star
Arizona outside hitter Jennifer Abernathy prepares to kill the ball against Santa Clara on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005. Photo by Kyle Terada / for the Arizona Daily Star
Arizona's Dana Burkholder prepares to set up a spike as Cal's Candace McNamee can only look on during the first game at McKale on Nov. 17, 2001. Photo by David Sanders / Arizona Daily Star
Arizona volleyball player Dana Burkholder laughs during a volleyball camp at McKale Center on July 12, 2001. Photo by Aaron J. Latham / Arizona Daily Star
2004 boys volleyball player of the year: Sahuaro's Dan Plotts. Photo by Mamta Popat / Arizona Daily Star
2003 boys golfer of the year: Canyon del Oro's David McDaniel. Photo by David Sanders / Arizona Daily Star
2001 girls volleyball coach of the year: Marie Daranyi, Catalina Foothills, left. 2001 girls volleyball player of the year: Cara Frost, Catalina Foothills, right. Photo by Max Becherer / Arizona Daily Star
Southern Arizona hoping for a better showing in the state tournament.
Several local baseball and softball teams host tournament games on Tuesday.
Suzy Mason is, admittedly, a little more prepared this time around.
The Arizona volleyball team hit a season-low .079 Wednesday night as 11th-ranked Oregon defeated No. 15 Arizona in three sets 25-17, 25-12, 25-19 in Eugene, Ore.
The Pima College volleyball team (12-13, 7-7 ACCAC) snapped its three-match losing streak Wednesday at Mesa Community College.
UA head volleyball coach Dave Rubio talks to participants of a volleyball camp on July 12, 2001.
Tucson High School’s girls volleyball team is off to its best start ever. The Badgers have won 14 straight matches, which stands as the state’s longest active winning streak, regardless of division.