Cal Bears Women's Volleyball Tickets
2019 Standout Players: Maddie Haynes, Lauren Forte, Preslie Anderson, Mima Mirkovic
Head Coach: Sam Crosson
2019 Record: 20-10 Overall (.667), (10-10) Conference (.500), 6-4 Home, 8-6 Away, 6-0 Neutral
Rivals: UCLA Bruins
Cal Bears Women's Volleyball TicketsFrom 2002 to 2013, the Cal Bears women's volleyball team was one of the top volleyball teams in the NCAA. During that time, the Bears made it to the NCAA tournaments every year, with one of those appearances being in the championship game of the tournament, during which the team was taken out by Penn State. Cal also had a Final Four appearance in 2007. Since then, the team had not had a winning season until 2019, when Coach Sam Crosson took over the program. Now, the team is poised and ready for action. In 2019, numerous players evolved into exceptional athletes and were honored for their achievements, including Mima Mirkovic, who was named AVCA Pacific North All-Region and ended the season tied for eighth place for double-doubles (13) in Pac-12 play. Additionally, Mirkovic was named to the All-Pac-12 Team along with junior Preslie Anderson and sophomore Lauren Forte. Get your Cal Bears women's volleyball tickets at StubHub today.
Where is the Cal Bears women's volleyball team's home stadium?The Cal Bears women's volleyball team plays its home games in Haas Pavilion and Recreation Athletic Center. It's located on the former site of Harmon Gym, which was fully renovated between 1997 and 1999 and transformed into the Haas Pavilion. Now, the Haas pavilion is a state-of-the-art facility used to host a variety of sports. Seating capacity in the pavilion is 1,877, and seats begin just 88 feet from the floor, giving attendees an intimate sports experience. Alcohol, cans, glass and metal bottles are banned from the Haas Pavilion as are video cameras, hard coolers and tobacco products.
What are some of Coach Crosson's accomplishments in women's volleyball?Sam Crosson became head coach of the Bears in 2019, although it wasn't his first-time coaching for the Cal Bears. From 2010-2012, he was an assistant coach and was instrumental in getting the Bears to back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances. Crosson would then leave Cal for Cal Poly and spend seven seasons coaching the Mustangs. While there, he posted an overall win record of 114-83 and led the team to consecutive Big West championship wins. Crosson also garnered back-to-back Big West Coach of the year honors in 2017 and 2018, which had only happened once before in the history of Cal Poly. Crosson was also named AVCA Pacific North Region Coach of the Year in 2017.
What division and conference do the Cal Bears play in?The Cal Bears are an NCAA Division I team, and they play in the Pac-12 Conference. Before becoming members of the Pac-12, the Bears played in the Pac-10 Conference, and before that, they were members of the NorPac and NorCal Conferences.
Who are notable Hall of Famers from Cal Bears women's volleyball?Lisa Arce graduated from Cal in 1990 as the leader in all-time attempts with 4,801. At the time, she was also the all-time leader in digs with 1,602 but is now in second place. She's also No. 2 when it comes to kills (1,806) with the Cal Bears. She would later go on to join the 2000 Summer Olympic team as a first alternate. Mia Jerkov, Class of 2003, is the record holder for most kills in a season (701) as well as kills in a single game (39). After leaving Cal, Jerkov played pro volleyball internationally for Russia, South Korea, Italy, Japan and Turkey.
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