TEXAS LONGHORNS WOMENS VOLLEYBALL
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Texas Longhorns Womens Volleyball Tickets
Team: Texas Longhorns Women's Volleyball
League: NCAA Division I
Home Games: Gregory Gymnasium
Head Coach: Jerritt Elliott
Championships: Three national championships and several Big 12 apperances
Texas Longhorns Women's Volleyball TicketsThe women's volleyball team for the Texas Longhorns began in 1974. Since 1981, the AVCA has ranked the Longhorns somewhere in the top 10 for a total of 27 seasons. The last several seasons have seen wins for the majority of the team’s matches, successfully overcoming what was a rocky start upon the team’s initial launch. The Longhorns first four coaches couldn't seem to last more than two years maximum before the university sought replacements. Despite these initial setbacks, several former members of the Longhorns team have gone on to win numerous awards and have even reached US Olympic levels. These days, the team continues to accumulate wins on the court. Penn State is one of the few schools that can match the records Texas has racked up over the past several seasons. In 2008, the team took home a championship win at the Collegiate Beach Volleyball games, and fans are hungry for another victory. You can catch all the exciting volleyball action up close when you grab your Longhorns women’s volleyball tickets at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to a Texas Longhorns women's volleyball game?When it comes to grabbing Longhorns women's volleyball tickets, StubHub is the only resource you need. At StubHub, you'll find the latest updates on the women's volleyball schedule. Thanks to StubHub, each ticket you purchase is backed by special guarantees. You can also use StubHub to check information on the team's opponents and venues where you can attend a match.
How much are Texas Longhorns tickets?Texas Longhorns volleyball ticket prices vary widely from one match or location to the next. If you have any specific matches in mind for the upcoming women's volleyball season, you can check StubHub to get all the latest information on pricing. You'll also be able to find out about any different types of tickets or passes you may be able to purchase.
Who is the head coach for the Texas Longhorns women's volleyball team?Jerritt Elliott has coached the women's volleyball team for Texas since 2001. In this time, Elliott has done much to bring the Longhorns back into the national volleyball spotlight. Throughout his first decade as a head coach, Elliott worked with various teams to improve the overall performance of women's volleyball at the university. His efforts paid off with an NCAA championship title in 2012. This victory would mark the third national title the women's team scored in its history. Part of Elliott’s skill in his eye for recruiting star talent. All but two of his recruiting classes as head coach have managed to rank nationally, and more than 20 players Elliott helped to develop have received various All-American awards for their skills.
What is the Texas Longhorns women's volleyball team's schedule?The women's volleyball team has games lined up against the Rice University Rice Owls, the Montana State University Bobcats and the Texas A&M University Aggies during the upcoming season.
Has the Texas Longhorns women's volleyball team ever won a national title?Yes. When the AIAW was still in operation, the women's volleyball team took home the national title for the 1981 season. Once the Longhorns joined the NCAA, the team managed to secure two additional championships in 1988 and 2012.
Who are some notable Longhorns volleyball players?Several past recruits who have played for the women's volleyball team have built up notable records or received various awards. Mira Topic, Destinee Hooker and Bailey Webster are just a few of the players who earned Player of the Year nods thanks to their outstanding performances on the court.
How big is the team's home stadium?The women's volleyball team makes its home in Austin, Texas at the University’s Gregory Gymnasium on campus. The university built the gym in 1930 and it was the former home of the school's basketball and swimming teams. In addition to volleyball matches, the gym has an indoor track for running and jogging and can also accommodate racquetball, squash and rock-climbing. The total seating capacity for volleyball matches at Gregory Gymnasium is 4,000.
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