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1983 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament

 

1983 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament

1983 NCAA Women's Division I
Volleyball Tournament
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Champions Hawaiʻi (2nd NCAA (3rd National) title)
Runner-Up UCLA (2nd NCAA (8th National) title match)
Semifinalists Stanford (2nd Final Four)
Pacific (2nd Final Four)
Winning Coach Dave Shoji (2nd title)
NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournaments
«1982  1984»

The 1983 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament was the third year of the NCAA Women's Volleyball Championship. It began with 28 teams and ended on December 19 when Hawaiʻi defeated UCLA 3 games to 0 in the NCAA championship match. Hawaiʻi won their second straight title.

In the consolation match, Stanford defeated Pacific to claim third place.

The Final Four was held in Lexington, Kentucky at the Memorial Coliseum. The championship match attendance of 1,812[1] remains the lowest attendance ever for a NCAA national championship match.[2]

Contents

  • Brackets 1
    • Northwest regional 1.1
    • Mideast regional 1.2
    • South regional 1.3
    • West regional 1.4
  • Final Four - Memorial Coliseum, Lexington, Kentucky 2
  • NCAA Tournament records 3
  • References 4

Brackets

Northwest regional

  First Round Regional semifinal Regional final
                           
        
     Pacific 3  
       California 0  
   California 3
     Oregon State 2  
       Pacific 3
     Cal Poly 0
     Northwestern 0  
   UCSB 3  
   UCSB 2
       Cal Poly 3  
   San Jose State 1
     Cal Poly 3  

Mideast regional

  First Round Regional semifinal Regional final
                           
        
     UCLA 3  
       Penn State 0  
   Providence 0
     Penn State 3  
       UCLA 3
     Western Michigan 0
     Illinois State 2  
   Purdue 3  
   Purdue 2
       Western Michigan 3  
   Nebraska 1
     Western Michigan 3  

South regional

  First Round Regional semifinal Regional final
                           
        
     Hawaiʻi 3  
       Tennessee 0  
   Florida State 2
     Tennessee 3  
       Hawaiʻi 3
     Kentucky 1
     Lamar 0  
   Texas 3  
   Texas 2
       Kentucky 3  
   North Carolina 0
     Kentucky 3  

West regional

  First Round Regional semifinal Regional final
                           
        
     Stanford 3  
       BYU 1  
   Arizona State 0
     BYU 3  
       Stanford 3
     San Diego State 0
     Southern California 2  
   Arizona 3  
   Arizona 1
       San Diego State 3  
   Colorado State 0
     San Diego State 3  

Final Four - Memorial Coliseum, Lexington, Kentucky

  Semi finals Final
 
 Pacific   0   
 UCLA     
 
 
     UCLA   0 
   Hawaiʻ  
Third place
   
 Hawaiʻ    Pacific   1 
 Stanford   0     Stanford   

NCAA Tournament records

There are four NCAA tournament records that were set during the 1983 NCAA tournament that have not yet been broken.[3]

  • Solo blocks, match (individual record) - Marsha Bond, Kentucky - 11 (vs. Hawaiʻi)
  • Solo blocks, match (team record) - 25 (Kentucky vs. Hawaiʻi)
  • Solo blocks, tournament (team record) - Hawaiʻi, 35 (11 vs. Tennessee, 10 vs. Kentucky, 6 vs. Stanford, 8 vs. UCLA)
  • Hitting percentage, match (team record) - Stanford, .667 (vs. Pacific)

References

  1. ^ Hawaii rolls to women's volleyball championship
  2. ^ 2007 NCAA Volleyball Program, page 28
  3. ^ 2008 NCAA Volleyball Program, pages 62 & 63
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