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1984 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament

 

1984 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament

1984 NCAA Women's Division I
Volleyball Tournament
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Champions UCLA (1st NCAA (4th national) title)
Runner-Up Stanford (1st title match)
Semifinalists San Jose State (1st Final Four)
Pacific (3rd Final Four)
Winning Coach Andy Banachowski (1st title)
NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournaments
«1983  1985»

The 1984 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament was the fourth year of the NCAA Women's Volleyball Championship. It began with 28 teams and ended on December 16 when UCLA defeated Stanford 3 games to 2 in the NCAA championship match.

UCLA claimed the program's first NCAA national title after two previous runner-up finishes. In the deciding fifth game against Stanford, UCLA was down 12-4, but with heroics from Liz Masakayan, the Bruins scored 11 straight points and eventually won the game 15-13.[1]

In the consolation match, Pacific defeated San Jose State to claim third place.

Contents

  • Brackets 1
    • West regional 1.1
    • Mideast regional 1.2
    • South regional 1.3
    • Northwest regional 1.4
  • Final Four - Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles, California 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Brackets

West regional

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

Mideast regional

  First Round Regional semifinal Regional final
                           
        
     Pacific 3  
       Penn State 0  
   Penn State 3
     Northwestern 2  
       Pacific 3
     Nebraska 1
     Nebraska 3  
   Pittsburgh 0  
   Nebraska 3
       Western Michigan 1  
   Western Michigan 3
     Illinois State 1  

South regional

  First Round Regional semifinal Regional final
                           
        
     UCLA 3  
       Duke 0  
   South Carolina 1
     Duke 3  
       UCLA 3
     Texas 1
     Texas 3  
   Lamar 0  
   Texas 3
       Tennessee 1  
   Eastern Kentucky 0
     Tennessee 3  

Northwest regional

  First Round Regional semifinal Regional final
                           
        
     Cal Poly 2  
       Fresno State 3  
   Fresno State 3
     UCSB 1  
       Fresno State 0
     San Jose State 3
     San Jose State 3  
   Purdue 1  
   San Jose State 3
       Oregon 1  
   Oregon 3
     Hawaiʻi 2  

Final Four - Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles, California

  Semi finals Final
 
 Stanford     
 Pacific   0   
 
 
     Stanford   2 
   UCLA   
Third place
   
 UCLA     Pacific   
 San Jose State   0     San Jose State    1 

See also

References

  1. ^ "After trailing 12-4, UCLA women rally to win NCAA volleyball". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 24 June 2013. 
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