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1994 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament

 

1994 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament

1994 NCAA Women's Division I
Volleyball Tournament
1994 NCAA Final Four logo
1994 NCAA Final Four logo
Champions Stanford (2nd title)
Runner-Up UCLA (7th NCAA (13th National) title match)
Semifinalists Ohio State (2nd Final Four)
Penn State (2nd Final Four)
Winning Coach Don Shaw (2nd title)
NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournaments
«1993  1995»

The 1994 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament began with 48 teams and ended on December 17, 1994 when Stanford defeated UCLA 3 games to 1 in the NCAA championship match.

Stanford won the program's second title with the win. Led by freshman Kristin Folkl, Stanford defeated the Bruins 15-10, 5-15, 16-14, 15-13. The meeting with UCLA was the fifth straight year Stanford and UCLA met in the NCAA tournament.[1]

Contents

  • Brackets 1
    • West regional 1.1
    • Northwest regional 1.2
    • Mideast regional 1.3
    • South regional 1.4
  • Final Four - Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Brackets

West regional

  First round Second round Regional Semifinal Regional Final
                                     
   Washington 3  
 Wyoming 0  
  1  Stanford 3  
     Washington 0  
      
        
  1  Stanford 3  
  4  Arizona State 0  
        
        
   San Diego State 2
    4  Arizona State 3  
 San Diego State 3
 Memphis 1  
  1  Stanford 3
  2  Southern California 0
 Arizona 3  
 Loyola Marymount 1  
  3  BYU 1
     Arizona 3  
      
        
   Arizona 0
  2  Southern California 3  
        
        
   New Mexico 0
    2  Southern California 3  
 Washington State 1
 New Mexico 3  

Northwest regional

  First round Second round Regional Semifinal Regional Final
                                     
   Texas A&M 3  
 Michigan State 1  
  1  Ohio State 3  
     Texas A&M 0  
      
        
  1  Ohio State 3  
  4  Pacific 1  
        
        
   UCSB 2
    4  Pacific 3  
 UCSB 3
 Princeton 0  
  1  Ohio State 3
  2  Long Beach State 1
 Idaho 3  
 Central Florida 0  
  3  Hawaiʻi 3
     Idaho 0  
      
        
  3  Hawaiʻi 2
  2  Long Beach State 3  
        
        
   Montana 0
    2  Long Beach State 3  
 Arkansas State 1
 Montana 3  

Mideast regional

  First round Second round Regional Semifinal Regional Final
                                     
   George Washington 3  
 Wisconsin 2  
  1  Nebraska 3  
     George Washington 0  
      
        
  1  Nebraska 3  
  4  Colorado 0  
        
        
   Northern Iowa 1
    4  Colorado 3  
 Northern Iowa 3
 Rider 0  
  1  Nebraska 1
  2  Penn State 3
 Iowa 2  
 Pittsburgh 3  
  3  Notre Dame 3
     Pittsburgh 1  
      
        
  3  Notre Dame 0
  2  Penn State 3  
        
        
   Ball State 0
    2  Penn State 3  
 Ball State 3
 Illinois 2  

South regional

  First round Second round Regional Semifinal Regional Final
                                     
   Georgia Tech 3  
 George Mason 1  
  1  UCLA 3  
     Georgia Tech 0  
      
        
  1  UCLA 3  
  4  Duke 0  
        
        
   Georgia 0
    4  Duke 3  
 Georgia 3
 Appalachian State 0  
  1  UCLA 3
  2  Houston 0
 Louisville 0  
 Texas 3  
  3  Florida 3
     Texas 0  
      
        
  3  Florida 0
  2  Houston 3  
        
        
   Clemson 0
    2  Houston 3  
 Stephen F. Austin 2
 Clemson 3  

Final Four - Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas

National Semifinals National Championship
           
1 Stanford 3
1 Ohio State 0
1 Stanford 3
1 UCLA 1
2 Penn State 2
1 UCLA 3

See also

References

  1. ^ "Folkl, Stanford Defeat UCLA for NCAA Title". The Washington Post. 1994-12-18. Retrieved 2009-03-24. 
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