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  • Kansas volleyball, seeking second Final Four, has unique home-court advantage

    Tayler Soucie and Maggie Anderson of the University of Kansas Jayhawks volleyball team discuss the program's evolution into a national power. The excitement over the team, seeking a second straight Final Four, has reached a fever pitch in the team’s gym, the Horejsi Family Athletics Center, which seats a mere 1,300.

Tayler Soucie and Maggie Anderson of the University of Kansas Jayhawks volleyball team discuss the program's evolution into a national power. The excitement over the team, seeking a second straight Final Four, has reached a fever pitch in the team’s gym, the Horejsi Family Athletics Center, which seats a mere 1,300. Ashley Scoby and Allison Long The Kansas City Star
Tayler Soucie and Maggie Anderson of the University of Kansas Jayhawks volleyball team discuss the program's evolution into a national power. The excitement over the team, seeking a second straight Final Four, has reached a fever pitch in the team’s gym, the Horejsi Family Athletics Center, which seats a mere 1,300. Ashley Scoby and Allison Long The Kansas City Star

Kansas volleyball, in midst of program's best era, has unique home-court advantage

November 30, 2016 7:15 PM