Kelsie Payne (left) and Ainise Havili were among the players who last season led the Kansas Jayhawks to appearance in the NCAA volleyball Final Four. This season, KU is second in the Big 12 preseason poll (behind Texas) and also is fifth in the national AVCA ranking. That’s the highest starting spot in school history.
Kelsie Payne (left) and Ainise Havili were among the players who last season led the Kansas Jayhawks to appearance in the NCAA volleyball Final Four. This season, KU is second in the Big 12 preseason poll (behind Texas) and also is fifth in the national AVCA ranking. That’s the highest starting spot in school history. File photo by Andy Lundberg Special to The Star
Kelsie Payne (left) and Ainise Havili were among the players who last season led the Kansas Jayhawks to appearance in the NCAA volleyball Final Four. This season, KU is second in the Big 12 preseason poll (behind Texas) and also is fifth in the national AVCA ranking. That’s the highest starting spot in school history. File photo by Andy Lundberg Special to The Star

Coming off Final Four appearance, KU volleyball embraces status as a top 5 team

August 16, 2016 10:04 PM

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