clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Guide to the 2006 Women's Volleyball Final Four

UCLA beat Oklahoma and Hawaii to advance to the Final Four. (Source: Daily Bruin)

Overview

Championship Site

The 'Participant's Booklet' available at this site contains all information about the Final Four, including autograph sessions, getting around in Omaha, schedules - you name it.

The full tournament bracket, in case you want to know how they got there.

Omaha World Herald Final Four Preview page - good links and info here.

Nebraska Cornhuskers Resources

Nebraska Huskers Volleyball Website

Huskers Roster

Stanford Cardinal Resources

Stanford Women's Volleyball Official Website

Stanford Roster

Washington Huskies Resources

Washington Huskies Volleyball Website

Washington Roster

UCLA Bruins Resources

UCLA Bruins Volleyball Official Website

UCLA Roster

Articles

College volleyball fans can watch the teams practice on Wednesday.

College volleyball fans can take advantage of a special opportunity on Wednesday. Dec. 13, as all four team practices for this week NCAA Division I Championships at Qwest Center Omaha are open to the public.

Final Four Pairings have a familiar feel.

Washington's preview article including scouting reports on Nebraska, Stanford, and UCLA. This article includes a wealth of information about the games, and the Washington Huskies.

Washington's win over Penn State was big.

So was Stanford's win over Texas.

Stanford prepares for the Final Four.

Nebraska's Athletic Director Steve Pederson may be the only AD to have to remind his players that they cannot scalp their volleyball tickets.

The UCLA Daily Bruin says it's been 12 years since they made it to the Final Four.

The three teams in the Final Four are the last three teams to beat the Bruins: No. 2 Stanford, No. 6 Washington and No. 1 Nebraska, whom UCLA faces on Thursday at 4 p.m. PST at the Qwest Center in Omaha, Neb. The Qwest Center venue and the Nebraska team are both all-too familiar to the Bruins. Last season, UCLA was eliminated from the NCAA Tournament in the Sweet 16 by the Cornhuskers in front of a then-NCAA record 14,489 fans, many of whom made the trip from Lincoln to cheer on the 'Huskers.
Let's hope we give the Bruins a similar welcome to Omaha this year.