Hope volleyball served its way into the national semifinals for the second time in school history on a milestone night for head coach Becky Schmidt

National Championship
Robinson: Hope fights off resilient Emory for DIII title
HOP 3 vs. EMY 2 Box Highlights
National Semifinals
Robinson: Miles 'integral' to Emory title run
Robinson: Hope looks forward to day of rest
EMY 3 vs. WSP 1 Box Highlights
CAL 0 vs. HOP 0 Box Highlights
Robinson: Long-time rivals meet in the semifinals
National Quarterfinals
Robinson: Emory keeping foot on gas
WSP 3 vs. CMS 2 Box Highlights
EMY 3 vs. WIL 1 Box Highlights
CLK 0 vs. HOP 3 Box Highlights
CNU 1 vs. CAL 3 Box Highlights
Brackets: Interactive | Printable
The second-ranked Flying Dutch defeated No. 15 Clarkson, N.Y., 25-16, 25-21, 25-20 in Friday's NCAA Division III quarterfinal at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia.

Hope (32-2 overall) advanced to Friday's national semifinal against either No. 1 Calvin or No. 9 Christopher Newport.

Friday's win was the 300th win all-time at Hope for Schmidt in 11 seasons. She is 300-73 with the Flying Dutch and 333-106 total between Hope and Redlands (California).

Outside hitter Jenna Grasmeyer, led the Flying Dutch with 10 kills. She is a three-time American Volleyball Coaches Association First Team All-American.

Hope featured a balanced attack against Clarkson (37-4).

Two Flying Dutch players recorded eight kills: seniors Anna Lynch and Amy VanderStoep.

Sophomore Courtney Van Houzen, chipped in seven kills and a match-high six block assists.

Hope finished plus-14 in digs. Junior Allie Mitchell, collected 22 digs.

Junior setter and two-time AVCA Second Team All-American Lauren Hazekamp collected 14 digs and 28 assists.

Hope is now 2-1 all-time in national quarterfinal matches. The Flying Dutch defeated Tufts 25-17, 25-23, 29-31, 25-18 in the 2009 quarterfinals.

Hope is 18-12 all-time in NCAA Tournament play.