Oregon Athletics
It was a sweep of a weekend for then-No. 5 Oregon with defeats of then-No. 2 Washington and Washington State. Redshirt senior outside hitter Alaina Bergsma helped the Ducks to knock off the nation's last unbeaten team in UW with 23 kills, which tied her season high. In her effort, she became the first Husky foe to top .300 with +15 kills this year. Against Washington State, she recorded 11 kills with a .435 hitting mark. Bergsma also joined the team's all-time career kills list at 10th with 1,099.
Stanford Athletics
Stanford middle blocker Inky Ajanaku helped the team to clench its 14th match in a row and earn sole possession of first place in the Pac-12 with two wins during the weekend. Ajanaku averaged a team-best 3.62 kills, 1.62 blocks while hitting .458. Against then-No. 6 USC, she posted a then-career high of 12 kills and six blocks in the three-set win. She then outdid herself recording a career high of 17 kills and seven blocks in the five-set thriller against then-No. 7 UCLA.
Nebraska Athletics
Nebraska senior Lauren Cook averaged 11.6 assists and 2.3 digs per set in a pair of wins during the weekend. The Huskers defeated No. 10 Minnesota 3-1 and swept Wisconsin as well. Cook had a .361 hitting percentage in the pair of victories, including a .396 outing versus the Badgers where she also dished out 37 assists.