The University of South Florida volleyball team, with a 22-11 record, is set to compete in the NIVC Fab 4 against the University of Texas-El Paso Miners, with a 24-9 record, on December 10 at 3:30 p.m. (E.T.). The Bulls have advanced to the Fab 4 after securing wins in the first three rounds, representing only the second time in program history. A victory in the upcoming match could see them advance to the NIVC Championship for the first time in program history.

By the Numbers
  • South Florida volleyball team's record: 22-11
  • University of Texas-El Paso Miners' record: 24-9
  • Setter Caroline Dykes' career assists: 3,008
  • South Florida's historical 20+ wins achieved in the season
State of Play
  • South Florida volleyball team is heading to the NIVC Fab 4
  • If victorious, they will advance to the NIVC Championship for the first time in program history
  • Setter Caroline Dykes is on the verge of reaching a milestone of 100 service aces in her career
  • University of Texas-El Paso Miners is coming off a four-set win over the Clemson Tigers
Bottom Line

The University of South Florida volleyball team's advancement to the NIVC Fab 4 and the possibility of reaching the Championship for the first time in program history marks a historic season, underscoring the team's impressive performance and potential for a significant milestone.