Another year, another award for University of Colorado senior Taylor Simpson as she was named the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame 2014 "College Female Athlete of the Year" on Wednesday afternoon.
The 2014 University of Colorado volleyball season was one of the best in program history with CU finishing 20-14 overall.
The University of Colorado volleyball team finished the 2014 season ranked 21st in the final AVCA Division I Coaches Poll, which was released on Monday.
The awards keep rolling in for University of Colorado senior Taylor Simpson as she was just named an AVCA Division I First Team All-American.
CU is going to celebrate its amazing 2014 volleyball season on Saturday, Dec. 13, with its annual banquet in the Folsom Field East Side Stadium Club.
Senior Taylor Simpson was named to the AVCA All-Pacific South Region team on Tuesday.
It took five grueling sets for one of CU's best volleyball seasons to end, but it's over nonetheless.
Aside from a third-set snooze, Friday afternoon went pretty much by the numbers for the CU volleyball team.
The No. 19 Buffaloes defeated Northern Colorado 3-1 on Friday afternoon to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
The No. 19 Buffaloes got their first NCAA Tournament practice in today at Moby Arena in Fort Collins
Really, truly, Taylor Simpson is doing her best follow her own common sense and her coach's mandate.
CU will face Northern Colorado in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday, Dec. 5, at 4:30 p.m. at Moby Arena in Fort Collins, Colo.