No. 1 Texas Volleyball Wins 4th NCAA Championship

No. 1 Texas Volleyball win 2022 National Championship in Omaha, NE
After the No. 1 Texas Volleyball wins 2022 National Championship in Omaha, NE (photos courtesy Texas Athletics)

With the song blaring from our phone, “WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS” by QUEEN, we share that No. 1 Texas Volleyball wins their fourth National Championship after sweeping No. 4 Louisville 25-22, 25-14, 26-24 Saturday in Omaha, NE.

No. 1 Texas Volleyball but a cherry on top of a 28-1 season, Jerritt Elliott secures his second NCAA Championship as the head coach 10 years after he won his first in 2012, and Logan Eggleston was named the Final Four Most Outstanding Player.

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Texas dominated Louisville by hitting .371 with nine blocks from the ‘Great Wall of Texas’: Kayla Caffey, Madisen Skinner, Asjia O’Neal, and Logan Eggleston, and five service aces and holding Louisville to only .189 hitting percentage.

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In an amazing storybook ending to her career, Logan Eggleston cemented her legacy with 19 kills while hitting .341 and scoring 21 points as the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) National Player of the Year and National Champion. In a five year career at Texas, Eggleston made 2289 points (4.64/set), 981 Digs, and 1921 Kills.

Sophomore transfer Madisen Skinner from Katy, Texas had 12 Kills with a .407 hitting percentage to win a second National Championship. Skinner’s first was with Kentucky in 2020.

Contributors to this most epic win was Molly Phillips with six kills, Kayla Caffey four blocks, Saige Ka’aha’aina-Torres provided 37 assists, nine digs, one block and one kill, Zoe Fleck provided 14 digs, five assists, and two service aces, Emma Halter five digs and Keonilei Akana provided four digs, two assists and one ace that sealed the win for Texas.


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