2011 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament

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2011 NCAA Women's Division I
Volleyball Tournament
Champions UCLA (4th NCAA (7th National) title)
Runner-Up Illinois (1st title match)
Semifinalists Southern California (10th Final Four)
Florida State (1st Final Four)
Winning Coach Michael Sealy (1st title)
Most Outstanding
Player
Rachael Kidder (UCLA)
NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournaments
«2010  2012»

The 2011 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament began on December 1, 2011 and ended on December 17 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas when UCLA defeated Illinois 3 sets to 1 in the national championship match.

Qualifying teams[edit]

Seed School Conference
1 Texas Big 12
2 Nebraska Big Ten
3 Illinois Big Ten
4 Iowa State Big 12
5 Purdue Big Ten
6 UNI MVC
7 USC Pac-12
8 Penn State Big Ten
9 UCLA Pac-12
10 Hawaiʻi WAC
11 Stanford Pac-12
12 Florida State ACC
13 Minnesota Big Ten
14 Tennessee SEC
15 Pepperdine WCC
16 Texas A&M Big 12
Arizona Pac-12
California Pac-12
Cincinnati Big East
Delaware CAA
Florida SEC
Kansas State Big 12
Kentucky SEC
Louisville Big East
Michigan Big Ten
Northern Illinois MAC
Ohio State Big Ten
Oklahoma Big 12
Oregon Pac-12
San Diego WCC
Washington Pac-12
Western Kentucky Sun Belt
American Patriot
Ball State MAC
Baylor Big 12
Colorado State MWC
Dayton Atlantic-10
Long Beach State Big West
Marquette Big East
Miami ACC
Michigan State Big Ten
Middle Tennessee Sun Belt
Missouri Big 12
North Carolina ACC
Samford SoCon
Tulsa C-USA
Western Michigan MAC
Wichita State MVC
Albany America East
Central Michigan Chippewas MAC
Duke ACC
Jackson State SWAC
Liberty Big South
Lipscomb Atlantic Sun
Milwaukee Horizon
Missouri State MVC
Morehead State OVC
Niagara MAAC
North Dakota Summit
Northern Colorado Big Sky
Sacred Heart NEC
Texas State Southland
Maryland Eastern Shore MEAC
Yale Ivy

Lexington Regional[edit]

First round
December 1–2
Second round
December 2–3
Regional semifinals
December 9
Regional finals
December 10
                       
1 Texas 3
  Texas State 0
1 Texas 3
Austin, TX
Michigan State 0
  Michigan State 3
  Arizona 1
1 Texas 3
Kentucky 1
  Kentucky 3
  Dayton 2
Kentucky 3
College Station, TX
16 Texas A&M 0
  Lipscomb 1
16 Texas A&M 3
1 Texas 1
9 UCLA 3
9 UCLA 3
  UMES 0
9 UCLA 3
Los Angeles, CA
San Diego 1
  Long Beach State 1
  San Diego 3
9 UCLA 3
8 Penn State 0
  Delaware 3
  American 1
Delaware 0
University Park, PA
8 Penn State 3
  Liberty 0
8 Penn State 3

Minneapolis Regional[edit]

First round
December 1–2
Second round
December 2–3
Regional semifinals
December 9
Regional finals
December 10
                       
5 Purdue 3
  Morehead State 0
5 Purdue 3
West Lafayette, IN
Louisville 1
  Ball State 0
  Louisville 3
5 Purdue 1
12 Florida State 3
  Cincinnati 3
  Samford 2
Cincinnati 2
Tallahassee, FL
12 Florida State 3
  Albany (NY) 0
12 Florida State 3
12 Florida State 3
4 Iowa State 2
13 Minnesota 3
  North Dakota State 0
13 Minnesota 3
Minneapolis, MN
Washington 2
  Western Michigan 1
  Washington 3
13 Minnesota 1
4 Iowa State 3
  Northern Illinois 1
  Miami (FL) 3
Miami (FL) 0
Ames, IA
4 Iowa State 3
  Milwaukee 0
4 Iowa State 3

Gainesville Regional[edit]

First round
December 1–2
Second round
December 2–3
Regional semifinals
December 9
Regional finals
December 10
                       
3 Illinois 3
  Central Michigan 0
3 Illinois 3
Champaign, IL
Marquette 0
  Marquette 3
  Western Kentucky 1
3 Illinois 3
Ohio State 1
  Ohio State 3
  Middle Tennessee State 1
Ohio State 3
Knoxville, TN
14 Tennessee 2
  Duke 1
14 Tennessee 3
3 Illinois 3
Florida 1
11 Stanford 3
  Sacred Heart 1
11 Stanford 1
Stanford, CA
Michigan 3
  Baylor 1
  Michigan 3
Michigan 0
Florida 3
  Florida 3
  Missouri 1
Florida 3
Cedar Falls, IA
6 Northern Iowa 1
  Niagara 0
6 Northern Iowa 3

Honolulu Regional[edit]

First round
December 1–2
Second round
December 2–3
Regional semifinals
December 9
Regional finals
December 10
                       
7 Southern California 3
  Yale 0
7 Southern California 3
Los Angeles, CA
Tulsa 0
  Tulsa 3
  Oklahoma 1
7 Southern California 3
10 Hawaiʻi 2
  Oregon 2
  Colorado State 3
Colorado State 1
Honolulu, HI
10 Hawaiʻi 3
  Northern Colorado 0
10 Hawaiʻi 3
7 Southern California 3
15 Pepperdine 2
15 Pepperdine 3
  Missouri State 0
15 Pepperdine 3
Malibu, CA
North Carolina 0
  North Carolina 3
  California 2
15 Pepperdine 3
Kansas State 0
  Kansas State 3
  Wichita State 0
Kansas State 3
Lincoln, NE
2 Nebraska 2
  Jackson State 0
2 Nebraska 3

Final Four - Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas[edit]

National Semifinals
December 15
National Championship
December 17
           
9 UCLA 3
12 Florida State 0
9 UCLA 3
3 Illinois 1
3 Illinois 3
7 Southern California 2

Notes[edit]

  • December 15, 2011 – Head coach Michael Sealy of UCLA was named the National Coach of the Year by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA)
  • Rachael Kidder of UCLA was the most outstanding player
  • All-tournament Team: Alex Jupiter, USC; Zoe Nightingale, UCLA; Lauren Van Orden, UCLA; Annie Luhrsen, Illinois; Michelle Bartsch, Illinois; Colleen Ward, Illinois; Rachael Kidder, UCLA

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