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Court Report (Nov. 20): Headlines and Highlights

This week we’re honoring some high-achieving high school players and coaches who have reached major milestones and linking to some of the top news from the week. If you have news to share, please send it to SGreen@prepvolleyball.com.

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Miss a headline? Below are some of our top news stories around
the country this week…

Take a breather after National Signing Day… It takes five minutes to watch this video which highlights 10 highly-touted players in the Class of 2021.

The NCAA Division I Council has extended the recruiting dead period through April 15th.

See the latest Power 25 National Rankings. In such a strange year with the volleyball season happening just about year-round, as teams finish playing they’ll close out their ranking allowing new teams to emerge! Texas teams are heating up with three teams in the top five.

We are wrapping up each HS State tournament happening this fall in our State Salute. Just over 20 states have already finished – what a miracle! Pennsylvania and Arizona are two more State finals happening this weekend.

The College of William & Mary had eliminated women’s volleyball and six other programs from being a Division I sponsored sport. Then, about six weeks later, three sports were reinstated including volleyball due to Title IX issues. Coach Tim Doyle offers some valuable advice for coaches and recruits alike in this article.

Michigan and Minnesota have put the brakes on their seasons as each of the state’s governors ordered school sports to break until at least December 8th in Michigan and December 18th in Minnesota.

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