PROVO, Utah – For the first time since 1995, No. 5 seed Sun Devil Volleyball is going to the Sweet 16 after sweeping No. 5 seed BYU on its home court (25-20, 25-21, 25-21) on Saturday night.
- Arizona State (28-6) won a second NCAA Tournament match for the first time in program history and is going to the Sweet 16 for the third time.
- ASU got win 28, now in sole possession of second place for most wins in program history. The record number of sweeps in a single season is now at 20 after the three-set win over the Cougars.
- Senior opposite Marta Levinska led all players in kills with 17 on a .533 clip. That hitting percentage just barely surpasses the number from Geli Cyr in Friday’s match against Georgia for a new Sun Devil record in a tournament match. She also had 10 digs for her seventh double-double of the year, 28th of her career. Additionally, she had five aces for a new season high. That number broke her into the top 10 for career aces, now with 106.
- The outside hitters provided a balanced attack for the Sun Devils. Junior Geli Cyr had nine kills, as well as eight digs and a pair of blocks. Senior Roberta Rabelo had eight kills and…