Pavan Named Today's Top VIII Award Winner

University of Nebraska volleyball star Sarah Pavan received one of the highest honors a college student-athlete can receive on Monday, as she was selected as one of the 2008 NCAA Today's Top VIII.
December 17, 2007

Five Huskers Earn First-Team All-Big 12 Honor

Lincoln – Sarah Pavan and Christina Houghtelling head up a list of five Huskers who earned first-team All-Big 12 honors, as the league unveiled its all-conference team Monday afternoon.
November 26, 2007

Pavan and Houghtelling earn Weekly Awards

Sarah Pavan and Christina Houghtelling (Nebraska) were tabbed the Big 12 Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week for the matches of Aug. 20-26, the league office announced. It is the sixth league weekly accolade for Pavan, while Houghtelling earns the second honor of her career.
August 27, 2007

Belles of the Ball

Everyone in sports loves lists, and here is The Bootleg's own 2007 preseason roll call of the best collegiate volleyball players in the nation, at all positions. Some names are instantly recognized, but by the time the season ends in Sacramento (Calif.) on December 15, all 25 of these athletes should be grabbing national headlines. Also a sneak peak at seven top impact freshmen to watch.
August 17, 2007

Nebraksa VB Media Day: Sarah Pavan

Nebraska Media Day Video Interview with Sarah Pavan.
August 10, 2007

Big 12 announces Athletes of the Year

DALLAS -- Sarah Pavan (Nebraska volleyball) and Ben Askren (Missouri wrestling) have been named 2006-07 Big 12 Conference Athletes of the Year, the league office announced.
July 6, 2007

Pavan wins Honda-Broderick Cup

New York City – University of Nebraska volleyball standout Sarah Pavan (Kitchener, Ontario) received the highest athletic honor that a female college athlete can receive, as she was named the 2006-07 Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Monday morning.
June 25, 2007

Pavan Named Finalist for Honda Broderick Cup

The Collegiate Women Sports Awards today announced the five finalists for its annual top honor, the Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. The finalists were chosen by a vote from among more than 1,000 NCAA-member institutions, and the winner will be named at a special press conference on June 25th in New York. The winner will receive the prestigious 2007 Honda-Broderick Cup.
June 20, 2007