QUICK SET with Coach Jim McLaughlin for the week of November 26, 2012
The more you know about the how and why of volleyball, the more fun it is to watch and play.
This week, fifth-ranked Washington learned that the team will be hosting the first two rounds of the 2012 NCAA Tournament.
Washington coach Jim McLaughlin talks about why playing at home matters.
“Playing at home is meaningful,” says McLaughlin on this week’s edition of Quick Set. “Especially for our seniors.”
Also this week:
- The difference between preparing for the regular season and preparing for a tournament
- What the team learned from playing without injured star Krista Vansant
- Keys to winning at home
- Jim McLaughlin talks about fighting through adversity
- Jim McLaughlin on why being aggressive matters
- Jim McLaughlin on bouncing back from a tough defeat
- Are service errors part of serving tough? Jim McLaughlin explains
- “Perpetually dissatisfied” Jim McLaughlin talks about blocking
- Jim McLaughlin talks about serving with no setter
WRITTEN BY Jack Hamann | PHOTOS BY Leslie Hamann