Arkansas Tech volleyball has winningest program in the state this decade

The 2010s saw a lot of good volleyball in Arkansas and it came from a number of quality programs. Six of the college volleyball programs in the state racked up more than 200 wins apiece, averaging more than 20 wins per season.

Photo by Liz Chrisman, courtesy GAC.

The group was led by the Arkansas Tech Golden Suns. ATU won 262 matches from 2010-2019 (262-83) and had three 30-win seasons (35-1 in 2017, 35-3 in 2011, 31-5 in 2010).

Also putting together a solid performance during the decade were: Arkansas-Fort Smith (251-74, which was the best winning percentage in the state at .772), Harding (228-90), Central Arkansas (225-97), John Brown (206-136) and Arkansas State (203-115).

The Golden Suns had four players to receive All-American recognition in this span: Amanda Milnick, Lexie Johnston, Laura Farney and Sarah Von Lienen. Additionally, Tech won five Great American Conference regular season titles and four GAC Tournament titles.

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