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Utah Women's Volleyball 2014 Home Game Schedule:
Aug. 29 vs. Montana State (Utah Classic) - 7:00pm
Aug. 30 vs. Missouri State (Utah Classic) - 10:00am
Aug. 30 vs. New Mexico State (Utah Classic) - 7:00pm
Sept. 9 vs. Utah Valley (Beach Party) - 7:00pm
Oct. 3 vs. Arizona* (Power of Pink) - 8:00pm
Oct. 5 vs. Arizona State* - 12:00pm
Oct. 17 vs. California* - 5:00pm
Oct. 19 vs. Stanford* - 5:00pm
Nov. 7 vs. USC* (Blackout) - 6:00pm
Nov. 9 vs, UCLA* - 2:00pm
Nov. 13 vs. Washington State* (Neon Night) - 8:00pm
Nov. 15 vs. Washington* (Youth Night) - 7:00pm
Nov. 25 vs. Oregon* - 7:00pm
Nov. 28 vs. Colorado* (Senior Day) - TBA
*Indicates Pac-12 Match
Home matches played at either Jon M. Huntsman Center or Crimson Court
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With the move to the Jon M. Huntsman Center for matches beginning in 2013, the Utah volleyball team will still enjoy Crimson Court as one of the finest practice facilities in the nation.
One of the most intimidating competition venues in the country from 2000 through 2012, Utah racked up a 137-40 (.774) home record and tallied a 79-25 (.760) mark in conference home matches during that span.
The court was built for the 1994 season and was officially dedicated on Sept. 9 of that year. It was christened with a win over Montana State and a marathon five-set victory over San Jose State in the Utah Classic. A new playing surface was installed during the summer of 2011.
The largest crowd ever recorded at Crimson Court assembled on Sept. 25, 2009, as 1,747 fans watched Utah rally from down two sets to defeat BYU. The near-capacity crowd also was treated to a 35th Anniversary celebration and Alumni Reunion.
Utah set the single-season attendance record in 2001. The Utes hosted 12,020 fans over the course of 15 matches, averaging 801 fans per contest.
Crimson Court was the launching pad for the Utes' 10 NCAA Tournament appearances and also played host to the NCAA Tournament, entertaining opening-round action in 2001 and 2005.