Texas Review
For the 13th time in program history and the 10th consecutive year, Texas Volleyball has been voted the favorite in the Big 12 Conference. Since 2011 the Longhorns have produced a record of 136-8 (.944), including two perfect records of 16-0 (2013 & 2017). (Photo Ralph Arvesen / Texas Review)

Most Efficient Team in the Nation
As a team, Texas hit .325 on the season, leading the nation. The mark also sits tied for fourth best in Longhorn history, tying the percentage hit in 2012. Brionne Butler led the Longhorns with a clip of .439, fellow middle Asjia O'Neal followed at .365. Freshman Skylar Fields hit .337, while outsides Logan Eggleston and Micaya White hit .314 and .301, respectively.

Returning All-Americans
Logan Eggleston picked up her second career All-America honor after going from an honorable mention selection following her freshman year to a second team honoree in 2019. VolleyballMag.com named Brionne Butler and Logan Eggleston as second team All-Americans. Skylar Fields was also named to the All-Freshman Team and Asjia O'Neal picked up All-Freshman honorable mention.

The OU Series
Texas has a 52-4 all-time record against Oklahoma and the Longhorns have won the last 10 meetings, dating back to the 2014 season. Last season in Norman, Texas won a four-set match with Jhenna Gabriel dishing out 41 assists, adding six digs and one kill. The match at Gregory Gym was a back-and-forth match with more than 17 ties or lead changes but the Longhorns were able to pull out the sweep.

2019 Attendance Notes
Texas Volleyball set a home attendance record in 2019 with an average of 3,873 fans per match. The previous mark was 3,780 which was set in 2013 following the Longhorns' 2012 National Championship. The 3,873 is also a huge improvement from the 2018 season which saw an average of 3,313. Gregory Gym sold out on eight occasions, including multiple matches that were sold out weeks in advance. Against Texas A&M, Gregory Gym saw 4,328 fans in attendance, the eighth most in Gregory's current configuration.

2019 Season Highlights
Texas extended its Big 12 home winning streak to 43 straight matches after going 8-0 in conference play in Gregory in 2019.

Texas has registered a 97-34 (.746) all-time record in 36 NCAA Tournament appearances. The Longhorns rank fourth in NCAA Division I history in NCAA Tournament wins (98) and fourth in winning percentage (.746). UT also ranks seventh all-time in NCAA Tournament appearances (36). Texas advanced to 18-consecutive NCAA Tournaments (1982- 99) and is now on a streak of 16-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (2004-19).

Dating back to the 1974 season, Texas has won .842 percent of its matches in Austin, sporting an overall record of 604-113-1. The Horns are even more successful in Gregory Gymnasium, boasting a winning percentage of .878 with a record of 423-60.

UT owns a 113-54 (.677) record against ranked opponents over the last 16 seasons (2004-19) and boasts a 54-12 (.818) mark against ranked opponents at Gregory Gymnasium during that span. In 2019, Texas went 4-2 against ranked opponents and 3-0 against them at home.

UT is one of two teams that has reached the NCAA Round of 16 in 15 of the last 16 seasons. Penn State is the only other school to accomplish the feat.

Brionne Butler averaged 1.64 blocks per set on the season with 14 solo stuffs and 81 block assists. Her 1.64 blocks per set ties her for second all-time with Chiaka Ogbogu (2017).

Logan Eggleston dished out a personal-best 52 aces on the season, good for 0.53 aces per set, which is second all-time for aces per set in a single season in the Longhorn record book.

Texas saw six players earn Big 12 post season honors. Micaya White, Brionne Butler, Logan Eggleston and Skylar Fields were all named unanimous first team selections. Jhenna Gabriel was a second team honoree, and Fields and Asjia O'Neal were named to the All-Freshman team. (Source: UT Athletics)