The 1990 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Tournament began with 32 teams and ended on December 15, 1990, when UCLA defeated Pacific 3 games to 0 in the NCAA championship match.
|1990 NCAA Women's Division I Volleyball Tournament|
1990 NCAA Final Four logo
|Champions||UCLA (2nd NCAA (5th National) title)|
|Runner-up||Pacific (3rd NCAA (4th National) title match)|
|Winning coach||Andy Banachowski (2nd title)|
|Final Four All-Tournament Team|
UCLA won the program's second NCAA title in women's volleyball by defeating Pacific 15-9, 15-12, 15-7. UCLA was led by Natalie Williams and Marissa Hatchett who had 12 kills a piece. The Bruins finished the 1990 season 36-1.
The 1990 Final Four was held at the Cole Field House in College Park, Maryland.