Volleyball Takes Cross Town Rival Win
9/20/12 - Gabriela Mendonca
led the Crimson Wave with 17 kills as they took another win over cross town rival and CCAC opponent the Purdue University Calumet Peregrines in south Hammond, IN.
The Crimson Wave opened the match with a dominating 25-11 win in set one. The Peregrines returned the favor taking their only set of night in the second 25-23.
Set three and four belonged to the Crimson Wave as they won 25-22 and 25-23 taking the match victory.
Mendonca ended the night with 17 kills and 23 digs. Kelsey McFarlane
tallied up 13 kills of her own and 17 digs. Abigail Hunsucker
found herself in double digits with 11 kills. Dani Burge
added 18 digs and setter Hope Castillo took
home 48 assists.
The Crimson Wave are now 10-28 overall and 3-11 in the CCAC.
The ladies will be back in action on Friday October 26th for a 1:00 pm CCAC Crossover game with Judson University at Illinois Tech.
Volleyball Competes at 7th Annual Crimson Wave Invite
10/20/12 -The Crimson Wave volleyball team went 0-4 this weekend at the 7th Annual Crimson Wave Invitational at the Rittenmeyer Center on the campus of CCSJ.
The Crimson Wave opened the invite with a 3-1 loss to William Penn University. Kelsey McFarlane led the Crimson Wave with 14 kills. Dani Burge added 13 digs and Hope Castillo added 34 assists.
In the Crimson Wave’s second match the ladies took a loss to the University of Michigan-Dearborn 3-2 despite having a 2-0 lead in the match. Brandy Sechrist led the ladies with 11 kills. Castillo had 37 assists with Burge grabbing 28 digs.
On day two CCSJ opened with a loss to the University of Northwestern Ohio 3-0. Gabriela Mendonca had 7 kills with Castillo putting up 23 assists. Burge led the defense with 7 digs.
In the Crimson Wave’s final match of the invite CCSJ took a loss to Aquinas College. Mendonca again led the Crimson Wave with 8 kills while Castillo picked 14 assists.
“We are on our way to getting back to “our” level of competition within our own mentality and team dynamic. We are almost there! Now, our next focus is putting PUC away this week.” Said Head Coach Stephanie Zimny
The Crimson Wave will be back in action when they travel to the south end of town to take on CCAC opponent and cross town rival Purdue University Calumet at 7:00 pm on Tuesday October 23rd.
Volleyball Takes Loss To Trinity Christian
The Crimson Wave volleyball team took a tough loss to Trinity Christian College today 3-0 on Alumni Court. The Crimson Wave are now 9-23 overall and 2-10 in the CCAC.
The Crimson Wave were led by Gabriela Mendonca
who ended the night with five kills. Sophie Kessler
added four kills and teammate Brianna Wolfe
and Kacey Amendola
split setting duties with Castillo grabbing seven assists and Amendola six. On the defensive end Dani Burge
led the Crimson Wave with 14 digs.
The Crimson Wave will have a week’s rest as they host Purdue University North Central on Tuesday October 16th at 7:00 pm in a CCAC conference game.
Volleyball Sneaks Past PNC 3-2
- The Crimson Wave women's volleyball team took their first conference win of the season last night in Laporte, IN as they beat the Purdue University North Central Panthers 3-2. The Crimson Wave are now 7-12 overall and 1-2 in the CCAC. Read More
Ladies Open Season at Concordia
8/18/12 - The Crimson Wave volleyball team opened their season going 2-2 overall at the Concordia University Invitational in Ann Arbor, Mi this weekend. Read More