Crimson Wave Women's Volleyball
The Crimson Wave women’s volleyball season came to an end last week against Indiana University South Bend.
The season ended with a 9-30 overall record with a 3-15 record in the CCAC.
“To say the least, this season is not what we had expected at all. The girls worked hard in preseason, but did not show off that hard work during this 2014 season. We do have a great core returning and they are excited to move forward and build for next season. We will be making some significant changes that are only going to make this team and program better! We need to work harder offensively and be more consistent at putting the ball away,” said Coach Zimny.
The ladies will be looking to move forward next season as they make their run to get into the CCAC Tournament.
Volleyball Goes 2-2 at CW Invite
The Crimson Wave women’s volleyball team competed in the Crimson Wave Invitational this weekend at the Rittenemeyer Athletic Center.
The Crimson Wave ended the weekend 2-2 overall with wins over Tennessee Wesleyan and Indiana University Northwest. The Crimson Wave beat Tennessee Wesleyan 3-1 and were led by 11 kills from Nicole Gill and 14 digs from Kacey Amendola. Rachel Eizenga tallied 16 assists.
CCSJ took care of business against IUN 3-0 with 11 kills from Gill and 10 from Monique LaForce. Amendola recorded 14 digs while teammate Hayley Maverick recorded 15.
On Saturday the Crimson Wave took losses to Purdue North Central and Cincinnati Christian. The ladies fell to PNC 3-1. Gill again led the team with 18 kills while LaForce had 11. Eizenga tallied 27 assists and Amendola posted 33 digs.
In the second match of the day Saturday CCSJ fell to Cincinnati Christian 3-1. McKenzie Pantana had 11 kills while Gill had 10. Eizenga posted 22 assists with Catheryne Wright contributing 20. Amendola ended the match with 27 digs.
Amendola was named to the All-Invitational team for her performance this weekend.
The Crimson Wave are now 7-25 overall and will be back in action on Friday against Judson in the CCAC Crossover match.
Volleyball Falls to IUSB
The Crimson Wave women’s volleyball team fell to Indiana University South Bend on Tuesday night.
IUSB bested CCSJ 27-25, 25-16, and 25-19. The ladies are now 4-21 on the season and 1-8 in the CCAC.
Nicole Gill led the Crimson Wave with 11 kills. McKenzie Pantana and Monique LaForce each had 7 kills.
Setters Rachel Eizenga and Catheryne Wright tallied 20 and 11 assists respectively for the Crimson Wave.
The ladies will return to action on Thursday October 9th when they travel to Moody Bible.
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