Archive for Volleyball

The Griffons prepare for new opponent Southwestern Oklahoma State University

October 16, 2013 Comments

Mason Marshall

Western volleyball prepares to face off against the Southwestern Oklahoma State Bulldogs for the first time this season. The head coach of the SWOSU Bulldogs, Josh Collins, is only the second coach in their volleyball program history. He took over for longtime head coach Bo Pagliasotti, on 1 Jan. 2012. He served as an assistant […]

Griffon Volleyball Spikes their Record

October 16, 2013 Comments

Mason Marshall

The Missouri Western volleyball team is now now on a five game winning streak after coming up top in the Missouri Southern State Invitational over the weekend. “I think we can keep up the winning streak. We really don’t think about those things. If we keep playing at this level, we definitely can keep it […]

Volleyball heads to Central Oklahoma to open up last road tour

October 15, 2013 Comments

Leo Lemos

Western gets ready to step out onto the court against the Central Oklahoma Bronchos for the eighth MIAA conference game of the season. The Bronchos finished the 2012 season with a final record of 13-18. This season, they have surpassed last season’s win mark, and are currently sitting at an impressive 12-4 record. So far this […]

Volleyball defeats Emporia State to keep home record above .500

October 8, 2013 Comments

Leo Lemos

Western defeated the Hornets of Emporia State 3-1 on Tuesday, Oct. 8. The Griffons, as well as the ESU Hornets, came out ready to play and began to do so explosively. The first set was neck-and-neck the entire time, until the Griffons surpassed the Hornets 28-26 in the set.  Western out-killed the opposition 20-15. The […]

Volleyball senior puts career goals first

October 2, 2013 Comments

Mika Cummins

Volleyball senior Stephanie Hattey recently made a strong decision deciding between her final season as a Griffon and her future career. Hattey, a three-year starter for Western, started her senior season this fall with a lot of hype surrounding her playing abilities. Praised as “one of the most versatile players in the MIAA” after her […]

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