Led by 15-year coaching veteran Kim Huggins-Habbert, the Wilmington University volleyball team will be conduction a three-day Wildcats in Training: 2019 Volleyball Camp in August for high school students in preparation for the upcoming season.
The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference is proud to continue a new winter highlight series titled "Academics Outside the Classroom." The conference will highlight student-athletes and what they are studying away from the classroom, such as internships, student teaching, studying abroad, research in the field, certification classes, etc.
The 2018 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Fall All-Academic Teams have been announced by Commissioner Dan Mara, with Wilmington University placing 25 student-athletes on the list for their respective sports.
Before entering into the postseason Tuesday, the Wilmington University volleyball team had one Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Player of the Year, with three players being named All-CACC, as voted on by the league’s 14 head coaches.
Despite leading late in the first and third sets, the Wilmington University volleyball team fell to Post, 3-0, in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Tournament First Round matchup in the Drubner Center on Tuesday night.
After missing the last two Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Tournaments, the Wilmington University volleyball team returns to postseason play as the South Division’s No. 4 seed, traveling to the North Division’s top seed Post on Tuesday for the First Round.
In it’s last Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference match of the regular season, the Wilmington University volleyball team found a way to come back from the University of the Science’s 2-1 lead to defeat the Devils 3-2 Saturday afternoon at the Bobby Morgan Arena.
Tied late in sets, the Wilmington University volleyball team couldn’t overcome Jefferson, falling in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference South Division contest, 3-1, on Wednesday night inside the Gallagher Center.
Despite losing 3-0, the Wilmington University volleyball team gave Adelphi University a tough three sets Monday night in their last nonconference matchup of the season at the Center for Recreation and Sport.
The Wildcats ended their home schedule with a 3-0 victory over CACC North Division foe Concordia, 3-0, on Senior Day. The Wildcats honored Jenna Brown, Brittany Ford, and Miranda Shaw prior to the contest. Mandy Behiels led the offense with 10 kills while Rebecca Rawlinson and Jill Braunsberg ended with eight kills each. Miranda Shaw finished with four kills, 20 assists, and 12 digs. Brittany Ford collected three kills and nine digs. And Jenna Brown ended with 17 digs. Copyright 2018; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
The Wilmington University volleyball team fought off three match points in the fourth set, but then couldn’t close out Caldwell with three match points in the fifth, falling, 3-2, in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference cross divisional contest on Saturday at the WU Athletics Complex.
The Wildcats moved into a tie with Georgian Court for third in the CACC South Division with 3-1 win over the Lions on Wednesday night at the Complex. The Wildcats had 20 kills with only one error for a .487 attack percentage int he third set, leading them to victory. Mandy Behiels had 17 kills while Bailey Andrews collected 11. Jenna Brown had 26 digs while Angel Oliver led the party at the net with six block assists. Copyright 2018; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
An all-round solid week of contests played by the Wilmington University athletics programs resulted in five student-athletes being named Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Players of the Week, with three more making the Honor Roll.
In a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference South Division rival match against Goldey-Beacom, the Wilmington University volleyball team cruised to a 3-0 victory over the Lightning Saturday afternoon at the Jones Center.
The Wildcats made it two wins in a row with a 3-0 sweep over Chestnut Hill at home on Tuesday night. The Wildcats are now 15-9 overall and 9-3 in the CACC. Bailey Andrews led the offense with 12 kills while only committing one error on 26 swings for a .423 attack percetnage. Jill Braunsberg dished out 15 assists while Jenna Brown led the back row with 24 digs. The Wildcats have five blocks in the match. Copyright 2018; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
Every set was a close one, but the Wilmington University volleyball team came out on top every time as they beat Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference South Division foe Chestnut Hill College, 3-0, at the WU Athletic Complex Tuesday night.
For the third match in a row the Wilmington University volleyball team produced double digit blocks, as the defense carried the Wildcats to a 3-1 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory at Felician on Saturday afternoon inside Job Gym.
After easily taking the first set, the Wildcats found themselves in a dog fight against Nyack on Homecoming. The Warriors came back to take the next two sets to lead the match, 2-1. Trailing 11-5 in the fourth set, the Wildcats stormed back and took the lead for good with a 6-1 run, 18-16. They carried the momentum into the fifth set, jumping out to a 9-2 lead before closing out the match, 15-13. Copyright 2018; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.
The Wilmington University volleyball team held Dominican to a negative .035 hitting percentage, easily taking the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference match, 3-0, on Friday night inside the Hennessey Center.
It was an all-around team effort as the Wilmington University women’s volleyball team stayed alive to win the match over Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference and crosstown rival Goldey-Beacom, 3-1, Tuesday night at the WU Athletics Complex.
The Wildcats won their fourth straight match with a 3-1 victory over CACC and crosstown rival Goldey-Beacom on Tuesady night. The Wildcats needed to come back froma 9-0 hole in the second set to take the frame. Mandy Behiels led the Wildcats with 16 kills while Jill Braunsberg was an assist shy of a triple-double with 11 kills (.526 attack percentage), 10 digs, and nine assists. The Wildcats are now 11-8, 5-2 in CACC play. Copyright 2018; Wilmington University. All rights reserved.