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 Wilmington University volleyball team downed Concordia 3-0 Saturday afternoon in a cross-division Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference matchup at the WU Athletics Complex for Senior Day.
The Wilmington University women’s volleyball team could not hang on as Holy Family swept the Wildcats, 3-0, in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference matchup Tuesday night at the Campus Center Gym.