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VOLLEYBALL TEAM FALLS IN NCAA REGIONAL FINALS

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Posted on November 26, 2013

UPDATE: December 7, 2013

The women’s volleyball team lost, 3-0, to host Wheeling-Jesuit University in the finals of the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional Tournament.

Playing on Dec. 7, Cal U lost by scores of 25-21, 25-18, and 25-16.

The Vulcans finish their 2013 season with a 30-9 overall record.

This is the eighth consecutive year that the team reached the Atlantic Regional championship finals.


UPDATE: December 7, 2013

The women’s volleyball team defeated Clarion University, 3-0, yesterday in the semifinal round of the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional Tournament.

Playing at Wheeling-Jesuit University in West Virginia, the Vulcans won by scores of 25-25, 25-22 and 25-19.

With the tournament wins, Cal U improves to 30-8 overall.

The team plays Wheeling-Jesuit tonight at 7 p.m.

 


 

UPDATE: December 5, 2013

The women’s volleyball team defeated Gannon, 3-1 in the opening round of the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional Tournament on Dec. 5 at Wheeling-Jesuit University.

Cal U won by scores of 25-21, 25-21, and 25-20.

The Vulcans improve to 29-8 overall and advance to the semifinal round. They will play Clarion University at 5 p.m. Dec. 6. 


The women’s volleyball team (28-8) has received an at-large bid and the third seed in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional Tournament, which will take place Dec. 5-7 in the Alma Grace McDonough Center at Wheeling Jesuit University.

 

Cal U will face sixth-seeded Gannon in a quarterfinal match at noon Dec. 5. If the Vulcans defeat the Red Raiders, they will advance to a Dec. 6 semifinal match at 5 p.m. against either Clarion or Seton Hill University. 

Coached by Peter Letourneau, the Cal U volleyball team is making its 10th consecutive appearance in the NCAA Division II Tournament. The Vulcans advanced to the national quarterfinals three consecutive years from 2007-2009 and have appeared in each of the past seven Atlantic Regional championship finals.

The winners of each of the NCAA’s eight regional contests will advance to the championship finals Dec. 12-14 at the U.S. Cellular Center Arena in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.