SYLVANIA, Ohio -- Thane Fanfulik led the Quincy University men's volleyball team with 32 assists in a 25-19, 25-21, 25-21 victory over Park University in the Lourdes Invitational on Friday. Shane McAdams had 14 kills for the Hawks (2-0), and Collin Merk ad
SYLVANIA, Ohio -- The Culver-Stockton men's volleyball team won twice in the Lourdes Invitational on Friday afternoon. C-SC (2-1) beat Lawrence Tech 25-17, 25-14, 25-21. Ammuniki Wood and Erin Lee led the way with 10 kills for the Wildcats, while James Hel
QUINCY, Ill. -- The Quincy University men's volleyball team won its first match of the season, defeating Culver-Stockton 25-17, 20-25, 25-14, 25-21 on Saturday night. It was the first victory for first-year coach Gavin Mueller After the teams split the fi
QUINCY -- An email from a volleyball referee during the fall gave Gavin Mueller validation that he was moving the Quincy University men's volleyball team in the direction he wanted. Players on the team volunteer time with game management duties during wome
QUINCY -- Courtney Kvitle was introduced Friday as the volleyball coach at Quincy Notre Dame. She admits that as recently as two years ago, she never thought she would be accepting a job like this one. The former University of Wisconsin standout graduated,
QUINCY -- The last thing Kristen Gengenbacher expected during a Christmas party was to learn she was an All-American. Yet, in the middle of a gathering for the University of San Diego women's volleyball team at the home of Toreros coach...
When Hannah Peters heard the news that Rich Meyer had been fired as the girls volleyball coach at Quincy Notre Dame, she went home and cried for a couple of hours. Athletic director Bill Connell sent a press release to the local media early Monday afternoon announcing that Meyer would not return to coach the Raiders in 2018.
The numbers speak of Josie Stanford's excellence as player. However, Stanford discovered this year she had room for improvement in one area. Being a better teammate. Stanford, a 6-foot-1 senior middle hitter, was the top offensive player for the Payson Seymour volleyball team that won the Class 1 state championship this fall. She is The Herald-Whig's Player of the Year for her efforts.
Cassie Eidson * Payson Seymour 5-6 * Junior * Setter Eidson moved into the starting lineup and orchestrated the most dangerous offense in the area, recording 964 assists. "She was coachable and very smart about who she set with the ball," Indians coach Te
PAYSON, Ill. Teresa Loos-Tedrow was so focused on getting Payson Seymour to the state volleyball tournament that she remembers the moment she allowed herself to enjoy the accomplishment. She was frying a hamburger. "You don't realize how much you miss com