Western New England University. October 27, 2021 Women's Volleyball. Volleyball Takes Straight Sets from Nichols. Box Score. Western New Eng. (11-12,4-4 CCC) 3. VS. Nichols.
The Western New England Board of Volleyball Officials is dedicated to improving the quality of volleyball officiating for middle school, high school, club, and collegiate competition throughout the greater New England region and beyond. The WNEVO strives to increase the number of competent officials through education and mentoring and promotes involvement in the governing bodies of other volleyball groups.
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The Head Coach of the Western New England University Women's Volleyball program is Samantha Shomo. Other essential personnel include: Assistant Coach Tim Casey; Graduate Assistant Coach Torie Howdeshell; If you're interested in being a member of Western New England University Women's Volleyball program these are the individuals you must contact.
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BIDDEFORD, Maine -- Western New England University overcame a hot start by the University of New England to pick up at 3-1 Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) women's volleyball result (17-25, 25-20, 25-17, 25-16) on Tuesday night (Oct. 5) at Coach Beaudry's Court inside the Harold Alfond Forum. The Golden Bears (8-7, 2-2 CCC) featured a very balanced attack, with six players between nine and seven kills.
The official box score of Women's Volleyball vs Western New England on 10/21/2021
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The official box score of Women's Volleyball vs #6 Western New England (CCC Semifinals) on 11/4/2021
Eighteen of the 20 varsity sports at Western New England University compete under the CCC championships and a bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Golden Bears face some of the toughest competition in New England in the CCC as they battle teams from four Northeast states.
BIDDEFORD, Maine - Sophomore libero Becca Mayer (Berlin, Conn.) had a strong showing in Western New England’s 2-0 result in a tri-match with Framingham State and UMass Dartmouth over the weekend. She averaged 4.44 digs per set, including a personal-best 28 pickups in a five-set match with the Rams. She once again posted double-digit digs against the Corsairs, collecting 12 in a four-set match.
From our outdoor sports complex anchored by Golden Bear Stadium to expansive fitness facilities in the Alumni Healthful Living Center, Western New England University provides a great experience for student-athletes and opportunities for all of our Golden Bears to stay active. ICYMI: @wnewomenshockey won their first game in program history on ...