Last December, I wrote an article in the Echo’s Joke Issue about Colby’s volleyball team. The idea of the article was to imitate a piece from The Onion in which I would joke about the team’s lackluster season. It was a mistake.
Colby women's volleyball qualified for the NESCAC playoffs with a win over Wesleyan.
Women’s volleyball got back on track this past weekend, going 3-0 in an away tournament.
Colby volleyball ended a six-match losing streak with a pair of hard-fought wins during the week of Oct. 3, but then suffered three league losses the following week.
The Mules came up short against Bates College on Tuesday night before falling to Connecticut College on Friday and Tufts University on Saturday in a league competition hosted by NESCAC rival Bowdoin College.
Women’s volleyball had a rough time on the road, losing three of their four matches at an Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Invitational this past weekend.
Women’s volleyball bounced back from a loss to Bowdoin College Friday night to trample Bates College in a home victory on Saturday, Sept. 17.
Colby volleyball won the Colby Invitational to open the season.
The Colby volleyball team ended their season with a New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) tournament at Trinity College this past weekend. This tournament was the last chance for the Mules to pick up a win in conference play, but strong performances from Trinity, Wesleyan University and Connecticut College left the Mules winless in the NESCAC.
The Colby College volleyball team hosted their final home game of the season on Saturday, a 3-0 win over Regis College.
Despite playing well against New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) opponents, the Mules were once again unable to come away with a league win.
The Colby volleyball team went into the week looking for its first New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) win, but was unable to get the job done in three chances.
The Colby College volleyball team had a busy weekend, travelling to Boston to compete in the MIT Invitational. On the first day of competition, Colby faced Endicott College and first-ranked Springfield College without posting a win. However, on the second day the team entered the bronze bracket and, after losing their first match to Connecticut College, came back with an impressive win over Smith College.
After a perfect opening weekend, the women's volleyball team headed into their first New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) matches energized and ready to face rival schools.
The Colby College women's volleyball team started off the season with a bang with three convincing wins in as many matches. The team managed to beat each of its first three opponents without dropping a single set.
Maybe it was being back in Wadsworth gym after three away games, maybe it was the team's desire to avenge a loss from last year, but whatever it was, Wednesday, September 23, the Mules found that thing that they have been looking for, and knew they had, in their 3-1 victory over the University of New England. The set score was 25-22, 25-14, 17-15, 15-22 over the team that beat Colby 3-0 last year.