The Loyola women’s volleyball team (14-18, 9-9) battled against itself throughout its fall season. The Ramblers faced a heap of adversity including injuries and holes in the rotation left by graduated seniors. But as the saying goes, “The show must go on.” And that’s what Loyola tried to do all season.
With less than two weeks left in the regular season, none of the 10 Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) women’s volleyball teams have established a strong grasp on their seed heading into the conference tournament. The …
Although she is not from America, Gabi Maciagowski of the Loyola women’s volleyball team is in good hands. Her teammates try to make her comfortable in a foreign place by singing her countries national anthem at games.
Rookie setter for the Loyola women’s volleyball team (8-9, 3-1) Delilah Wolf is catching the eyes of the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) elite with her high volleyball IQ and ability to act on the fly.
After facing multiple power five conference teams on the road, the Loyola women’s volleyball head coach Chris Muscat said he purposely designed a tough nonconference schedule to challenge his team.
The Loyola women’s volleyball team continues to struggle, dropping two of three games at the Kasas State Invitational and their home opener to UIC.
Senior Morgan Reardon has added another accomplishment to her career stat book. The outside hitter became the 14th Rambler to reach the 1000 kills mark.
The Loyola women’s volleyball team (3-3) has started this season with as much trouble as last season, giving fans a sense of deja vu. The Ramblers dropped two of their first three matches last season before surging onto an 11-match winning streak, the longest since 2002.