Jill Wrenn

Number5
ClassFr.
PositionOH/RS
Height5-11
HometownCentennial, Colo.

Statistics

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Season    G    K   K/G    E   TA    Pct    A   A/G   SA   SE  SA/G  RE  DIG   D/G  BS  BA Total   B/G  BE BHE
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2006      99  168  1.70   92  546   .139   31  0.31    0    0  0.00   5   62  0.63   1  51    52  0.53   8   7
2005     106  217  2.05  124  667   .139   48  0.45    7   24  0.07  14  116  1.09   3  54    57  0.54   4   4
2004     104  384  3.69  142  974   .248   10  0.10    1    4  0.01  10  107  1.03   5  38    43  0.41   3   0
2003      95  241  2.54  148  679   .137   26  0.27   14   37  0.15   3   74  0.78   3  55    58  0.61   1   0

Notes:

2006: Played in 99 games ... Ranked third on the team in blocks with 52 ... Ranked fifth on the team in kills with 168, which helped move her up to fourth in most career kills ... Had 62 digs and 31 assists ... Had a season high 15 kills along with three blocks and two digs against Metro State on Sep. 23 ... Had 13 kills, three assists, and two block against Chadron State on Sep. 30 ... Had 11 kills, four blocks, two digs, and one assist against CSU-Pueblo on Sep. 9 ... Had 10 kills, four digs, three blocks against Colorado Mines on Sep. 15.

2005: Named honorable mention All-RMAC ... Played in 106 games ... Ranked third on the team in blocks with 57 as well as third in assists with 48 ... Ranked fourth on the team in kills with 217, which moved her up to fifth in most career kills in school history ... Ranked fifth on the team in digs with 116 ... Posted a career-high eight blocks against Adams State on Sept. 23 ... Had a career-high five assists vs. Texas A&M-Commerce on Aug. 26 ... Hit .600 with two assists and a dig against Western State on Sept. 9 ... Posted 15 kills, 11 digs, two assists, and two aces against Metro State on Oct. 6 ... Had 14 digs, 10 kills, three assists, and two blocks against Fort Hays State on Oct. 16

2004: Had a superb sophomore season as she was named second team All-RMAC ... Played in all 104 games ... Led the Mountain Lions and ranked seventh in the conference in kills per game with 3.69 ... Finished the season with 384 kills, the highest single season total for a Mountain Lion since Audrey Nelson posted 568 in 2000 ... Was second on the team and No. 16 in the RMAC in hitting percentage at .248 ... Also posted 107 digs and 43 blocks ... Was named RMAC Player of the Week for the week of Sept. 21-28 ... During that week, she averaged 4.00 kills/game (32 total) and hit .329 ... She was also a defensive force as she posted 16 blocks and nine digs, helping to lead Mountain Lions to a pair of impressive wins over Adams State and New Mexico Highlands ... Had 20 or more kills in a match on four occasions .... Hit a career-high .750 against SE Oklahoma State on Aug. 27 ... Hit .441 and added 19 kills in a three game sweep of Fort Lewis on Nov. 15 ... Had 18 kills and had a career-high five blocks in a sweep of Chadron State on Oct. 2

2003: Originally was supposed to redshirt in 2003, she was forced into action early and respond well, ranking third on the team in kills with 241 ... Had 58 blocks and 74 digs to go along with her 14 service aces ... Pounded down a career-high 21 digs and hit .265 against Fort Lewis on Sept. 20 ... Hit .343 with 19 kills against Western State on Sept. 26 ... Also had 19 kills against Mesa State on Sept. 27 ... Had double-digit kills nine other times

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: Lettered three years at Grandview High School ... Received the Leader of the Pack award ... Helped Grandview to back-to-back top five finishes in state her junior and senior years

Personal Notes:

Personal: Majoring in Communations with a minor in Marketing... Enjoys snowboarding ... Has one brother, Travis ... Parents are John and Paula Wrenn ... Born July 26, 1985.

Stories featuring Jill Wrenn

August 17, 2007Volleyball Season PreviewOpponents might call on the Army for help when they face the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team this season. That's because the Mountain Lions have already employed the services of both the Air Force and the Navy.
November 2, 2006Season ends with playoff lossSILVER CITY, N.M. – The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs wasn’t just invited to the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers’ block party Thursday, the Mountain Lions were the guests of honor.
October 28, 2006Mountain Lions roll in regular-season finaleCOLORADO SPRINGS - Wow. Where did that come from?
October 14, 2006Season-best hitting performance leads way to winThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team hit a season-high .366 Saturday in a 3-0 (30-19, 30-18, 30-21) win over the Colorado Christian Cougars at Lakewood.
October 6, 2006UCCS tops Highlands at crossover tournamentKEARNEY, Neb. – Andrea Weedman had 13 kills to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 3-1 (30-25, 30-23, 23-30, 30-25) victory over the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls Friday at the Health and Sports Center.
September 30, 2006Weedman helps serve up a win at ChadronThe Mountain Lions went to Nebraska needing a split and got exactly that Saturday.
September 23, 2006UCCS comes back to stun Metro StateCOLORADO SPRINGS � University of Colorado at Colorado Springs coach Jessica Wood had seen this before. After battling back to force a deciding fifth game, her Mountain Lions tightened like those too-snug pants on Thanksgiving afternoon. That tension increased with every point as their 5-2 lead over the Metro State Roadrunners turned into a 10-8 deficit.
September 15, 2006UCCS has five in double-figure kills in winStephanie Laband and Andrea Weedman had 12 kills each to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 3-1 (23-0, 30-22, 30-22, 30-20) win over the Colorado School of Mines Orediggers Friday evening at Golden, Colo.
September 9, 2006UCCS volleyball scores come-from-behind win, grab series pointsDENVER – Down 29-28 in Game 4 of Saturday’s volleyball match against the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was not just facing match point. The Mountain Lions were also staring at an 0-3 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference record, a fourth straight loss and an 0-4 deficit in Steel and Silver Series points.
September 8, 2006UCCS volleyball swept on Day 1 of crossover tournamentThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs struggled on the opening day of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference East/West Crossover Tournament, dropping a 3-0 (30-22, 30-26, 30-27) decision to the Fort Lewis Skyhawks and falling 3-1 (30-15, 30-26, 20-30, 30-26) to the Western New Mexico Mustangs Friday at the Auraria Events Center in Denver.
August 26, 2006Mountain Lions take tournament finaleCOLORADO SPRINGS – Andrea Weedman had 20 kills and 17 digs as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs wrapped up the 2006 AmeriSuites/Mountain Lion Invitational with a 3-1 (30-18, 31-33, 30-28, 30-26) victory over the Georgian Court Lions Saturday night at the Lions’ Den.
August 24, 2006Akers, UCCS have fun in openerCOLORADO SPRINGS – Brooke Akers had a lot of fun Thursday night, and that made it fun for all Mountain Lions fans.
August 21, 20062006 volleyball previewHaving led the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs in each of her first two seasons, it might be reasonable to expect that coach Jessica Wood and the Mountain Lions had earned a little respect from their peers.
August 14, 2006UCCS chosen fourth in coaches' pollThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team was selected to finish fourth in the East Division in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference’s annual preseason coaches’ poll.
April 7, 2006UCCS student-athletes visit hospitalAthletes that reach the intercollegiate level are accustomed to maximizing their physical abilities, or honing the mechanism, so to speak.
November 10, 2005Three Mountain Lions named All-RMACUCCS junior middle blocker Kelley Angel was named first-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the RMAC announced Thursday. Teammate Andrea Weedman was named second-team All-RMAC, while Jill Wrenn was honorable mention.
October 29, 2005UCCS slips into secondThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs slipped into a tie for second place in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference’s Western Division with a 3-0 (30-26, 30-29, 30-22) loss to the Mesa State Mavericks in Grand Junction Saturday.
October 22, 2005UCCS thumps Highlands to remain in first-place tieCOLORADO SPRINGS - The Mountain Lions faced their first true must-win situation of the season Saturday night and passed the test.
October 16, 2005Win over Fort Hays keeps UCCS atop Western DivisionThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team went into this weekend's difficult road trip needing a split to retain its spot at the top of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's Western division.The Mountain Lions got what they needed Sunday afternoon with a 3-2 (29-31, 30-27, 32-34, 30-19, 15-7) victory over the Fort Hays State Tigers at Gross Memorial Coliseum in Hays, Kan.
October 15, 2005Kearney dominant in topping UCCS The Nebraska-Kearney Lopers subjected the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a bit of turnabout Saturday night.Nebraska-Kearney defeated the Mountain Lions 3-0 (30-12, 30-13, 30-12), holding UCCS to an -.083 hitting percentage. The Mountain Lions had swept their previous three matches, holding two opponents to a negative hitting mark and the other to .009.
October 12, 2005UCCS wins ninth straight home matchThe middle blockers of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs accounted for 22 kills and hit a robust .576 as the Mountain Lions defeated the Grand Canyon ‘Lopes 3-0 (30-25, 30-17, 30-22) Wednesday night at the Lions’ Den.
October 10, 2005Angel named west division player of the weekUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs junior Kelley Angel was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference West Division Player of the Week, the conference announced Monday.
October 8, 2005Volleyball ends 13-year drought with win over RegisIt was a very bad weekend for monkeys at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
October 7, 2005Volleyball stuns Metro StateSometimes, ignorance really is bliss.
October 7, 2005Volleyball moves into first place in RMAC WestComing off Thursday's emotional win over national powerhouse Metro State, there was a very real concern that the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team might suffer a letdown on Friday against the struggling Colorado Christian Cougars.
October 1, 2005Meeter adds Name to all-time list in winLibero Laura Meeter had 38 digs, the second-highest total in school history, to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs to a 3-1 (33-31, 30-22, 24-30, 30-26) victory over the Chadron State Eagles Saturday afternoon at Chadron, Neb.
September 23, 2005Volleyball sets record with winThe Mountain Lion volleyball team set one record Friday night and will shoot to tie another on Saturday.
September 16, 2005Volleyball equals record for consecutive conference winsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs equaled its school record for consecutive conference wins Friday night with a 3-0 (30-27, 32-30, 30-22) victory over the Fort Lewis Skyhawks.
September 10, 2005Volleyball wins fourth straightMesa State looked into its own past Saturday night and something entirely unexpected happed – the memory came out on top.
September 9, 2005Volleyball impressive in winning RMAC openerThe Mountain Lions volleyball team won their third straight match Friday night and did so in convincing fashion.The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs hit a robust .279 to cruise to a 3-0 (30-22, 30-19, 30-24) victory over the Western State Mountaineers at the Lions' Den in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opener for both teams.
September 3, 2005Middle blockers lead UCCS to winMiddle blockers Kelley Angel and Caroline Ottino combined for 36 kills as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs evened its record at the Amerisuites/Mountain Lion Invitational with a 3-1 victory over the St. Mary's Rattlers on Saturday.
September 1, 2005Volleyball dominates stats, loses matchDespite an 83-46 advantage in kills, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was defeated 3-2 (19-30, 30-27, 25-30, 35-33, 15-13) by the Cameron Aggies Thursday night at the Lions' Den.
August 27, 2005UCCS volleyball notches first winDiane Sheldon had 13 kills to lead the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team to its first victory of the season, a 3-1 (30-25, 26-30, 30-24, 30-28) victory over the Dallas Baptist Patriots Saturday evening at the ASU Concho Classic in San Angelo, Texas.
August 26, 2005Volleyball drops first two matches of seasonThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' much-anticipated 2005 volleyball season got off to a rocky start Friday as the Mountain Lions dropped their first two matches of the season at the ASU Concho Classic at San Angelo, Texas.
August 22, 2005Volleyball season previewRocky Mountain Athletic Conference opponents have often referred to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs as "the sleeping giant," confiding in hushed tones that if the Mountain Lions ever get on equal footing in terms of tradition and funding, they'll dominate. While it may be an overstatement to say that the 2005 version of UCCS volleyball is ready to reach giant status just yet, it would certainly be realistic to say that they're at least poised to take a giant leap.
August 15, 2005Volleyball picked second in preseason pollThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team was picked to finish second in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference’s Western Division in the 2005 preseason coaches poll, the conference announced Monday.
February 15, 2005Three selected to attend NCAA Action AcademySenior woman administrator/compliance coordinator Sarah Cartwright, volleyball player Jill Wrenn and cross country/track athlete Jason Braun will be attending the NCAA Division II Student-Athlete Leadership Action Academy on Feb. 18-20.
November 13, 2004Season comes to an end in KearneyPerhaps if the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs hadn’t played the Nebraska Kearney Lopers so tightly in their first meeting of the season, the Lopers may have looked past CU-Colorado Springs.After the Mountain Lions gave No. 1 Nebraska Kearney all they could handle on Oct. 16, the Lopers knew they would have to bring their A-game when the two teams met again in the opening round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament Friday night in Kearney, Neb. And that’s exactly what the Lopers did.As they have done all season Nebraska-Kearney (34-0) proved it was the best team in the country dismantling the Mountain Lions 3-0 (30-13, 30-20, 30-21). Kearney outhit CU-Colorado Springs .361 to .077.
November 6, 2004Mountain Lions playoff boundThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs defeated the Colorado College Tigers 3-0 (30-22, 30-28, 30-25) in a match that ended at 7:20 p.m. Saturday night. But the Mountain Lions’ bigger victory came two hours later in the mountain town of Gunnison.
November 5, 2004Mountain Lions WaitingIt's out of their hands now.
October 30, 2004Mesa beats up on CU-Colorado Springs 3-0The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs lost a crucial Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference match to the Mesa State Mavericks Saturday evening in the Lions' Den. The Mavericks swept CU-Colorado Springs 3-0 (30-28, 30-24, 30-22).
October 29, 2004CU-Colorado Springs knocks off WesternThe University of Colorado at Colorado Spring kept its playoffs hopes alive with an impressive home win over the Western State Mountaineers Friday night at the Lions' Den.
October 24, 2004Long road trip ends with sixth straight defeat.A long road trip ended in loss for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Sunday afternoon in Silver City, N.M. The Mountain Lions dropped their sixth consecutive match, this time to Western New Mexico 3-0 (30-28, 30-22, 30-26) in non-conference action.
October 24, 2004CU-Colorado Springs loses fourth straight.After another tough road loss the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs now has a razor thin margin of error if it is to make the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament. CU-Colorado Springs again played well Saturday night in Las Vegas, N.M. but lost to the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls 3-1 (31-29, 22-30, 30-25, 30-26).
October 22, 2004Adams State knocks off Mountain Lions in fourThings started well for the University at Colorado at Colorado Springs Friday evening in Alamosa. Unfortunately, the night ended with a loss as the Adams State Grizzles beat the Mountain Lions 3-1 (20-30, 30-24, 30-19, 30-24).
October 17, 2004Mountain Lions lose second straight to ranked foeCOLORADO SPRINGS – The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs lost its second straight match to a nationally-ranked opponent, falling 3-0 (30-26, 30-17, 30-17) to the No. 12 Fort Hays State Tigers Sunday at the Lions’ Den.
October 16, 2004UCCS gives No. 1 Kearney all it can handleNot much changed for the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers after they defeated the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 3-0 (33-31, 30-20, 30-27) Saturday at the Lions' Den.
October 9, 2004Mountain Lions bounce back, beat CCUThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team got back on track Oct. 8 in Lakewood, Colo. One night after having their four-game win streak snapped, the Mountain Lions defeated the Colorado Christian Cougars 3-1 (31-29, 30-21, 34-32, 30-25).
October 9, 2004Mountain Lions can't handle RegisDENVER - Saturday night's 3-0 (30-26, 30-28, 30-23) loss to the Regis Rangers didn't do anything to derail the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' playoff aspirations. It did, however, deny the Mountain Lions an opportunity to enhance those chances.
October 7, 2004Metro State tops Mountain LionsDENVER - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs had hopes of ending 10 years of Metro State domination Thursday night. After the Roadrunners' 3-0 (30-24, 30-23, 30-23) win at the Auraria Events Center, the Mountain Lions must reserve that hope until year 11.
October 3, 2004Mountain Lions Use comeback to win fifth straight vs. RMACWith the match and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs’ three-game win streak on the line, Natalie Newberry delivered in the clutch. After Jill Wrenn nailed a kill to tie the fifth game at 11-11 it was Newberry’s turn in the Mountain Lions’ serve rotation. The freshman stepped behind the red line and nailed four straight outstanding serves. As Newberry served the Mountain Lions won the final four points of the game to break the Colorado Mines Orediggers hearts 3-2 (30-25, 28-30, 17-30, 30-19, 15-11).
October 2, 2004Mountain Lions sweep Chadron, win fourth in a row vs RMACThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs picked up its third straight win Saturday afternoon in the Lions' Den. CU-Colorado Springs beat the Chadron State Eagles 3-0 (30-22, 30-26, 31-29).
September 28, 2004Wrenn named RMAC West Division player of the weekUniversity of Colorado at Colorado Springs sophomore Jill Wrenn was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference’s West Division volleyball player of the week, the conference announced Tuesday.
September 25, 2004Mountain Lions upset Adams StateWhat a big win. The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs upset the Adams State Grizzles 3-1 (30-18, 28-30, 30-25, 30-25) Friday night in the Lions' Den.
September 25, 2004Defense leads volleyball to second straight winKelley Angel had 10 blocks and Natalie Newberry added 23 digs as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team leaned on its defense to win its second straight match, 3-1 (30-19, 23-30, 30-27, 30-27) over the New Mexico Highlands Cowgirls Saturday evening at the Lions' Den.
September 18, 2004Colorado College makes it four straight over UCCSEverything seemed to be going so well.
September 17, 2004Mountain Lions top Fort Lewis in DurangoAfter a week of frustration the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs finally got what it was looking for - a conference win.
September 14, 2004CSU-P Takes Round 1 Over UCCSAlthough the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team lost its fourth straight match Tuesday night, the Mountain Lions accomplished something in the loss. They brought excitement back to the Lions’ Den.On a night where there was a tremendous atmosphere in the gym, CU-Colorado Springs lost a four-game marathon against I-25 rival Colorado State-Pueblo 3-1 (30-22, 26-30, 33-31, 31-29).
September 12, 2004Mountain Lions hang tough, still get swept by MavsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team ran into the toughest opponent it has played all year Saturday evening in Grand Junction, Colo. And for at least one game, the Mountain Lions proved they could play with one of the best teams in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.
September 10, 2004Mountain Lions drop conference opener to Western StateThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team opened its conference season with a heartbreaking five-game loss at Western State Friday. CU-Colorado Springs (5-3, 0-1 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) lost to the Mountaineers 3-2 (30-27 18-30, 30-28, 30-22, 17-15) before raucus crowd of 358 at Paul Wright Gym in Gunnison, Colo.
September 4, 2004Volleyball's five-match win Streak endsGUNNISON, Colo. - It took reinforcements from Europe to slow down the streaking Mountain Lions.
September 3, 2004Mountain Lions equal last year's win markGUNNISON, Colo. - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team equaled its win total for all of 2003 when the Mountain Lions defeated St. Joseph's 3-2 (29-31, 30-23, 31-29, 30-32, 15-9) at the Comfort Inn Invitational Friday night.
August 28, 2004Mountain Lions off to Great StartThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is off to its best start in three years as the Mountain Lions won three out of four matches in a season-opening tournament in Stephenville, Tex.CU-Colorado Springs lost the opening game Friday against Angelo State 3-1 before putting together three straight dominating wins. The Mountain Lions swept Southeastern Oklahoma State on Friday and also needed just three games to beat both Dallas Baptist and Tarleton State on Saturday
August 20, 20042004 Season PreviewFirst year head coach Jessica Wood will look to a pair of wily veterans to provide leadership on what is otherwise a young University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team.
November 9, 2003Volleyball ends season on the roadThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball lost two games on the road over the weekend brining its season to end.CU-Colorado Springs lost to the Western State Mountaineers 30-26, 30-28, 30-13 on Friday in Gunnison before losing to the Mesa State Mavericks 27-30, 30-28, 30-14, 30-20 Saturday night in Grand Junction.
October 25, 2003Volleyball loses to Western New Mexico, snaps win streakThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (5-20) volleyball team had its two game winnings streak snapped by the Western New Mexico Mustangs (12-13) Saturday evening at the Lions’ Den.Western New Mexico beat the Mountain Lions in three games 30-18, 30-26, 30-28.
October 22, 2003Mountain Lions end streak, beat Highlands in threeFor over a month the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (4-19, 2-12 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) had been mired in a frustrating losing streak that had reached 12 matches.
October 13, 2003Mountain Lions struggle on the roadThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (3-17, 1-11 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) was dominated on the road this weekend by the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers and Fort Hays State Tigers.
October 3, 2003Volleyball loses sixth straightColorado Christian (5-10, 2-5 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) defeated the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (3-13, 1-6) volleyball team in four games Friday night at the Lions’ Den. CU-Colorado Springs won the opening game 30-20, before losing 22-30, 20-30, and 23-20.
September 27, 2003Lions can't survive Game 5For the fifth time in their past seven matches, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team played well enough to force a deciding fifth game. For the fourth time in those five matches, they couldn't pull out the win.The Mesa State Mavericks beat the Mountain Lions 3-2 Saturday evening at the Lions’ Den. The loss dropped CU-Colorado Springs to 3-12 overall, 1-5 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, while Mesa State improved to 6-8, 3-3.
September 26, 2003Lions fall in five to Western StateThe Western State Mountaineers overcame a 14-11 deficit in the deciding fifth game by scoring five straight points defeat the CU-Colorado Springs Mountain Lions Friday night at the Lions’ Den.Western State took the fifth game 16-14 to win the match 3-1.
September 20, 2003Youngsters shouldering load for Mountain LionsThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs bench is a very lonely place. Having already lost two 6-footers, Desiree Myhre and Kelly Olson, the Mountain Lions now have more coaches and trainers (three) occupying courtside seats that players (two).The Fort Lewis Skyhawks and the Adams State Grizzlies took advantage of CU-Colorado Springs' misfortune this past weekend, with Adams State defeating the Mountain Lions 3-1 on Friday, and Fort Lewis taking an 3-2 heartbreaker Saturday.
September 6, 2003Mountain Lions Learn to Play New PositonsFor a second straight weekend, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team won one and lost three games at tournament. At the Quality Inn Thunderwolf Classic in Pueblo, CU-Colorado Springs defeated Abilene Christian and lost to Texas A&M Commerce, Incarnate Word, and Central Oklahoma.
August 18, 2003Volleyball hoping hard work pays offThis summer, while most of us were still nestled soundly asleep in our beds, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs volleyball team was hard at work.
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