Tagged Volleyball

Dinos volleyball player Keith West talks success of last season

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, October 4 2016 — After a stellar 2015–16 season as the definitive underdogs of the Dinos athletics department, the Dinos men’s volleyball team is hungry for more. Playing their way to the Canada West final four last season, the team narrowly missed out on a ticket to the CIS championships in a…

Dinos men’s volleyball team hungry for Canada West title

By Isaac Celis, September 20 2016 — Boasting a 2015–16 season that took them all the way to the Canada West final four, the Dinos men’s volleyball team looks to repeat that success and push themselves even further in the upcoming 2016–17 season. This year, the team looks to construct a new identity. The team…

Dinos scorers leading Canada West in 2015–16

By Sonny Sachdeva, March 1, 2016 — The 2015–16 season has been a triumphant one for the Dinos varsity teams. As the CIS schedule pushes into the playoffs, the Dinos can look back and reflect on their dominant effort this past season. For many of the Dinos teams, that dominance took the form of statistical…

Dinos women’s volleyball earn comeback win against Mount Royal

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, January 31 2016 — The Dinos women’s volleyball team helped round out this season’s overall Crowchild Classic win over the Mount Royal University Cougars, earning a hard-fought victory on Jan. 30 to complete the three-sport, 16-game series between the two universities. With the win, the Dinos’ 2015–16 record against the Cougars moves…

Dinos women’s volleyball suffers back-to-back losses

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, January 18, 2016 — The Dinos women’s volleyball team came up short in their matches against Trinity Western University on Jan. 15–16, losing both of their home games. The first of these games was a hard-fought back-and-forth affair throughout its five sets. The Dinos’ loss came in final portion of the game,…

Dinos take down No. 1 ranked Pandas

By Eric Licis, November 6 2014 — The Dinos women’s volleyball team showed their resiliency as they clawed out a victory over the No. 1 ranked University of Alberta Pandas in a five-set marathon (25–18, 25–27, 19–25, 25–21, 15–9). The Dinos showed they were prepared right from the start. Second-year right side Janna Ogle killed…

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