The red, white and blue of the U.S. Womens National Volleyball Team added a little green and white for its upcoming exhibition season. Former Spartan outside hitter Erin Hartley and assistant coach Todd Dagenais will represent America on April 18-20 as the national team begins the exhibition season with three games against Chinas Tianjin. Ever since I was little I wanted to play for the U.S.
Although her Spartan volleyball career ended Saturday night, senior outside hitter Erin Hartley is still receiving reminders about her great senior campaign. Hartley was named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-Mideast Region team Wednesday. Hartley is one of 10 Big Ten players on the 12-person roster. By earning a spot on one of the eight regional teams, Hartley, along with the other 95 regional-team members, is eligible for a place on the AVCA All-America team, which will be announced Dec.
Madison, Wis. - On Saturday night, the No. 20 Spartan volleyball team ran into the only Big Ten team it hadnt topped this season - Wisconsin.And unfortunately for MSU, the No.
One day after the Spartan volleyball team got group recognition in the form of a NCAA Tournament bid, four Spartan players were highlighted for their individual achievements. Senior outside hitter Erin Hartley made her first appearance on the All-Big Ten first team as a unanimous selection.
When junior middle blocker Angela Morley stepped behind the service line with the score 29-24 Saturday night against Indiana at Jenison Field House, fellow Spartan volleyball player senior outside hitter Erin Hartley took a look around.And she didnt look specifically at anything, she looked at what would soon be just a memory.There were certain times out on the court, like when it was 29-24, when I said to myself, this is the last point before Im done here, Hartley said.
The Spartan volleyball team entered the weekend riding a four-game winning streak, and a 3-1 win Friday at Jenison Field House against Northwestern only added fuel to the flames. But the Spartans (16-7, 9-7 Big Ten) ran into a road-block Saturday as they fell 3-0 to the No.
The Spartan volleyball team extended its winning streak Friday night by dropping the Northwestern Wildcats 3-1 at Jenison Field House.The Spartans (16-6, 9-6 Big Ten) have now won five straight matches in the second half of their conference schedule.Freshman outside hitter Kim Schram led the way with a match-high 19 kills.