The Muskingum University Athletic Department will honor three Ohio Athletic Conference Championship teams at the M-Club Breakfast on Saturday, October 19, during Homecoming weekend. The event will recognize the 1979 Wrestling team, the 1989 Women's Basketball team, and the 1999 Volleyball team. The teams will also be recognized during halftime of the Muskingum vs. Baldwin Wallace football game.
The 19th-ranked Muskingum volleyball team earned their 14th straight-set victory of the 2019 season against Mount Union last night. Junior Brynn Guist guided the Muskies with a team-high 14 kills on 25 attempts, notching a blistering .440 hitting percentage.
The Muskingum volleyball team remained 19th in the latest American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 25 Poll that was released on Tuesday. This marks Muskingum's highest national ranking since 2000. The AVCA Division lll Top 25 Poll is selected by Division lll head coaches representing the eight NCAA regions.
The Muskingum volleyball team moved up two spots to 19th in the latest American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 25 Poll that was released on Tuesday. This marks Muskingum's highest national ranking since 2000. Last week, the Muskies were ranked 21st. The AVCA Division III Top 25 Poll is selected by Division III head coaches representing the eight NCAA regions.
The Ohio Athletic Conference has announced that 21st-ranked Muskingum junior outside hitter Brooke Fatheree and junior libero Jessica Cottle were named the OAC Volleyball Players of the Week for their outstanding performance last week. Fatheree and Cottle helped guide the Muskies to a 3-0 record on the week and their 12th straight-set victory of the 2019 season.
The 21st-ranked Muskingum volleyball team went undefeated at the Muskingum tri-match on Saturday. The Muskies locked in their 12th straight-set victory against John Carroll and conquered 22nd-ranked Wittenberg in four sets.