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Volleyball Continues Winning Formula

By Alex Billington Staff Writer The women’s volleyball team is a force to be reckoned with after winning three out of three contests last week. Three ECC opponents stepped onto the court and the Pioneers brushed all three aside, dropping only one set in all three games, moving them to…

Volleyball Keeps the Wins Coming

Heather Norris The C.W. Post women’s volleyball team is on a five-game winning streak. The team has not lost a game since its 2-3 loss to N.Y.I.T. on October 25th. Their overall record is an impressive 9-3 since snapping a four-game losing streak on October 11th with a 3-2 win…

Women’s Volleyball Falls to Dowling

Heather Norris The C.W. Post Women’s Volleyball Team suffered a 3-0 loss at the hands of the Dowling College Golden Lions on Wednesday, October 19th. The loss dropped the team’s record to 11-13 overall and 4-5 in the East Coast Conference, while the Lions improved to 18-3 overall and 9-0…

Volleyball Team’s Downward Slump

Heather Norris The C.W. Post women’s volleyball team has lost two matches in a row after the team fell to the NYIT Bears on Thursday, September 29th. The 3-2 loss was the team’s 9th, dropping the Pioneers’ record to 7-9 overall and 1-2 in conference play. The Pioneers came out…

Volleyball Sweeps Mercy College on Senior Night

The C.W. Post Volleyball team celebrated ‘Senior Night’ with a 3-0 sweep over Mercy College at the Pratt Center last Tuesday.

The win was big for the girls as it brought their overall record back to .500 on the year. For their last home game, seniors Kim Lubeski (Bishopville, MD), Sammy Figliolia (Wantagh, NY), Amanda Ostapow (East Setauket, NY), and Marilena Guadagnini (Huntington Beach, California) were all honored for their volleyball careers at Post.

Dig Pink

The Pioneers volleyball team walked away from their “Dig-Pink” match on Saturday with a split.  The games were played as part of the CW Post-held tri-match that took place in the Pratt Center and featured a very pink setting as coaches from all three teams wore pink and the stands were heavily decorated in the color in order to honor the “Dig-Pink” cause.  In addition to CW Post, the match included teams from Dowling and American International Colleges.