WSU Volleyball In the Wolf Pack Invitational

After sweeping all 3 opponents in the Cougar Challenge last week, the Cougar volleyball team takes their show on the road this weekend to be a part of the Nevada Wolf Pack Invitational, in Reno. The Cougar women dominated last week, taking out Alabama State, Seattle U and Weber State in convincing fashion in front of the home crowd at Bohler Gym.

The Cougars are off to a pretty good start to the season, now sitting at 4-2 on the season. All 4 victories have been by way of sweep, as they also swept Montana to open the season before losing a match to Pacific and a heart breaker to Idaho.

Since we haven’t talked about the V-ball ladies yet, a little background from about our coaching staff and stars:

Head Coach Jen Stinson Greeny (16-22 at WSU, 2nd year; 129-46 in career, 6th year)…during her first season Greeny’s team doubled the total number of wins from the previous season, including four more wins in the elite Pac-12 Conference action…the Cougar team also won 23 of 25 sets in the spring of 2012…senior Meagan Ganzer became the first Cougar to be named to All-Pac-12 and All-Pacific Region teams since 2002 when Greeny was as assistant coach, and All-American, the fourth in WSU history and the first since 1996….assistant coaches Pat Stangle (former head coach at Wyoming, former asst. coach at Washington) and Burdette Greeny (former asst. coach at LCSC)…Katie Hinrichs, coordinator of operations (former player at LCSC)…volunteer coach Shannon Wyckoff Hunt was the first WSU player to reach 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs in a career.

We’ll keep you updated on the team as they attempt to be even better this season, on their way to the NCAA Tournament!

Go Cougs!

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