Coed Volleyball Wrapup

Roshel Mullokandov

“One for all and all for one,” proclaimed coed volleyball coach Bill Morris, talking about his team’s unity. With a season of 4-8, Morris doubled the number of wins he had last year, which made him very proud of his team.

“We had a good season, winning four matches,” he said. “But more importantly, you could see the players improving in all aspects of the game as the season progressed.” 

Members of the team also felt good about the season. 

“We did pretty well. Lots of our teammates have improved,” said freshman Nicole Hung. “I’m glad to have participated in such a talented group of players.” 

Even though they didn’t make it to the playoffs, Morris is still impressed with the team’s effort and their success this season.  

“We didn’t make the playoffs, but continually improved from day one, as evidenced by our game one victory over Churchill at the end of the season,” he said. “If you ever had come to see practice you saw real improvement from beginning to end.”

The team beat Whitman in all three sets with scores of 25-13, 25-10, and 25-22. They also beat Rockville in all three sets with scores of 25-17, 25-16, and 25-17. 

For every group of individuals, unity is a huge part of success. The coed volleyball team is no different. According to Morris, the team was “a group of individuals who competed and worked as one.” 

Hung felt similarly. 

“My fellow teammates are wonderful. there is so much enthusiasm within them,” she said. “There is no way to describe it.”

Some people would consider winning every game and making it to the finals as a perfect season, but Morris says that improvement and hard work is enough for him. 

“To be honest I wouldn’t change anything,” he said. “This year was composed of a group a wonderful individuals who worked hard everyday and were fun to be with.”

 

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