Western New England University. September 28, 2021 Women's Volleyball. Seahawks Sweep Golden Bears in CCC Match. Box Score. Western New Eng. (6-7,1-2 CCC) 0. VS.
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Spirited Competition . In 2007, Western New England University became the 14th member of The Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC). Eighteen of the 20 varsity sports at Western New England University compete under the CCC championships and a bid to the NCAA Tournament.
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at USATF New England Open @ Boston, Mass ... Western New Eng. vs. Salve Regina. ... 2021 Salve Regina University Women's Volleyball Schedule. Overall 11-8. Pct..579.
Tweet. MILTON, Mass. - The Curry College women's volleyball team suffered a 3-0 Commonwealth Coast Conference defeat to Western New England University Tuesday evening at the Dr. Eleanor Meyerhoff Katz Gymnasium. Set scores were 25-14, 25-17, 25-19. With the loss, Curry drops to 10-12 overall on the season and 1-6 in CCC play.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Cassidy Samuelson powered down a career-best 19 kills and Emilyann Ashford added 14 on .462 hitting as the Keene State College women's volleyball team won for the second time in three nights, beating Western New England University 3-2 (19-25, 25-21, 20-25, 25-19, 15-9) Thursday evening at the Alumni Healthful Living Center.
Becca Mayer, Western New England, Women's Volleyball, Libero of the Week Posted: Sep 07, 2021 BIDDEFORD, Maine - Sophomore libero Becca Mayer (Berlin, Conn.) had a strong showing in Western New England’s 2-0 result in a tri-match with Framingham State and UMass Dartmouth over the weekend.