The Leopards describe the year so far and look ahead to conference play
Increased experience will be key to successful season
Q & A with the volleyball team
Elizabeth Walsh had 21 kills in the two matches
The Leopards are back in action in the Crosstown Tournament this weekend
2015: Appeared in 14 matches in her sophomore season…ended year with 14 digs, four aces and three kills…registered five digs in back-to-back appearances against Saint Peter’s (9/4) and Marist (9/5)…had three digs, two assists and an ace in a rematch with the Peacocks the following weekend (9/12)…had a season-high two kills in the finale at Colgate (11/14).
2014: Saw action in 50 sets in 22 matches during her freshman campaign...recorded four kills, 47 digs and 13 service aces...had four digs and an ace in her first match against Quinnipiac (8/29)...added three digs and an ace at Hofstra (8/29)...came away with four aces and five digs against St. Francis Brooklyn (8/30)...had an ace and a dig versus Santa Clara (8/30)...recored three digs at Seattle University (9/5)...picked up two digs against Oregon State (9/6)...had her first kill against Pacific (9/6)...notched a career-high five aces and five digs against St. Francis Brooklyn (9/10)...chipped in a kill and six digs against Delaware State (9/12)...added two kills and four digs versus Marist (9/12)...had five digs and an ace against Saint Peter's (9/13)...chipped in a dig against Navy (9/19) and NJIT (10/1)...recorded an assist at Bucknell (10/4)...added two digs against Loyola (11/1)...had four digs at Army (11/14).
At Notre Dame: Was a two-year starter...Helped team to the Final Four in CIF Division 1A her senior season...Named to the second team All-League...Received the Coach's Award and was voted Most Inspirational by her teammates...Her team won the league title in her freshman and sophomore seasons...Played for Club Troy, ranked in the top 24 in Southern California in Division 1...Member of the track and field team where she ranked in the top 30 for long jump in California...Earned a spot on the All-Academic Team...Received the White House Presidential Gold Service Award for volunteering over 250 hours.