Circle City News: 2010-2011

2011 Junior National Championships

Congratulations to all of our teams for a great end of the year finish. A special congratulations should go to our 16 Purple team who finished with a fantastic 3rd place finish at the Junior National Volleyball Championships. Rachel Griffin, Stacy Silvers and Abby Shade were selected to the all tournament team. Way to go girls!

Wolfe Named Horizon League Offensive Player Of The Week

Jessica Wolfe

INDIANAPOLIS - Following an all-tournament team performance at Baylor during the season's opening weekend, Butler senior outside hitter Jessica Wolfe was named Horizon League Offensive Player of the Week. Wolfe averaged a league-best 4.75 kills and 4.88 points per set to during the season's first three matches. Read More >

Purdue Volleyball Great Still at the Net

Marianne Smith Orr set the standard for middle hitters during her Hall of Fame career at Purdue. (Purdue Sports Information photo) Marianne Smith Orr set the standard for middle hitters during her Hall of Fame career at Purdue. (Purdue Sports Information photo)

Harrison senior volleyball player Paige Stevenson is an aspiring middle hitter. Marianne Orr was more than willing to help Stevenson enhance her skills with Circle City Volleyball Club.

Twenty-five years after the former Marianne Smith left Purdue as one of its greatest players, she still teaches the game she loves. Read More >

 

CC Alumni Named to All-BIG EAST Preseason Team

Another Circle City alumni continues to excel at the collegiate level. Senior middle hitter Rebecca Murray (Carmel, Ind.) was the only UConn player to earn preseason honors, as she was named to the All-BIG EAST Preseason Team. Read More >

Paige's Page

Circle City alumni Paige Weber is in her senior season starting for the Arizona Wildcats. She periodically keeps all the fans updated on the Arizona volleyball web site. To see her latest notes, and to follow Paige, just go to http://www.arizonawildcats.com/sports/w-volley/spec-rel/082410aab.html. Arizona is ranked 18th and picked to finish 4th in the PAC 10.