Tag Archives: Men’s Volleyball

Fired Coach Foster speaks out

By Roza Panos Hadley Foster, Quincy University’s former men’s volleyball coach, speaks out after being fired on Feb. 27. QU announced in a press release the same day that Foster will no longer serve in his capacity as men’s volleyball coach. The release also said that this was a personnel matter and that the university would not have any further comment.

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4th Time A Charm!

Photo by Denny Sinnock The Quincy University men’s volleyball team ended the regular season on Sunday night (April 10), after falling to No. 2 Ohio State on the road in Columbus, Ohio. The Hawks (18-22, 4-12 MIVA) and Buckeyes (25-3, 15-1 MIVA) had already sealed their Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Tournament bids earlier in the weekend. Quincy locked in the No.

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Lawson 1000!

Photo by Denny Sinnock Senior Ian Lawson recorded his 1,000th kill in a thrilling five-set win over IPFW. Photo by Denny Sinnock He now ranks as the 7th volleyball player in QU history to reach 1000 career kills. Ironically, senior Jack Gamache earned his 1000th kill against IPFW earlier this season as well, in a five-set win. For the first time

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Huge Weekend Approaches for QU Men’s Volleyball!

Last Wednesday on the 23rd of March, Quincy University men’s volleyball team welcomed the undefeated Missouri Baptist to Pepsi Arena and sent them home with their first lost of their season. After last week’s victory, the Hawks went off into Easter Break to regroup after playing 36 matches so far this season. Now, this weekend approaching has been highly anticipated by

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Congratulations Jack Gamache AKA Mr. 1000!

Photo by Denny Sinnock | On Friday, February 26th, in a match against conference foe IPFW, senior men’s volleyball player, Jack Gamache, reached an incredible milestone of 1,000 career kills! He became the 5th player in QU men’s volleyball history to earned the honor. Photo by Chris Chappell’e In a recent interview, Gamache shared his thoughts on his career thus

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