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Monday, April 08, 2024
Hurdle & Queens Fall to Lindenwood on Senior Night

Ty Hurdle was one of seven Queens University of Charlotte Men's Volleyball players celebrated on senior night in their last conference home match of the regular season, ultimately falling to Lindenwood by a 3-1 decision 30-28, 21-25, 25-16, 25-20.

Hurdle played in 3 games, he would have 2 Attack Kills, 3 Attack Errors, and 12 Total Attempts, Hurdle claimed a season-high nine digs to lead Queens University of Charlotte.
Wednesday, March 27, 2024
Hurdle & Queens Fall to Lewis Flyers

Ty Hurdle and his Queens University of Charlotte Men's Volleyball teammates fought a tough battle with the No. 14-ranked Lewis Flyers, winning the first set 25-21 — but eventually falling in the overall match 3-1.

Lewis would win the next three matches 25-11, 25-23, 25-14.
Tuesday, March 26, 2024
Hurdle Helps Queens Defeat Tusculum

Ty Hurdle and his Queens University of Charlotte Men's Volleyball teammates defeated Tusculum 3 – 0.

Queens jumped on Tusculum quickly in the first set. Finalizing the first-set victory was a 5-0 run led by Brian Camacho on the serve to take it 25-10.

In the first game, Queens recorded 10 kills on 14 attempts and zero errors, amounting to an impressive .714 hitting percentage.

In the second game, Tusculum kicked things into gear forcing 15 tie scores and six lead changes. With the help of a kill from Jaden Bramhall, Tusculum came within two points (23-21) to Queens, but two finalizing kills from Albert Warzocha would seal the deal and put Queens up 2 sets to zero.

In the third game, scoring spurts led by Colby Landry paced his Tusculum squad within reach of Queens, but multiple attack errors pieced with blocks from Shaphar Grant and Warzocha catapulted their squad to the 25-21 final victory.

In series history, Queens now lead 8-0 all-time, with the Pioneers only winning five sets in that time span.
Sunday, March 03, 2024
Nike Boston Volleyball Festival Concludes

The Second Week of competition in the Nike Boston Volleyball Festival concluded with three Bermuda teams taking part.

The Paradise Hitters Under 18 team played their final match versus Fusion Power. This was a very tight match with long rallies. Unfortunately, the team lost the match 25-20, 22-25, 15-9. Even though they didn’t win their final match the team made the program, coaches, and their parents very proud of their fight and determination. The team ended up placing 37th out of 62 teams.

Big Wave Riders Under 17 team had a successful day winning their two matches. They came together on the last day showing strong volleyball and making great plays.

They defeated SOSVBC 25-15,25-14, and then they defeated Sport Time 25-22, 25-16. The team placed 24th out of 36 teams.

The Big Wave Riders Under 18 team played exceptionally well by cutting down their errors and making big play moments when the team needed it. They really gelled on the court and showed Boston and these teams how strong their skills have become.

They defeated the MASS Patriots 25-23, 25-18, and then they defeated the Legacy Boys 25-18, 25-18, they finished 36th out of 40 teams.
Saturday, March 02, 2024
Nike Boston Volleyball Festival Continues

The Second Week of competition in the Nike Boston Volleyball Festival continued with three Bermuda teams taking part.

On Day Two the Paradise Hitters Under 18 team won all three matches to move to 4 & 2, they would defeat the Gators Green 25-10, 25-17, they then defeated Mass Premier 25-19, 25-19, before closing out with a 25-10, 25-7 win over Smash.

Head Coach Braedon Cooke said, “After a tough first day of pool play, only going 1&2 in our pool, the Under 18 Girls were ready and fired up to play our second round of pool play today. We knew that most of our struggles on the first day came from being nervous at a big tournament with lots of teams, distractions and games going on everywhere. We wanted to make sure that our second day was a lot better and an improvement from our first day so we put together a game plan that we wanted to implement.

Our second day was leagues ahead of how we played on the first day. We had very tough serves which three off our opponents offense, which allowed us to use all our offensive weapons to score points. We finished 3-0 on the day with most of our games being won by over five points.

We want to care over our winning momentum we had today and, and push to win all of our games tomorrow to hopefully place first in our playoff bracket.”

The Big Wave Riders Under 17 team went 1&2, and have an overall record of 2&4. They went down 26-24, 25-17 to UVC Black, but they would bounce back to defeat CSVC Gold 25-23, 18-25, 15-11, they closed out falling 25-17, 25-20 to South County Juniors.

Head Coach Ben Barnett said, “The Under 17 Boys started off the day against a very fundamentally sounds team in UVC Black who exhibited great reception passing. Although they had some great hits they were not able to overcome the other teams defense.

The Under 17 Boys then played in a 3 set thriller where the team came out victorious against CSVC Gold. After narrowly winning the first set the boys found trouble in the 2nd set with serve reception allowing CSVC gold to build a large lead that couldn’t be brought back. The boys bounced back amazingly in the 3rd set to win 15-11 through great serving and amazing hits from the power position. It was a real team effort and the boys showed a lot of heart.

Our last game of the day did not go in our favor as we played a SCJ Boys who were a hard hitting team with good passing.

The Boys will take all of the experience from today’s games and go into the final day with desire and energy to cap off the tournament.”

The Big Wave Riders Under 18 team came off the courts on Day Two with an overall record of 2&4 this after going 1&2 on the day. they started off with a 30-28, 21-25, 15-10 win over Maine Juniors, but they would fall 18-25, 25-23, 15-11 to the New Haven Juniors, they then closed out falling 25-23, 25-16 to CMASS Apex White.

Head Coach Kevin Manuel said, “I am extremely proud of this Under 18 team. They entered this weekend with only two players ever having played in the Under 18 Division, with the majority of our team jumping up from the Under 16 Division last year.

We haven't had any easy games this weekend and have had to battle some very experienced teams. Including one of the top 10 teams in the northeast. Playing six games with three of the games going to the full three sets.

I could not ask for any more effort than the boys have given this weekend they should be extremely happy with their performance.”
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