Volleyball Edged by Assumption, 3-2, in Season Finale November 16, 2013 WORCESTER, Mass. – Freshman Brennah Gladwill (Citrus Heights, Calif.) notched the first double-double of her career with a personal-best 20... [full story]
Southern Connecticut’s 3-0 Win Spoils Volleyball’s Senior Day November 10, 2013 MANCHESTER, N.H. – Senior Kyla Gustavson (Nashua, N.H.) recorded her eighth double-double of the season with 10 kills and 17 digs on Senior... [full story]
Volleyball’s Team Effort Falls Short Against New Haven, 3-1 November 9, 2013 MANCHESTER, N.H. – Freshman Brennah Gladwill (Citrus Heights, Calif.) led Saint Anselm with a team-high 16 kills for a .325 hitting... [full story]
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- Le Moyne Sinks Volleyball, 3-1 November 2, 2013 SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Sophomore Lauren Oxley (Bristow, Va.) and freshman Catherine Morgan (Farmington Heights, Mich.) each recorded a team-high nine kills as the Saint Anselm College volleyball team dropped a 3-1 result with Le Moyne College on Saturday afternoon in Northeast-10 volleyball action.
- Volleyball Falls in Three Tight Sets with Saint Rose November 1, 2013 ALBANY, N.Y. – Senior Kyla Gustavson (Nashua, N.H.) and freshman Brennah Gladwill (Citrus Heights, Calif.) each recorded 10 kills, but the Saint Anselm volleyball team fell to the College of Saint Rose in three sets for Northeast-10 volleyball action.
- Ravens Fly Past Volleyball, 3-0 October 29, 2013 RINDGE, N.H. – Senior Kyla Gustavson (Nashua, N.H.) led the Hawks with nine kills and 13 digs as the Saint Anselm volleyball team fell to Franklin Pierce University, 3-0, Tuesday evening with set scores of 25-19, 25-22 and 25-9.
- Steinwart Paces Volleyball to 3-2 Win Over Setters October 26, 2013 MANCHESTER, N.H. – Junior Natalie Steinwart (Aurora, Ill.) had a career day with a career second-best in kills with nine, a match-high 48 assists and an all-time high in digs with 22. She hit for a team-best .389 and chipped in one service ace as the Saint Anselm College volleyball team played to 3-2 victory over Pace University and the Hawks held their “Dig-Pink” initiative.