Celeste Garcia contributed four
assists and three digs for the
PLYMOUTH, Ind. --- The old adage, “It’s not about where you start, but where you finish,” could very well have been applied to the Prairie State College volleyball team Wednesday night.
The Pioneers were tripped up by host Ancilla by scores of 25-6, 25-9, 25-9 in the season-opener for both squads.
PSC (0-1) picked up a solid effort from sophomore outside hitter Stephanie Asauskas (Homewood-Flossmoor H.S.). The 5-foot-7 Asauskas registered a team-high 10 digs and five kills. She also contributed a pair of block assists.
Sophomore defensive specialist Celeste Garcia (Bloom Trail H.S.) added a quartet of blocks and trio of digs.
The Pioneers will hit the court next on Saturday when they travel to Moraine Valley for a quadrangular match.
PSC Women's Volleyball Team Seeks Experienced Players [August 5, 2014]
The Prairie State College women's volleyball team is seeking experienced players to compete on its 2014 squad.
Interested parties should contact head coach Ashley Ottmann through Prairie State College Coordinator of Sports Information, Chris Kuchta (708-709-3950 or email@example.com ).
In order to compete as a member of the PSC women's volleyball team, a potential player must be enrolled full-time at the college (minimum of 12 semester hours) and have a physical on file with the athletic department.
2014 Volleyball Letters of Intent Signees
The following student-athletes have signed NJCAA letters of intent to continue their academic and volleyball careers at Prairie State College beginning in the Fall 2014 semester:
- Kadesha Hamler (Crete-Monee H.S.)
- Meghan McGuire (Lincoln-Way West H.S.)