Junior Quin Krisik of the MSOE men’s volleyball team has been named the Midwest Collegiate Volleyball League Offensive Player of the Year, the league office announced Wednesday as part of its post-season awards.
The No. 14-ranked MSOE men’s volleyball team pushed No. 8 Dominican to extra points in each of the first two sets but could not overtake the host Stars in falling 27-25, 26-24 25-21 in the MCVL Tournament Semifinals Friday evening at Igini Sports Forum.
Senior Joe Humpal had 19 kills and the No. 14-ranked MSOE men’s volleyball team rallied from a 2-0 deficit to defeat Adrian 17-25, 22-25 25-14, 25-16, 15-9 Saturday morning at the Merillat Sport and Fitness Center.
The start of league play is the theme of the week for many of the Raider teams. Baseball, Softball, and Men's Tennis will each get started. Meanwhile, Lacrosse and Men's Volleyball will look to keep hot runs going in their schedules. Track & Field (hopefully) and Golf are set for the beginning of their spring seasons, as well.
Spring is in the air, or so the Raiders hope. Men's Volleyball faces a critical match Wednesday against Carthage and both Softball and Baseball hope to open their home schedules this week. Lacrosse and Men's Tennis are looking to get on a winning track and the Track & Field teams also want to get the outdoor season started.
Junior Logan Baerenwald finished with 18 kills and senior Scott Boyk tallied 14 to lead the No. 14 MSOE men’s volleyball team to an exciting 20-25, 25-21, 25-20 victory over Mount St. Joseph Friday evening at the Kern Center.
Junior Logan Baerenwald had 15 kills and senior Ed Krupski added 10 as the No. 14 MSOE men’s volleyball team avenged a season-opening loss with a three-set sweep of Cardinal Stritch 25-17, 25-17, 25-21, Wednesday evening at the Kern Center.
The Raiders send three student-athletes to NCAA Championships this week as Jerica Kotarak returns to the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships and a pair head off to the NCAA Wrestling Championships in Devin Mahnke and Austin Bellile. Baseball and Lacrosse are also in their second week of competitions and Men's Volleyball has won 11 of its last 12 matches.
Junior Logan Baerenwald tallied 16 kills on .481 attacking and the MSOE men’s volleyball team picked up its first win over a ranked opponent of the season with a 25-14, 20-25, 25-16, 25-14 win over No. 12 Rivier Friday afternoon at the Kern Center.
Junior Quin Krisik posted the second triple-double in school history and junior Logan Baerenwald had 27 kills but it was not enough as the MSOE men’s volleyball team fell to No. 8 Carthage in five sets 25-22, 25-22, 18-25, 21-25, 15-8 Wednesday evening at Tarble Arena.
It's Spring Break on campus and the Raiders have headed south. Baseball continues its spring trip in Florida and will be joined by the start of the Softball season, and Men's Tennis. Lacrosse opens the season in Texas, where Rowing will train with Baylor. Men's Volleyball is left in the cold, playing three late-week matches at home.
The post-season is in full swing for the Raiders. Men's Basketball starts its NACC Tournament run Wednesday while Track & Field is at the NACC Championships Saturday. Wrestling, meanwhile, heads to the NCAA West Regional Championships Saturday.