Argo volleyball coach celebrates 300th victory


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Athletic Director Dave Scott (left), UWF President Judy Bense (center) and Melissa Wolters (right) celebrate Wolters 300th win for UWF.
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best place to buy generic canadian viagra from online pharmacy The Women’s Volleyball team faced off against conference rival Christian Brothers University Friday evening. The Lady Argos swept CBU in a 3-0 match, bringing the No. 21-ranked Argos to a record of 13-2. The team also continues on with a nine-game undefeated streak.

The lady Argos averaged 50 points, 43 kills, 1 ace, 6 blocs, 41 assists, and 56 digs.

“I thought we stayed persistent in staying to the game plan,” said outside hitter Katy Kuhlmeier. We kept the energy up even when we had a little dip down in some parts, and Christian Brothers really brought their game as well.”

“I thought we had a pretty balanced offense,” said head coach Melissa Wolters. “We contained the players that we needed to contain on the other side of the net. Overall a really good effort.”

In addition to Friday’s victory, Wolters celebrated her own milestone. Before the game, she was recognized for her 300th win as head coach of the Argo volleyball team. University President Judy Bense and Athletic Director Dave Scott presented her with a signed team photo taken at Wolters 300th victory.

Coach Wolters expressed her thanks to the entire volleyball program for helping her make it to this point. “I can’t do this by myself, it’s a full team effort. From my No. 1 player to my No. 16 player, every one that helps out, the administration, strength and conditioning. That’s not mine, it’s ours,” Wolters said of her achievement. This victory against CBU marks Coach Wolters’s 301st victory as head coach.

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