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Trolls Reign as Region Champions

Women's Volleyball News | 11-23-2014

Trolls Reign as Region Champions

The Trolls claim the title of NCCAA North Central Region Champions with a victory over Bethel College (Mishawaka, Indiana) in the championship match of the region tournament.  Trinity, the top seed of the four-team tournament, got to the finals with a four-set victory over Lincol... Read more

Volleyball Athletes Named to All-Conference Team

Women's Volleyball News | 11-18-2014

Volleyball Athletes Named to All-Conference Team

The Trolls, who finished the conference schedule at the top of the South Division and in second place overall, received a large portion of the CCAC All-Conference honors. Overall the team had four players named to either First Team or Second Team and also claimed three of the top... Read more

Trolls Bow Out in Semifinal Round

Women's Volleyball News | 11-14-2014

Trolls Bow Out in Semifinal Round

It is said that it is hard to beat a time three times in one season and that rang true for the Trolls in the semifinal round of the conference tournament.  After defeating the Tigers twice in the regular season, No. 2 Trinity fell to No. 6 Olivet Nazarene University (Bourbonnais,... Read more

Lauren Macadlo Named Player of the Week

Women's Volleyball News | 11-12-2014

Lauren Macadlo Named Player of the Week

In the final week of the regular season Lauren Macadlo (Munster, Indiana) was named the Volleyball Player of the Week for the CCAC and the NCCAA. For the week the outside hitter led the team to a 3-1 record while averaging 3.40 kills and 3.47 digs per set.  In the four matches of... Read more

Trolls Defeat Titans in First Round

Women's Volleyball News | 11-12-2014

Trolls Defeat Titans in First Round

The No. 2 Trolls moved through the quarterfinal round of the conference tournament with a victory over No. 7 Indiana University-South Bend (South Bend, Indiana).  Trinity needed only three sets at 25-17, 25-16, and 25-18, to get the win over a team that defeated them less than tw... Read more

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