Women's Volleyball 2004-05 Headlines

  • Slugs Post Noteworthy Stats
    October 20, 2004
    Slugs Post Noteworthy Stats SANTA CRUZ, CA -- The West Field House was host to 3 volleyball games yesterday as the Slugs hosted Menlo and Vassar College. The Menlo Oaks were up first against the Slugs at 4 pm. Looking to avenge a 3-game loss two weeks ago, the Slugs displayed the best performance of the season. After losing the first 2 games 30-32 and 26-30...
  • Slugs Finish 1-1 in Southern California
    October 18, 2004
    Slugs Finish 1-1 in Southern California LOS ANGELES, CA -- The UCSC Women's Volleyball team traveled down to southern California this past weekend to compete against Chapman and Occidental where they came out with their 4th victory this season...
  • UCSC Defeated by Menlo in 3
    October 05, 2004
    UCSC Defeated by Menlo in 3 ATHERTON, CA -- The Slugs lost their 9th game this season to the Menlo College Oaks, 21-30, 26-30, 23-30. All three games were close in the beginning, but Menlo took advantage of UCSC mistakes to pull away and win. UCSC had twice as many service and reception errors as Menlo, finishing with 11 and 10 respectively.
  • Slugs Lose to #4 Ranked Hayward
    September 27, 2004
    Slugs Lose to #4 Ranked Hayward HAYWARD, CA -- The Slugs faced CSU Hayward on Friday night, a fellow DIII Independent, Hayward is currently ranked No. 4 in the country, and defeated the Slugs in 3 games, 30-23, 30-24, and 30-26...
  • 2004-05 Season Review
    September 01, 2004
    2004-05 Season Review The women's volleyball team had a successful season with Coach Teitelbaum at the helm for her first year. The slugs more than doubled their wins from last season and ended on a great note beating three of their last four opponents.
  • Slugs Stumble Through Season Opener
    August 28, 2004
    Slugs Stumble Through Season Opener MONTEREY, CA -- Under the direction of first-year head coach Selene Teitelbaum, the Slugs had a good first showing last weekend at the CSU Monterey Bay tournament. They played against tough competition and several NCAA Division II schools. Their first match up was against Holy Names College (NAIA) and the Slugs lost an exciting match that went 5 games (14-30, 30-28, 20-30, 34-32, 10-15).