Girls' Volleyball defeats Saint Viator in straight sets

Girls' Volleyball defeats Saint Viator in straight sets

September 7, 2018

By Connor Graver, associate editor-in-chief   Prospect continued their streak of beat St Viator teams in fall sports after a statement victory in girls volleyball 25-16, 25-22 Wednesday night. The win didn’t come easy however. The Knights played smoothly and efficiently winning the first game 25-16. ...

Girls’ volleyball team ends season with tough battle

Girls’ volleyball team ends season with tough battle

November 3, 2015

By Devin Prasad (@the_d_prasad) The girls’ volleyball team ended their season on Oct. 29 after a loss in the regional championship to Glenbrook North. According to senior, setter Michelle Haaning, GBN came out with confidence, having home court advantage. The Knights fell in the first game as the...

Girls’ volleyball loses tight match at Hersey

Girls’ volleyball loses tight match at Hersey

October 2, 2015

By Grace Berry Girls’ volleyball had a match against Hersey on Sept. 29. They lost the match 2-1, but completed the entire match. Their season record is now 14-5. Prospect lost the first game 25-13. Senior Brenda Kendziera explained during the first game the team wasn’t focused. Senior Michelle Haaning agrees...

Volleyball welcomes familiar face to coaching staff

Volleyball welcomes familiar face to coaching staff

May 30, 2015

By Caley Griebenow When P.E. teacher Carrie Black was a senior at Eastern Illinois, her volleyball team played in the NCAA tournament, representing their school for the first time in its history.  Playing as middle, right side and left hitter, Black earned the title of MVP on her team. “It was jus...

Seniors defend court on last home game

October 24, 2014

By Ryan Molini Sports Editor  Walking into Jean Walker Field House Tuesday night, Oct. 21, there seemed to be an energetic, yet emotional, atmosphere weighing down on the gym.  Not only was it the last home volleyball match for Prospect, but it was the Mid-Suburban League crossover game against Barrington. Five...

Girls' volleyball fights hard despite loss

October 17, 2014

By Caroline Binley Copy Editor  The Oct. 16 varsity girls' volleyball game against Buffalo Grove was one defined by ties. Starting when the score hit 8-8 in the first game, the Knights fought the Bison to gain the upper-hand during every volley, but Buffalo Grove fought back just as hard. The teams’...

No anthem, no problem

October 3, 2014

By Ryan Molini Sports Editor The night for the Knights did not start off as planned.  As both teams were ready to start the match the scores table did not have the CD for the national anthem.  The pledge of allegiance was played in replace of it. However the ending of it, did go as hoped as the gi...

Knights drop MSL East opener to Huskies

September 5, 2014

By Ryan Molini Sports Editor The girls’ volleyball team headed into their Mid-Suburban East opener Thursday night at John Hersey High School with one thing on their mind, a positive attitude. “We have a young team this year,” junior setter Michelle Haaning (12 assists, 4 aces)  said. “Positive ...

Girls' volleyball gets new coaches, leaders

August 19, 2014

By Ryan Molini Sports Editor  The varsity girls’ volleyball team experienced the biggest change a team can have in one offseason, a new head coach. Gabrielle Lovin, an '04 graduate of Prospect, has taken on the new role of head coach for the 2014 fall season. With a new head of a program, come som...

Girls' volleyball overcomes all odds

October 10, 2013

By Alec Kozakowski Staff Writer After starting game one on a 10-1 run, the varsity girls’ volleyball team never looked back, winning a match against Wheeling in two games on Tuesday night. Going into the match, the Knights were without their captain, Carly Thompson, as a result of an illness. However, they were...

Girls' volleyball falls to Schaumburg

September 6, 2013

By Devin Prasad Sports Editor The girls volleyball team lost to Schaumburg on Tuesday night in three games.  The Knights came out strong winning the first game, but lacked their opening intensity in the next two. In the first game, it seemed like the Knights gained momentum, and went on to 25-20.  Midw...

Volley for the Cure brings success

October 9, 2012

By Peter Fusilero Sports Editor Walking into Jean Walker field house last Thursday, your eyes could not have avoided the “pink aroma” that consumed the entire gym. Posters were taped to the wall that read “Every 13 minutes, a woman dies of breast cancer” or “2.5 million survivors in the U...

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