2013 Trine Volleyball Summer Camps
You can find all the details on the Trine Summer Volleyball camps on our camp information page here
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Head Coach Jamie Wozniak at firstname.lastname@example.org or 260-665-4145
Attacking, Setting, or Defensive Overnight Camp
Dates: Sat, June 29-Sun, June 30 Or Fri, July 12-Sat, July 13
Attacking, Setting, and Defensive Specialty Camps
Dates: Thurs, July 18 5:30-8:30 p.m. (Attacking)
Fri, July 19 5:30-8:30 p.m. (Setting/Middle Hitting)
Sat, July 20 3:30-6:30 p.m. (Defensive/Passing/Serving)
Middle School Camp
Date: Thurs, July 18-Sat, July 20
Date: Mon, June 10-Thurs, June 13 Or Mon, July 8-Thurs, July 11
2012 Season in Review
The Thunder volleyball squad began the year with one of the best starts in school history as they went 12-2, including starting conference play 5-0. The ladies would finish their third season under head coach Jamie Wozniak with an 18-12 overall record and finished fourth in the conference to qualify for the MIAA Tournament. The ladies played solid volleyball in the three tournaments they competed in, going 3-1 at Ohio Northern including knocking off then #21 Heidelberg; 3-1 at Marietta and 2-2 in their trip to Washington D.C. where they finished fourth. Senior Betsy Irwin earned an MIAA Position Player of the Week honor while junior Darcy Crabtree was honored by the MIAA as the Specialty Player of the Week.
During the season the senior duo of Betsy Irwin and Sarah Radekin set career marks in kills and assists. Irwin set the all-time Trine kills record against Albion on October 6, breaking Sallie Richardon’s career mark of 1,395 (2005-2008). Radekin on the other hand set the career assists during the team’s first tournament, surpassing Rainbow Bednarski (2,946; 2003-2006).
For the second straight season, the Trine volleyball team had two players named All-MIAA as senior Betsy Irwin and sophomore Carly Searles were honored by the conference. Irwin was named to the All-MIAA First Team for the third straight season after being named the conference Freshman of the Year and a second team honoree in her first season. Searles was named to the All-MIAA Second Team after showing she can be an all-around threat for the Thunder, finishing the year with 20 double-doubles and two triple-doubles.