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MJC volleyball starts league play this Friday, Sept 16th. They host Seirra College in the MJC Gym at 630pm. The Big 8 Conference is comprised of 4 state ranked teams and 2 additional teams listed in the "best of the rest" of the state of CA. Out of 94 CCCAA volleyball programs, the Big 8 is home to 6 of the best. Those programs ranked are Sac City (#8), American River (#10), Sierra (#11), Delta (#21), and Folsom Lake and Santa Rosa named among the "best of the rest".
The pirates have proved themselves to be formidable opponents against top ranked teams, most recently taking Cuesta College (a best of the rest team) to 5 sets, as well as scoring high points against the #1 state ranked team, Cabrillo College.
The pirates look to make an impact this year in league play. Keep on the lookout for some upsets!
Delta Classic Review
Over this last weekend, MJC Volleyball participated in the Delta Volleyball Classic in Stockton, Ca, hosted by Delta College.
Friday 9/9/16- MJC opened the tournament playing Cabrillo College. Cabrillo College, 2016 state champions, were the top ranked team in the tournament. The Pirates, seeded 15 in the tournament, held their own against the seahawks, losing in 3 but scoring some majors points (16-25, 22-25, 20-25). Brooke Silva lead the way scoring 8 points (7 kills, 1 block), Monica Perez was right behind with 7 points (4 kills, 2 blocks) and Jerrick Lindsey with the highest hitting percentage .188 (5 kills, 1 block).
Next up was fellow league competitors Santa Rosa JC. Pirates struggled to get this going after the first set, losing in four to the Bearcubs (25-22, 21-25, 18-25, 19-25). Silva earned her second double double (12 kills, 16 digs) leading the team with a .211 hitting percentage. Libero Brooke Finnegan let nothing hit the floor, making flying saves, leading the team with 19 digs. Lindsey added 9 kills, while Perez and Mary Kottalis followed with 7 apiece. Setter Cheyenne Collins added to the scoring with 3 aces and 15 assists.
Saturday 9/10/16- MJC returned to Delta and started the day with a win over Taft College (25-22, 25-20, 26-24). Middle blocker Ryce lead the pirates in hitting percentage (.200) with 4 kills. Lindsey lead in kills (8) and Silva with Perez added more (6 each). Setters Camille Flores and Collins give the pirates 15 and 13 assists respectively.
Last match featured the Pirates against Butte College. The Pirates struggled to get anything going in this match losing in 3 (12-25, 22-25, 12-25). Passing percentages plagued the Pirates as well as Butte running an offense MJC just could not answer. Silva lead the team scoring 9 points (6 kills, 2 aces). Finnegan patrolled the back row getting 8 digs.
Up Next: Cuesta College, 9/13/16 5pm @MJC
Season Passes for 2016 will be on sale at every home match. First opportunity to purchase yours is Wednesday Sept 7, 630pm at MJC Gymnasium. Passes will be sold at ticket table.
$35 for general admission (adults &children)
$18 for seniors (60yrs and older)
RS freshman Brooke Silva earned her first collegiate career double-double in the MJC End of Summer Classic. Silva posted 14 kills and 15 digs against Simpson University JV.
MJC d. Columbia College (25-11, 25-14, 25-16)
Kills- Mary Kottalis 9
Assists- Cheyenne Collins 18
Aces- Monica Perez 4
Digs- Silva 7
MJC d. Simpson University JV (25-20, 25-11, 25-27, 25-22)
Kills- Brooke Silva 14, Jerricka Lindsey 12
Assists- Cheyenne Collins 18
Aces- Silva 5
Digs- Silva 15, Brooke Finnegan 14
Blocks- Ryce Stroughborough 2.5
Redshirt freshman Brooke Silva (Escalon High) leads the new MJC Pirate volleyball program under new head coach Brenda Moser. Moser returns to MJC as head coach after playing for the Pirates (2005, 2006) and assistant coach (2007-2011).
"The team has been working hard on creating a new culture here for MJC Volleyball. Today the ladies showed off their hard work." Coach Moser
Next up: MJC will host local rival Merced College, September 7th, 6:30pm.
The Modesto Junior College women's volleyball team has been preparing for this upcoming season. Check out our instagram and facebook pages to see what they have been up to! @modestojcvball. They have been hard at work prepping for their season opening tournament, End of the Summer Classic, held at home in the MJC Gymnasium, Saturday August 27th.
End of Summer Classic Attendees:
Tournament schedule is as follows. Stay tuned for game updates!
Brenda Moser hired as new Head Coach
Home town native Brenda Moser as been hired as the new Modesto Junior College Women's Volleyball Head Coach. Brenda returns to MJC after four years of high school coaching (Modesto High, Gregori High, Central Catholic High).
Brenda is not only from Modesto, she played and coached at MJC. She played for two years at MJC (2004, 2005) as an outside hitter and setter, under head coach David Winfrey. She was ranked in the top 25 in the CCCAA for aces. As a sophomore, she received all league honorable mention. Due to academic eligibility, she was unable to continue playing, so stayed on as on assistant coach at MJC for five more seasons.
Brenda has since been working to improve volleyball in the Modesto and surrounding areas. She is the director and head coach for Velocity Volleyball Club, based out of Modesto. Velocity Volleyball Club is an indoor and beach volleyball club for boys and girls, ages 9-18. She also enjoys growing the game by offering mini camps for players ages 3-8. She also has earned her Masters Degree in Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia University, Irvine.
Brenda is so excited to be back at Modesto Junior College, "I have been working towards the goal to return to this institution and give back what it has given me. My goal is rebuild the MJC volleyball image by creating a culture that bleeds blue and white! I look forward to growing this great program!"
MODESTO, CA – Modesto Junior College Woman's Volleyball is proud to announce the signing of Taylor Bachs to attend and play for Simpson University, a private liberal arts college in Redding, California.
Bachs, a middle blocker for the Pirates in 2016 with a GPA of 3.8, is transferring to play volleyball for the Red Hawks on a combination of athletic and academic scholarships. She has been accepted to the nursing program at Simpson University.
Bachs, who graduated from Ripon High School, also played on the MJC Woman's Basketball team for two seasons.
MJC head volleyball coach Ryan Bagwell said, "Taylor was one of my hardest working athletes and a great teammate. I am bummed to see her go after only having her for one season. She will be a great addition at Simpson University and will impact the program in many regards from the get go. "