• GLOVER HONORED WITH RIAIAW AWARD
    May 19, 2009
    NEWPORT, R.I.- After completing one of the most successful four-year careers of any athlete to come through Bryant University, Delia Glover (Marston Mills, Mass.) was honored with the RIAIAW Award in a ceremony last week at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island .
  • BRYANT VOLLEYBALL AND THE COMMUNITY, A TRADITION CONTINUES: 2009 RHODE ISLAND SPECIAL OLYMPICS
    May 04, 2009
    SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Once again in 2009, as it has for the past 15 years, the Bryant University volleyball team got involved in their community, volunteering at the 2009 Northern Rhode Island Special Olympics, hosted on Bryant's campus Saturday.
  • BRYANT RECOGNIZES HISTORIC YEAR AT ANNUAL AWARDS BANQUET
    May 01, 2009
    SMITHFIELD, R.I. – It was an historic year for Bryant University Athletics in 2008-09 and Friday night at the annual Athletics Awards Banquet, the Bulldogs celebrated the program first year competing in Division I.
  • BRYANT VOLLEYBALL SIGNS FOUR FOR 2009 SEASON
    April 15, 2009
    SMITHFIELD, R.I. - After a strong inaugural season of Division I play in 2008, the Bryant University volleyball team is ready to jumpstart Year Two, and head coach Theresa Garlacy is pleased to announce the addition of a quartet of talented incoming freshmen to the Bulldogs' returning core, a group that will put the Bulldogs in prime shape to take on the Northeast Conference in 2009.
  • 10 RETURN TO 2009 BRYANT VOLLEYBALL ALUMNI GAME SATURDAY AFTERNOON
    April 06, 2009
    SMITHFIELD, R.I. -- Ten Bryant University volleyball alumni, including a pair of Hall of Famers, returned to campus and to the Chace Athletic Center Saturday afternoon to take part in the 2009 alumni match, hosted by the current Bulldog team.
  • BRYANT ASSISTANT COACH LAUREN AMUNDSON NAMED HEAD VOLLEYBALL COACH AT STONEHILL COLLEGE
    March 24, 2009
    SMITHFIELD, R.I. - Former assistant coach Lauren Amundson was named head volleyball coach at Division II Stonehill College Monday afternoon, as announced by Stonehill Athletic Director Brendan Sullivan. Amundson spent two seasons with the Bulldogs, helping the program transition into the Division I ranks in 2008.
  • HALL OF FAME WELCOMES FOUR OF ITS NEWEST MEMBERS
    February 28, 2009
    SMITHFIELD, RI - More than 100 family and friends, teammates and coaches, Bryant University welcomed four new members into its Athletics Hall of Fame Friday evening at the Bello Center. This year’s Class includes Kevin Barletta ‘03 (Men’s Lacrosse), Bumni Akinnusotu ’03 (Women’s Volleyball) Bobby Brown ‘90 (Golf) and Greg Wolyniec ‘01 (Football).
  • Providence Journal: How a coach, and Bryant, changed a volleyball star's life
    January 05, 2009
    Her family had no money for college, so in the spring of her senior year at Woonsocket High School she pursued an option that required courage more than cash. The U.S. Marine Corps. Her life was about to change with that decision, she knew, but in a way she never could have expected.
  • BRYANT WRAPS UP INAUGURAL DIVISION I SEASON IN RECORD BOOK STYLE
    December 10, 2008
    The 2008-09 athletic year was supposed to be a special one in the halls of the Chace Athletic Center and the rest of the Bryant University community, but no one knew just how exceptional it would turn out to be. And for at least one program, Bulldog volleyball, the inaugural Division I season would not simply be one for the history books, but one for the record books as well.
  • VOLLEYBALL SIGNS TWO STANDOUTS TO NLIS FOR 2009 SEASON
    December 04, 2008
    SMITHFIELD, R.I. - Bryant University head coach Theresa Garlacy is pleased to announce the signing of Emily Kaup (Chandler, Ariz.) and Karli Davis (Freeport, Ill.) to a National Letter of Intent to participate in volleyball at Bryant University in the fall of 2009.
  • BULLDOGS FALL IN SEASON FINALE HEARTBREAKER, 3-2 TO NORTH DAKOTA IN NATIONAL TRANSITIONS CHALLENGE SATURDAY AFTERNOON
    November 15, 2008
    SMITHFIELD, R.I. - Despite inspired playing on the part of the Bryant University volleyball team in its season finale, the Bulldogs, who saw two players earn double-doubles and another earn a rare triple-double, weren't able to hold on for a win over North Dakota Saturday afternoon, falling, 3-2, in the 2008 National Transitions Challenge at the Chace Athletic Center.
  • BRYANT FALLS TWICE IN FIRST DAY OF 2008 NATIONAL TRANSITION CHALLENGE, BULLDOGS WILL FACE NORTH DAKOTA SATURDAY AT 2 P.M.
    November 14, 2008
    SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Despite 20 total kills from freshman Maria Scocca (Melrose, Mass.), the Bryant University volleyball team couldn’t pull out a win in its two-match opening day of the 2008 National Transitions Challenge hosted by the Bulldogs, as Bryant fell to Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, 3-1, before losing to the University of South Dakota, 3-0, at the Chace Athletic Center Friday.
  • 2008 NATIONAL TRANSITIONS VOLLEYBALL CHALLENGE HOSTED BY BRYANT UNIVERSITY SET TO KICK OF FRIDAY AT 4 P.M., CONTINUES THROUGH SATURDAY AFTERNOON
    November 14, 2008
    SMITHFIELD, RI -- For NCAA Division I transitional teams all over the country this weekend, there will be no conference tournament, no playoffs, no NCAA berth. But in lieu of the NCAA Tournament, six teams will have a championship of their own this weekend, as Bryant University hosted the first annual National Transitions Challenge.
  • Bryant Volleyball Announces Schedule for 2008 National Transitions Challenge
    November 11, 2008
    Look inside for all tournament games and information for this weekend's National Transitions Volleyball Challenge hosted by Bryant University in the Chase Athletic Center.
  • BULLDOGS FALL TO CENTRAL CONNECTICUT, 3-0, WEDNESDAY NIGHT
    November 05, 2008
    NEW BRITAIN, Conn. - Despite a double-double from senior co-captain Maureen Atkins (Fenton, Mo.), the Bryant University volleyball team fell to Central Connecticut State University, 3-0, Wednesday night at Detrick Gymnasium.
  • BULLDOGS DROP PAIR IN DAY TWO OF HALLOWEEN CLASSIC; ANDREWS, GLOVER NAMED TO ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM
    November 01, 2008
    NEWARK - Despite 16 total kills from freshman Hilary Andrews (Tipp City, Ohio) on Day Two of the NJIT Halloween Classic, the Bryant University volleyball team couldn't overcome its opponents, falling to Providence College, 3-0, before dropping a 3-0 bout to host NJIT Saturday afternoon.
  • VOLLEYBALL TAKES OUT HOWARD, 3-1, IN FIRST GAME OF HALLOWEEN CLASSIC
    October 31, 2008
    NEWARK, NJ – The Bulldogs rolled past Howard 3-1 Friday evening, 3-1, behind double-digit kills from Hillary Andrews (Tipp City, Ohio), Jazmin Stoner (Durango, Colo.), and Maria Scocca (Melrose, Mass.) to pick up their 16th win of the season.
  • BULLDOGS GET SET FOR FINAL ROAD TOURNAMENT OF THE SEASON, TRAVEL TO NJIT FOR HALLOWEEN CLASSIC
    October 31, 2008
    NEWARK -- The Bryant University volleyball team takes its 15-13 record on the road for one final away tournament in 2008, travelling to Newark, N.J. for the NJIT Halloween Classic Oct. 31 and Nov. 1.
  • BULLDOGS TEAR THROUGH CHICAGO STATE, 3-0, AT HOME FRIDAY NIGHT
    October 24, 2008
    SMITHFIELD, RI - Led by double-digit kills from freshmen Jazmin Stoner (Durango, Colo.) and Maria Scocca (Melrose, Mass.), the Bryant University volleyball team took a convincing 3-0 win over Chicago State University Friday night at the Chace Athletic Center.
  • BULLDOGS GET FIRST HOME WIN IN 3-2 TUESDAY NIGHT THRILLER OVER PROVIDENCE COLLEGE
    October 21, 2008
    SMITHFIELD, RI - After three tries and 13 road wins, the Bryant University volleyball team got its first Division I victory in front of its home crowd Tuesday night, as the Bulldogs toppled crosstown rival Providence College in a 3-2 thriller at the Chace Athletic Center.
  • BULLDOGS STRUGGLE AT HOME AGAINST TOUGH LONG ISLAND SQUAD, 3-0, SATURDAY NIGHT
    October 18, 2008
    SMITHFIELD, RI - The Bryant University volleyball team struggled against one of the Northeast Conference's top teams in Long Island University, falling to the Blackbirds, 3-0, Saturday afternoon at the Chace Athletic Center.
  • BRYANT FALLS IN DAY TWO OF DIG FOR THE CURE CLASSIC, 3-0, TO SOUTH DAKOTA AND HOST SEATTLE UNIVERSITY
    October 12, 2008
    SEATTLE - The Bryant University volleyball team got a taste of the West Coast way of doing things during the Seattle University Dig for the Cure Classic, falling twice in Sunday's final day of competition, 3-0, to both the University of South Dakota and host Seattle University at the Connolly Center.
  • BRYANT FALLS IN FIRST WEST COAST MATCHUP AGAINST NORTH DAKOTA, 3-0, SATURDAY MORNING
    October 11, 2008
    SEATTLE - In a match characterized by long rallies and a quick tempo, the Bryant University volleyball team found themselves in a true dogfight Saturday morning against the University of North Dakota - and the Bulldogs fought to one of their toughest showdowns of the season.
  • BULLDOGS GET SET FOR WEST COAST COMPETITION IN WEEKEND SEATTLE DIG FOR THE CURE CLASSIC
    October 10, 2008
    SEATTLE -- With its stretch of Division I success backing the Bulldogs, the Bryant University volleyball team gets ready to truly test itself against others of its kind.
  • BRYANT DOWNS QUINNIPIAC, 3-1, IN MIDWEEK ROAD BATTLE
    October 08, 2008
    HAMDEN, Conn. – Sophomore Adrienne Boss (Dracut, Mass.) served up a stellar performance Wednesday night against future Northeast Conference rival Quinnipiac University, collecting 16 kills to lead the Bryant University volleyball team to a 3-1 road win. The Bulldogs (13-9) needed extra points to take wins in the first and second games, topping Quinnipiac, 26-24 and 28-26, respectively. The Bobcats (3-20) came back in the third set, taking a 25-22 victory, but they wouldn’t be able to harness the Bryant offense – a force which dominated the fourth set, 25-15, with a .533 hitting percentage.
  • BULLDOGS FALL TO SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) IN CLOSE MATCH, 3-2, SUNDAY AFTERNOON
    October 05, 2008
    LORETTO, Pa. – Freshman Hilary Andrews (Tipp City, Ohio) again led the Bulldogs with her fifth double-double of the season Sunday afternoon, but it wouldn’t be enough, as the Bryant University volleyball team fell, 3-2, to future Northeast Conference rival Saint Francis (Pa.) in a closely contested matchup at the DeGol Arena. Andrews’s 16 kills led the game for the Bulldogs (12-9), who saw its two other rookies – Jazmin Stoner (Durango, Colo.) and Maria Scocca (Melrose, Mass.) – also register double-digit kills, with 13 and 15, respectively. Sophomore setter Miranda Kolb (Holt, Mich.) also recorded a double-double, with 10 digs to compliment 50 assists. Andrews recorded 16 digs to complete her double-double.
  • BULLDOGS SPLIT AT ROBERT MORRIS, TOP SAINT FRANCIS (NY), 3-0, FALL TO HOST RMU, 3-1, SATURDAY
    October 04, 2008
    HANOVER, NH - Led by 24 kills over two matches from freshman Maria Scocca (Melrose, Mass.) Saturday, the Bryant University volleyball team split its matches at the Robert Morris Tournament, topping Saint Francis (NY), 3-0, before falling to host RMU, 3-1, in the nightcap. Scocca led the Bulldogs in both contests, recording 10 kills in the win over the Terriers (0-21), with 14 more coming against Robert Morris (12-6). The rookie also recorded a team-high seven blocks on the day (2 solo, 5 block assists).
  • BULLDOGS DROP 3-2 HEARTBREAKER TO FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON AT HOME THURSDAY NIGHT
    October 02, 2008
    SMITHFIELD, RI - Despite an early two-set lead and a double-double from freshman Hilary Andrews (Tipp City, Ohio), the Bryant University volleyball team couldn't pull out a win Thursday night, dropping a 3-2 heartbreaker to Northeast Conference opponent Fairleigh Dickinson University at the Chace Athletic Center. The Bulldogs (11-7) took an early lead in the first set before the Knights (12-7) came back to tie it late in the game. The set remained knotted into extra points - 27-27 and 28-28 - before the rookie duo of Maria Scocca (Melrose, Mass.) and Jazmin Stoner (Durango, Colo.) came up with a big block that came before Stoner's game-winning kill for a 30-28 Bulldog victory in set one.
  • BULLDOGS HOST NEC'S FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON THURSDAY NIGHT IN 6 P.M. MATCHUP
    October 02, 2008
    The Bryant University volleyball team returns home after a six-game roadtrip to host future Northeast Conference rival Fairleigh Dickinson University at the Chace Athletic Center, Thursday, October 2 at 6 p.m. This is the first meeting between the Bulldogs (11-6) and the Knights (11-7).
  • BULLDOGS SPLIT DAY TWO OF DARTMOUTH TOURNAMENT, TAKE 3-1 VICTORY OVER HOST IN NIGHTCAP
    September 27, 2008
    HANOVER, NH - Led by 35 total kills and 15 blocks from freshman Maria Scocca (Melrose, Mass.), the Bryant University volleyball team wrapped up the Dartmouth Tournament with a Day Two split, falling to Harvard, 3-1, before overtaking the host Big Green in Saturday's nightcap, 3-1. After a strong opening set against the Crimson in the morning match - and a convincing 25-10 victory - the Bulldogs struggled to contain the Harvard (4-7) offense, despite a double-double from freshman Hilary Andrews (Tipp City, Ohio), her third of the year. The rookie tied a game high with 14 kills, also registering 11 digs in the four-set loss.
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