Adam DeJonckheere walked off a U SPORTS volleyball court for the last time of his university career in Vancouver Feb. 24.
Bison men’s volleyball
Coming from small towns in northwestern Ontario, Bison volleyball players Kevin Negus and Grant Legaree each blazed their own trail to the University of Manitoba.
The 10th-ranked Bison men’s volleyball team worked off those extra Christmas calories this past weekend at the 51st annual Wesmen Classic.
The Manitoba Bison men’s volleyball team slipped up at the 2017 U Sports volleyball nationals in Edmonton.
They started the weekend off with a 3-0 win versus the UBC Thunderbirds in the semi-final, and lost a close battle 3-2 in the final on Saturday against the Trinity Western Spartans.
The Manitoban takes a look at the three teams invading the Investors Group Athletic Centre during March 10-11.
Pischke has accomplished a lot, and has earned the title of being one of, if not the best volleyball coaches in North America.
The #3 University of Manitoba Bisons men’s volleyball team took care of the Winnipeg Wesmen in the 26th annual Duckworth Challenge 3-0 (25-14, 25-19, 25-21)
The men are now 3-1 on the year and sit third in the Canada West behind local rivals Winnipeg Wesmen. The women sit in a seven-team tie for third in the Canada West with a 2-2 record.
Fans will have to wait a bit to see this potential championship-winning side to play again at home, when they play the Alberta Golden Bears on Nov. 18-19.