Location: Volleyball courts outside of the Hall of Science and behind Anderson Hall
Season: Late spring
Days and times: Usually 4 p.m. until dark on weekdays
Divisions available: Divisions I and II
Most recent champions:
Roadhouse won the Division I championship who defeated the overconfident Sportscenter team, You Mad?, after losing the first set, came back and won the last two in a row to win the Division II championship. You Mad? was led by club players Cheney Doane ’15 and Thomas Kalousdian ’15 and supreme setter Emily Blum ’14. Team MVP was Sarah Anderegg ’14.
Competition and atmosphere:
Volleyball is a fun, stress-free way to relax after classes have finished for the day. Every team has to have at least two girls playing at a time, which allows for a fun coed environment. As spring starts, so does volleyball, so it is a great way to enjoy the Walla Walla sunshine while procrastinating from the finals studying! Division I can be quite competitive for those who want to be challenged, but division II offers a relaxed environment for those who just want to hit around a volleyball with their friends.