Harvard Crimson women's volleyball

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Harvard Crimson
Harvard Crimson athletic logo

University Harvard University
Conference Ivy League
Division I (NCAA) Division
Location Cambridge, MA
Head Coach Jennifer Weiss (19th year)
Arena Malkin Athletic Center
(Capacity: )
Nickname MAC
Colors Crimson and black and white

                     

The Harvard Crimson women's volleyball team represents Harvard University in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I women's volleyball. Harvard competes as a member of the Ivy League and plays its home games at the Malkin Athletic Center (MAC) in Cambridge, Massachusetts.[1]

History[edit]

Harvard's first team took the court in 1981. The Crimson has won the Ivy League championship once in 2004.[1]

Players[edit]

Current roster[edit]

Number Name Class Position Height Hometown
12 Kelsey Beck Sophomore Outside Hitter 5-9 Winter Park, Florida
10 Kristen Casey Freshman Outside Hitter 5-11 La Jolla, California
1 Erin Cooney Sophomore Right Side 5-10 Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
8 Taylor Docter Junior Outside Hitter 5-11 Los Altos, California
3 Natalie Doyle Sophomore Setter 5-8 San Francisco, California
11 Sandra Lynne Fryhofer Senior Middle Blocker 6-0 Atlanta, Georgia
4 Ann Carroll Ingersoll Senior Middle Blocker/Outside Hitter 6-2 Rancho Santa Fe, California
5 Katherine Ingersoll Freshman Middle Blocker 6-2 Rancho Santa Fe, California
13 Beth Kinsella Junior Setter 5-10 Wheaton, Illinois
17 Tara MacLean Freshman Outside Hitter 5-10 Monte Sereno, California
9 Edirin Sido Sophomore Middle Blocker 6-0 Dublin, California
6 Teresa Skelly Sophomore Middle Blocker 6-2 Palo Alto, California
7 Olivia Staffon Junior Defensive Specialist/Outside Hitter 5-10 Laguna Niguel, California
25 Sindhu Vegesena Freshman Libero 5-8 Spring, Texas
21 Caroline Walters Freshman Middle Blocker 6-1 San Mateo, California
2 Christine Wu Senior Libero/Defensive Specialist 5-4 Naperville, Illinois

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b [1], Harvard University, 2009-2010, retrieved July 19, 2011.

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