The Crusaders are set to compete in 29 matches in the fall.
Once again this year, the College of the Holy Cross is a national leader in the academic success of its student-athletes. Holy Cross had 75 percent of its teams earn NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR) public recognition awards, the highest percentage in the country ahead of Gonzaga (73.3 percent) and Dartmouth (73.1 percent).
Senior Mandy Sifferlen, a member of the Holy Cross volleyball team, has been selected as the 2016-2017 Crusader of the Year. The most prestigious student-athlete award presented by the Holy Cross Varsity Club, the Crusader of the Year goes to a senior who has excelled not only in varsity athletics, but also in the classroom and the community, and has been prominent in campus activities.
The event was a part of the Be Well Series.
Holy Cross volleyball head coach Melissa Batie-Smoose has announced the freshman class for the 2017 season.
Seniors Mandy Sifferlen and Emily Popp each were named to the list for the fourth straight year.
Senior Mandy Sifferlen was featured in NCAA.com's "Best of 2016" article, which lists some of the top plays in 2016.
Crusaders raise awareness at the ninth annual Benching For Breast Cancer!
The 2016 season proved to be one to remember, as the Crusaders combined to set four all-time records, while posting its most wins in five years, including six conference victories, which are tied in program history for the most Patriot League wins captured in a single season.
Event will take place on December 9!
Majoring in biology, Sifferlen holds a 3.77 grade point average, while serving as the Vice President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) at Holy Cross.
Emily Popp has made a major impact on the volleyball program.