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2014-2015 Volleyball Team Season Outlook


Earn It 2014

"One more round." - Rocky in Rocky IV

Excitement abounds as the Mustangs take the court for the 2014 season. With a great mix of sophomores and incoming freshmen, Western Wyoming is expected to maintain its place among the NJCAA top programs.

"The talent level in the gym is high and it is important we raise our game every day," 7th year head coach Rick Reynolds stated. "Our mentality has to be one willing to go 'one more round' to make sure our achievements meet our expectations."

Schedule

The 2014 schedule includes hosting an opening weekend tournament that will bring six of the top 20 schools in the country to Rushmore Gymnasium. The Rushmore Rowdies will get an opportunity to see some great home games with the Mustangs hosting Snow College (15th in the last 2013 NJCAA Poll), San Jacinto College (13th), Iowa Western Community College (4th), Western Nebraska Community College (3rd), Salt Lake Community College (7th), and College of Southern Idaho (8th). The Region IX schedule is always tough and with two new coaches, it will provide some fresh new challenges.

"It is an exciting year for Region IX," Reynolds said when asked about Region IX. "The competition seems to be getting better every year and it is becoming a grueling path to win our Region Championship."

Expectations

The goals for Mustang Volleyball have not changed since the day Coach Reynolds took the helm. "We prepare daily to earn the right to be Region IX Champions and have a 3.3 GPA," Reynolds mentioned when goals for the 2014 season were discussed. "This group has made it a goal to get back to the NJCAA National Championship and to win the NJCAA Academic Team of the Year for having the best GPA among all the volleyball teams in the NJCAA."

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