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Club Profile: Women’s Volleyball club


Staff Writer

For students who want to ace more than just their midterms, volleyball club is the perfect organization to get involved in. The Women’s Volleyball Club meets twice a week from 7:30 to 9:30 pm in the Student Activities Center (SAC). The club is meant to help those who are interested in improving volleyball skills and having the opportunity to compete.

The club is involved in competitions and tournaments with many other regional universities such as IU Bloomington, University of Michigan and the University of Kentucky. Each semester the club gets involved in at least a few tournaments, which they enjoy because they love to prove to the larger schools what IU South Bend students have to offer.

The competitions and tournaments are specifically for women, but if men are interested in practicing with the team, the club is always open to having more people involved in the practices.

“I think anyone who loves volleyball and is passionate about bettering themselves would benefit from the club. It is an outlet from school for all of us to come out and play,” explained President Kasey Pawlak.

However, Pawlak did differentiate between intramural volleyball and the club. According to Pawlak, the club is more competitive whereas the intramural practices are sessions for more lenient practice and “just for fun.”

For more information on joining Women’s Volleyball club, email Pawlak at

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