Volleyball (W)


WVB on the road to Windsor

Nov 23 | News, Volleyball (W)

The Lakehead women’s volleyball team is on the road to the University of Windsor this weekend to play their last regular season games of the 2016 calendar year.. Windsor (2-3) is a tough team who has both won and lost some very close games. They are currently ranked 5th in the OUA West….

WVB off to Western

Nov 16 | News, Volleyball (W)

The Lakehead women’s volleyball team is on the road to London, ON to take on the University of Western Ontario Mustangs (5-0) both Friday and Saturday night. “Western is a team with the most physical athlete in the OUA, Kelsey Veltman. She is a one woman wrecking crew and is very physical,…


‘Wolves take on McMaster in Home Opener

Nov 8 | News, Volleyball (W)

The Lakehead women’s volleyball team (0-4) is returning to the Thunderdome this weekend to take on McMaster University for their first home games of the 2016/2017 season. Lakehead is coming off two losses this past weekend against Brock University where they brought it close on Friday losing 3-2 and 3-1 the following…


Thunderwolves Take on Badgers

Nov 1 | News, Volleyball (W)

Lakehead Women’s Volleyball (0-2) is once again on the road this weekend for a two game series against Brock University in St. Catharines, ON. “Brock has revamped their lineup and grown a few of their players throughout the years but as much as we want to focus on Brock, we really have…



Oct 25 | News, Volleyball (W)

Women (1-2 non conference) The Lakehead Women’s Volleyball team starts the opening weekend of the OUA volleyball season on the road against York and Nipissing Universities this weekend. “We play 2 very similar teams this weekend, both with so much to prove in a new situation, as well as the regular season…

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