Where are they now? Sports recap for fall teams

By Kyle Brown, Sports Editor

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As fall sports are beginning to wrap up, here’s a look into each sport as of Monday.

By now it should not be shocking that the volleyball team is still dominating their opponents. The team has a record of 29-5, winning 15 straight. The Express are 11-0 in conference play and are ranked 4th in the nation. With a win in any of their three remaining games, they will win the conference championship. As of now, the team shares the title. The next game will be Wed. at 6 p.m. at Edison Community College.

According to, Macy Reigelsperger surpassed 900 career kills. She sits third on the program’s career kills list and sits at 908 after Friday’s game. Following Reigelsperger is Erika Hartings, she is 4th on the Owens career kills list sitting at 892.

Kenny Hewitt and his women’s Express soccer team had a lot of promise coming off of last years results. However, with many player changes, it has left them still struggling to find any competitive edge. The team has a record of 7-8, and are 7-5 in conference play, three games out of first (Cincinnati State CC 10-4). The Express soccer team has three regular season games left before regional’s in Cincinnati, Ohio. They play again Wed. at 3 p.m. against Cincinnati State CC at home.

This may be the men’s Express soccer team’s month. The team has found some late success winning the last seven games played. Of those seven wins, the Express has four shutouts, and have won two overtime games. The team was 0-3 in shutouts before finding the winning streak and struggled to keep a low goal count. In the last seven games, the Express has out scored opponents 31-3, including a blowout win Sun. of 11-1 against Mercyhurst North East. The Express will be back in action Wed. to play the first of the final two games in the regular season.

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