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Archive - 2016 Season
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The first Lady Mustang varsity volleyball team took to the court in 2002 under the direction of Denison Sager. This will be the 15th season of playing the game of bump-set-spike, and will be coached this season by Coach Matt Evens.

The team has been one of the top four teams at tournament for each of the last nine years. They played in the MAUC Championship game in the 2007, 2008, and 2015 seasons, bringing home the first place trophy in 2007. 

For pictures from our varsity games, check this photo gallery on our Shutterfly site. 

GPAC Tournament

Lady Mustangs with the GPAC Tournament Sportsmanship Trophy


Union College Tournament

TournamentMidland's varsity volleyball team spent fall break in Lincoln, NE for the annual Union tournament. With volleyball teams from 12 schools present, there was plenty of action for fans and players alike

Union has a dedicated webpage for their tournament, and they keep the scores pretty well updated if you want to review - Go Mustangs!

Thursday

1:15 pm - Midland 2, North Dallas 0 (vb Thunderdome)
6:00 pm - Midland 2, Highland View 0 (vb Racquet club)
7:30 pm - Midland 2, Campion 1 (vb Thunderdome)

Friday

8:45 am - Collegedale 2, Midland 0 (vb Thunderdome)
‚Äč11:15 am - Mile High 2,. Midland 1 (vb College View)
3:45 pm - Mile High 2,. Midland 1 (vb College View)

Saturday

8:45 pm - Campion 2,  Midland 1(vb Thunderdome)
 



2016 Team Roster
 
 
# Name Class Position
33 Hannah Donahue Senior  
11 Krista Frishman Senior OH
2 Carrie Helmer Senior S, OPP
6 Paige Kreiter Sophomore  
22 BriAnna Nelson Freshman  
12 Maurissa Pena Junior  
20 JoAnna Rockufeler Sophomore OH
25 Emily Sanchez Junior  
30 Victoria Shelton Freshman  
1 Elena Trana Sophomore S, OH
34 Morgan Wickizer Freshman  
       
  Matt Evens Head Coach  
  Angie Helmer Asst. Coach  

2016 Coach Biographies

Matt Evens Mr. Evens takes over this year as the new coach of the Lady Mustangs. He was born in Grand Island, Nebraska and attended Platte Valley Academy and Union College. Throughout his life Coach Matt has been involved in every extra-curricular he could, including being a three-year captain of his HS basketball team. At Union, he spent 3.5 years on the Gymnairs Acrobatics team, and has several years under his belt as an academy basketball and volleyball coach. His goal is to inspire his student athletes to be leaders, and to become a better version of themselves not only physically but spiritually.