Maple Grove Senior Girls Varsity Volleyball

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Volleyball: Spectator Information

The NWSC will not be allowing spectators at Volleyball contests until the week of October 19th. Conference leadership creates an effective safety plan for indoor competition. More information will be provided soon. There are no spectators allowed on Monday, October 12th and Wednesday, October 14th.

Volleyball: Welcome our new Head Volleyball Coach Jamison Gray!

Coach Gray is no stranger to the Crimson Family and is honored at the opportunity to take the reins as the new Head Varsity Volleyball Coach. Gray was born and raised in northeast Ohio where he was a multi-sport athlete through high school and a Div I baseball recruit for Butler University.  With over 30

Volleyball: Crimson improve to 9-6

A very young Maple Grove volleyball team is holding its own so far in the 2019 season. The Crimson won seven of their last eight matches to improve to 9-6 overall entering this week. Six of the wins came at the Heritage Christian Academy’s Eagle Tournament. The Crimson lost to Champlin Park and swept Coon

Volleyball: Crimson spikers are young but talented

Elise Rossing is one of the Crimson’s powerful outside hitters (Photo by Rich Moll) Maple Grove volleyball is young in terms of age but second-year coach Courtney Sabot sees the potential for a successful season. That’s because Maple Grove returns many top players who saw lots of action last year. Top returning players are junior

National Signing Day: February 6th

You are invited to attend National Signing Day at MGSH with us on Wednesday, February 6th at 7:00 AM in the main gym. We will honor the following student-athletes who are signing their National Letters of Intent to play D1 or D2 collegiate athletics. Nate Adams – Golf @ North Dakota State University  Zoe Brown

Volleyball: Seniors leave mark on Crimson program

Maple Grove volleyball team seniors, left to right, are: Hallie Fuglestad, Alexie Pryd and Zoe Brown. Of all their accomplishments in their careers, Maple Grove volleyball seniors Zoé Brown, Hallie Fuglestad and Alexie Pryd have one that they are the most proud of. The three were members of the 2017 team that ended a 14-year

Volleyball: Endures highs, lows in 2018 season

The 2018 Maple Grove volleyball has done quite well considering it faces many challenges. To begin with, longtime coach Sean Haugen stepped down after last season and was replaced by new coach Courtney Sabot. Any coaching change brings new faces, systems and philosophies and the Crimson had to adapt to them. “Overall, we’ve had to

Volleyball: Sweep Armstrong 3-0 (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports The Maple Grove volleyball team beat Armstrong Thursdsay night in three close sets. The Crimson won 25-22, 28-26, 25- 23. The win put Maple Grove back on the winning track after losses to Waconia and Elk River.

Volleyball: Crimson defeat Blaine 3-0 (VIDEO)

Video courtesy of CCX Sports The Maple Grove volleyball team earned a sweep of Blaine Tuesday night. The Crimson won (25-19), (25-21), (25-20) and improved to 3-1 this season. They’ll face Park Center Thursday night.