|Jr. National Team Libero Commits to TWU|
Women's Volleyball - date: Jun. 7th, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western University Spartans women’s volleyball program and interim head coach Ryan Hofer are pleased to announce the signing of Andrea Ball for the 2006-07 season.
Women's Volleyball - date: May 18th, 2006
WINNIPEG, Manitoba– The Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team were pleased to hear the announcement that second year middle Dayna Jansen Van Doorn earned a spot on this year’s Canadian Senior Women’s Volleyball team. The team was selected after an intensive four-day Selection Camp held May 10th -14th in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
|Spartans Win Consolation Side|
Women's Volleyball - date: Mar. 4th, 2006
CALGARY – The Trinity Western University Spartans edged the University of Alberta Pandas 3-2 (24-26, 25-22, 25-22, 15-25, 15-7) to claim the Consolation Championship at the 2006 CIS Women’s Volleyball Championships. The match was a battle of a pair of Canada West teams that met in the semi-final of the Conference Final Four tournament last weekend at UBC that saw Alberta win in five sets.
|March 3 Spartans Rebound with Win|
Women's Volleyball - date: Mar. 3rd, 2006
CALGARY - The Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team rebounded from Thursday night’s tough loss to the Calgary Dinos with a solid effort against the Saint Mary’s University Huskies Friday afternoon in Calgary. The Spartans booked a spot in the consolation final of the 2006 Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s volleyball championship with a 3-0 win (25-21, 25-18, 25-16) over the Huskies.
|Mar 2 Spartans Fall to Dinos|
Women's Volleyball - date: Mar. 2nd, 2006
CALGARY – The Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team opened their first ever CIS championship with a 3-0 loss to the Championship host, University of Calgary, Thursday night in Calgary. The pressure of their first experience on a championship court showed in the first set as the Spartans struggled early and fell 25-17. TWU regrouped and took control of the second set and led 12-3 early in the set, but the Dinos rallied from the deficit to take the critical set 26-24. The loss took the wind out of the Spartans as the Dinos used the energy from the home crowd and the momentum of the second set victory to sweep the Spartans with a 25-16 third set win.
|TWU's RHONDA SCHMULAND CLAIMS THÉRÈSE QUIGLEY AWAR|
Women's Volleyball - date: Mar. 1st, 2006
Laplante of St-Elzéar-de-Beauce, Que. claims the Mary Lyons Award for the second time, becoming the seventh multiple-winner of the award. She was previously honoured in 2002-03. Other major award winners announced on Wednesday night during the Husky All-Canadian Awards Dinner held at the Canada Olympic Park in Calgary were McGill University’s Jennifer Thomson of Rosemere, Que., who received rookie-of-the-year honours, Trinity Western University’s Julie Blackburn of Surrey, B.C., who became the first recipient of the new libero of the year award, University of British Columbia’s Doug Reimer of Kelowna, B.C., chosen coach of the year for the fourth time, and Rhonda Schmuland of Calgary, also from Trinity Western, recipient of the Thérèse Quigley Award recognizing her excellence in volleyball, academics and community involvement.
|Feb 27 Volleyball Teams Honoured|
Women's Volleyball - date: Feb. 27th, 2006
Langley, British Columbia – The Trinity Western University men’s and women’s volleyball teams pulled down five of the top Canada West awards this week.
|Feb 27CIS women’s volleyball -Seedings and draw an|
Women's Volleyball - date: Feb. 27th, 2006
OTTAWA (CIS) – The University of British Columbia Thunderbirds have been established tournament favourites for the 2006 Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s volleyball championship set to get under way on Thursday at the University of Calgary.
|Spartans Claim Bronze at Final Four|
Women's Volleyball - date: Feb. 23rd, 2006
vancouver - The Trinity Western Spartans staved off match point en route to a nail-biting 3-2 victory over the Calgary Dinos to capture the bronze medal at the Canada West Final Four Friday afternoon at UBC (25-22, 24-26, 25-23, 23-25, 16-14).
|Feb 18 SPARTANS GOING TO NATIONALS|
Women's Volleyball - date: Feb. 18th, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team saved their best performance of the weekend for last as they beat the University of Regina in straight sets, 3-0 (25-17, 25-20, 25-16). With the win the Spartans clinch a berth in the CIS National Championship for the first time in their short seven year history as part of the CIS. Liz Spear (3rd year, middle, Langley) was named player of the match for her extraordinary individual effort compiling nine blocks, and adding eight kills in the short three set match.
|Feb 17 UPSET IN FIVE SETS BY THE COUGARS|
Women's Volleyball - date: Feb. 17th, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia – It was a heartbreaking loss for the Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team Friday night at TWU. The Spartans fell in five sets, 3-2 (25-22, 15-25, 20-25, 25-21, 16-14) to the University of Regina in the Canada West Quarter Final match. With the win the Cougars forced a final match in the best of three series. On the line in tomorrow’s match is a trip to the Canada West playoffs and a possible trip to nationals in Calgary.
|Feb 16 TWU WINS FIRST EVER HOME PLAYOFF MATCH|
Women's Volleyball - date: Feb. 16th, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The playoff match between the sixth ranked Trinity Western University (15-5) women’s volleyball team and the tenth ranked University of Regina (12-8) was tight from start to finish. In the end TWU won the match 3-1 (25-27, 26-24, 25-20, 25-21), but not before the Cougars pushed the Spartans for every point. TWU now leads the best of three series 1-0, with match two set for tomorrow night at 6 p.m.
|Feb 11 Spartans Clinch Second with Win|
Women's Volleyball - date: Feb. 11th, 2006
SASKATOON, Saskatchewan – After dropping Friday night’s match to the University of Saskatchewan the Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team needed a win Saturday night to clinch second place in Canada West. The Spartans were once again pushed by the Huskies, TWU trailed 2-1 but were able to win the final two sets to take the match 3-2 (21-25, 25-18, 23-25, 25-18, 15-9). The win moves the fifth ranked Spartans to 15-5, while the loss drops the Huskies to 4-16.
|Feb 10 Huskies Shock Spartans|
Women's Volleyball - date: Feb. 10th, 2006
SASKATOON, Saskatchewan – In their final weekend of action, the University of Saskatchewan women's volleyball team defeated the CIS fifth-ranked Trinity Western University Spartans in five sets 25-22, 14-25, 25-23, 13-25, 15-13 en route to Huskies fourth conference victory. The win improves the Huskies record to 4-15, while Trinity Western moves to 14-5.
|Feb 4 ELECTRIFYING MATCH LIVES UP TO HYPE|
Women's Volleyball - date: Feb. 4th, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The fifth ranked Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team pushed the second ranked University of British Columbia to five sets Saturday night at TWU. But the Thunderbirds came from behind to win the match 3-2 (21-25, 25-23, 23-25, 25-13, and 15-10). With the loss the Spartans (14-4) can no longer take first place from UBC (17-1) in the Canada West conference.
|Feb 3 #5 TWU FALLS IN FOUR SETS TO #2 UBC|
Women's Volleyball - date: Feb. 3rd, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia -The fifth ranked Trinity Western women’s volleyball team faced off against the second ranked University of British Columbia Friday night at TWU’s Langley campus. At stake this weekend was the top spot in Canada West. The Spartans battled the Thunderbirds throughout the match. TWU had a solid night blocking, but the UBC offense and their ability to dig the ball proved to be the difference as the Thunderbirds took the match 3-1 (25-20, 21-25, 25-21, 25-17). The loss ends the Spartans ten match winning streak and drops the Spartans to 14-3, while the win improves the Thunderbirds to 16-1.
|Jan 28 SPARTANS HAVE STRAIGHT SETS WEEKEND|
Women's Volleyball - date: Jan. 28th, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia - Trinity Western University’s women’s volleyball team improved their record to 14-2 against the Simon Fraser University Clan in a 3-0 (25-17, 25-13, 25-20) win Saturday night at TWU’s Langley, B.C. campus. The Clan (3-13) challenged the Spartans in the third set, but were unable to match the sixth ranked Spartans down the stretch.
|Jan 27 SPARTANS CRUISE TO STRAIGHT SETS VICTORY|
Women's Volleyball - date: Jan. 27th, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia - The sixth ranked Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team forced their game onto Simon Fraser University winning 3-0 (25-11, 25-12, 25-21) Friday night at TWU’s Langley, B.C. campus. The 13-2 Spartans controlled the play from the start and never let the 3-12 Clan into the match. The win extends the Spartans conference winning streak to nine matches.
|Jan 14 Spartans Extend Win Streak to Eight|
Women's Volleyball - date: Jan. 14th, 2006
KAMLOOPS, British Columbia - The Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team had three players with double-doubles as the second ranked Spartans topped the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack 3-1 (25-16, 28-30, 25-15, 25-18) Saturday night in Kamloops, B.C. The win keeps TWU alone in first place in Canada West with a record of 12-2, while the loss drops TRU to 1-15. The win also extends the Spartans winning streak to eight matches.
|Jodi Schaufele CIS AOW|
Women's Volleyball - date: Jan. 11th, 2006
OTTAWA (CIS) – Volleyball player Jodi Schaufele from the Trinity Western University Spartans and hockey player Ryan Lauzon from the Saint Mary’s University Huskies are the Canadian Interuniversity Sport - VIA Rail female and male athletes of the week for the period ending Jan. 8, 2006. Schaufele represents the first TWU Spartan to receive a CIS athlete of the week honour.
|Jan 9 Jodi Schaufele named Canada West Athlete of |
Women's Volleyball - date: Jan. 9th, 2006
Jodi Schaufele (4th , LS, Vancouver, BC) – Trinity Western Spartans, Volleyball. Fourth year Human Kinetics major Jodi Shaufele helped the eighth ranked Spartans improve to 10-2 in Canada West league play with two upset wins over the second ranked University of Alberta Pandas, 3-2 and 3-0.
|Jan 7 Spartans Dominate Pandas- #8 TWU takes out #|
Women's Volleyball - date: Jan. 7th, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The eighth ranked Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team served the second ranked University of Alberta off the court Saturday night, as the Spartans swept the weekend series, 2-0. TWU showed that Friday night’s five set win was no fluke as they followed it up with a straight set victory 3-0 (25-23, 25-11, 25-20).
|Jan 6 Spartans Stun Pandas in Five Sets|
Women's Volleyball - date: Jan. 6th, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The eighth ranked Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team got one of the biggest wins in their short seven year CIS history Friday night at TWU. The Spartans matched second ranked University of Alberta Pandas point for point to take the five set match 25-17, 25-23, 22-25, 19-25 and 15-11. The win moves the Spartans to 9-2, while the loss drops the Pandas to 9-2 in Canada West league play. Both teams are now tied with UBC for first place at 18 points each.
|Jan 3 Blues Stop Spartans|
Women's Volleyball - date: Jan. 3rd, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia - The eighth ranked Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team struggled offensively Tuesday night in their first match of the New Year, dropping a non-conference match 3-1 (25-23, 17-25, 25-22, 25-23) to the visiting Toronto Varsity Blues.
Women's Volleyball - date: Dec. 1st, 2005
Led by a strong mix of veterans and rookies the TWU women’s volleyball team is coming off of their most successful start in school history. The Spartans are currently ranked eighth in the CIS and sit tied for second place in Canada West with a record of eight wins and two losses and an overall record of 15 wins and five losses.
|Nov 26 SPARTANS ROLL IN STRAIGHT SETS |
Women's Volleyball - date: Nov. 26th, 2005
LANGLEY, British Columbia - The ninth ranked Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team swept the Brandon University winning 3-0 (25-13, 25-19, 25-18) Saturday night at TWU. The Spartans cruised in the first set winning handily and the second and third sets were closer but TWU was just too much for Brandon to handle.
|Nov 25 Spartans Pushed by Bobcats |
Women's Volleyball - date: Nov. 25th, 2005
LANGLEY, British Columbia - Statistically the ninth ranked Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team dominated Brandon University in Friday night’s 3-2 (25-10, 25-12, 22-25, 22-25, 15-8) win. But after giving up the first two sets the Bobcats did not role over, instead they came out in the third set playing aggressively and took the match to the Spartans.
|Nov 19Spartans Dropped by Thunderbirds|
Women's Volleyball - date: Nov. 19th, 2005
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - The Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team battled the University of British Columbia for four sets before falling 3-1 ( 25-22, 25-27, 25-20, 25-23) Saturday night at UBC’s War Memorial Gym.
|Nov 18 Spartans Fall to Thunderbirds|
Women's Volleyball - date: Nov. 18th, 2005
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - The Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team dropped a nail-biting first set 29-27 to the University of British Columbia. The tough loss set the ninth ranked Spartans back as the fourth ranked Thunderbirds took the next two sets 25-21 and 25-16 to sweep the match 3-0.
|Nov 14 Spartans Still Perfect|
Women's Volleyball - date: Nov. 14th, 2005
LANGLEY, British Columbia - The ninth ranked Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team (4-0) completed their sweep of the Simon Fraser University Clan (1-5) with a 3-0 (25-20, 25-20, 25-14) win Monday night on Burnaby Mountain.
|Nov 13 Spartans Sweep Clan|
Women's Volleyball - date: Nov. 13th, 2005
BURNABY, British Columbia - The Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team spoiled the Simon Fraser University Clan’s home opener by topping SFU 3-0 (25-17, 25-20, 25-18) Sunday afternoon on Burnaby Mountain. The win moves TWU to 3-0, while ht loss drops SFU to 1-4.
|Nov 5 Spartans’ Attack Strong Against WolfPack|
Women's Volleyball - date: Nov. 5th, 2005
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Backed by the strong overall play of Rhonda Schmuland (5th year, Calgary, middle, AB) with one ace, five kills and four blocks, TWU (2-0) earned their second victory in the young season in straight sets (25-18, 25-16, 25-14) over Thompson Rivers University(1-5).
|Nov 4 Spartans Too Much For WolfPack|
Women's Volleyball - date: Nov. 4th, 2005
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Led by the impressive performance of Saralyn Raugust (3rd yr, Delia, leftside, AB) with 12 kills and four blocks, the Spartans’ women’s volleyball team started the season off with their first victory in their first match over the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack. Raugust was the player of the game for Trinity Western as she killed 42% of the sets that went her way. TWU (1-0) had a great all around team effort that saw them win in straight sets (25-11, 25-20, 25-19) over TRU (1-4).
|Oct 22 Spartans Take three of four at Cap Tourney|
Women's Volleyball - date: Oct. 22nd, 2005
NORTH VANCOUVER, British Columbia – TWU libero Julie Blackburn (3rd yr, Surrey, BC) was named to the tournament all-star team as the Trinity Western University women’s volleyball team won three of their four matches at the Capilano College tournament this past Friday and Saturday.
|Oct 16 Spartans Finish Third at McGill|
Women's Volleyball - date: Oct. 16th, 2005
MONTREAL, Quebec - Behind the all-star performance of TWU's Danielle Foth (2nd yr, LS/RS, Abbotsford, BC) the Trinity Western University women's volleyball team finished in a tie for third at this weekend's McGill Invitational tournament.
|Oct 14 Good to Great|
Women's Volleyball - date: Oct. 14th, 2005
LANGLEY, British Columbia – A team that was described as "young and somewhat raw" last season is now older and possessing the quiet confidence gained only through experience and the taste of success. After a best ever 8-12 record and sixth place finish, Trinity Western University Women's Volleyball made their first appearance in the Canada West playoffs last year, an exciting milestone in their six year history in the CIS.
|TWU Drop's Opener to Washington|
Women's Volleyball - date: Sep. 1st, 2005
SEATTLE, Washingon - The second-ranked Washington volleyball team defeated Trinity Western in straight sets this afternoon, 30-14, 30-15, 30-15, in an exhibition match at Bank of American Arena. Three Huskies tallied double figure kills including senior Brie Hagerty (Defiance, Ohio) who had 11 kills on 16 swings with just one error for a team-best .625 hitting percentage. Senior Sanja Tomasevic (Uzice, Serbia and Montenegro) had 12 kills for UW, while sophomore Christal Morrison (Puyallup) had 10 kills and fell just shy of a double-double with nine digs.
|Jan 13 Spartans Extend Streak to Seven|
Women's Volleyball - date: Jan. 13th, 2005
KAMLOOPS, British Columbia – CIS Via player of the week Jodi Schaufele led the Spartans with nine kills and six digs as Trinity Western University defeated the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack 3-0 (25-13, 25-19, 25-23) Friday night in Kamloops, BC. The win moves TWU to 11-2 and sole possession of first place in Canada West, while the loss drops TRU to 1-14.
|WV||03-02||@Regina (CIS Fifth Place Match)||W||3-2|
|WV||03-01||Ottawa (CIS Consolation Semifinal - Regina)||W||3-0|
|WV||02-28||Dalhousie (CIS Championship Quarter-Finals - Regina)||L||3-1|
|WV||02-22||UBC-O CW Bronze@UBC||W||3-1|
|WV||02-21||@Manitoba (Canada West Semifinal @UBC)||L||3-0|
|WV||02-14||REGINA (Canada West Quarter-Finals)||W||3-0|
|WV||02-13||REGINA (Canada West Quarter-Finals)||W||3-0|
|CIS Top Ten as of 02/18/2014|
|Kara Jansen Van Doorn||25||Brandon||02/05/11|
|Kara Jansen Van Doorn||25||British Columbia||10/31/09|
|Chelsea Hudson||56||Winnipeg Wesmen||11/27/10|
|Anna Paddock||56||Alberta Pandas||02/10/07|
|Lies Verhoeff||10||Winnipeg Wesmen||11/30/02|
|Kelci French||8||Thompson Rivers WolfPack||11/09/12|
|Andrea Ball||31||Manitoba Bisons||11/21/09|
|Julie Blackburn||31||Brandon Bobcats||01/05/07|
|Dayna JansenVanDoorn||12||Calgary Dinos||01/27/08|
|Rhonda Schmuland||12||UBC Thunderbirds||11/08/03|
|Kara Jansen Van Doorn||379||.218||2010|
|Kara Jansen Van Doorn||318||.206||2009|
|Kara Jansen Van Doorn||52||105||2010|
|Dayna Jansen Van Doorn||158||113||2008|
|Kara Jansen Van Doorn||953||.210||2007-10|
|Kara Jansen Van Doorn||100||320||2007-10|