2018-19 Athletics News

  • Coffey tackles two nationals for two different sports in one year
    April 27, 2019
    Two nationals. Two sports. One Year. It’s uncommon for student-athletes to play more than one competitive sport in college while balancing school. It’s even more uncommon for them to compete with both teams at a national tournament in the same school year. Elizabeth Coffey is the exception.
  • Twin bonds are strong in Athletics
    April 10, 2019
    Sometimes sibling rivalry can make each other stronger—and the bonds of being a twin are an added bonus. Cyclone Athletics had three sets of twins playing on three different teams in the same year: Amanda and Taylor Bulow on volleyball, Mary and Audrey Stocklen on tennis, and Julia and Kate Ruzevich on basketball. The Bulows are fraternal, and the others are identical.
  • 2019 Athletics Hall of Fame Induction
    March 18, 2019
    The 2019 Athletics Hall of Fame class included Gloria Coughlin, Bob Freudenthal, Bob Lanigan, Dennis Wierzal and Natalie Wigginton.
  • Cyclone Athletics unveils new website
    March 07, 2019
    Moraine Valley Athletics has a new brand and has unveiled a new website, making it simple and convenient to search through the college’s 12 sports programs.
  • Five inducted into Athletics Hall of Fame
    February 14, 2019
    In its second installment of inductees, the Athletics Hall of Fame saw coaches and players honored at a ceremony on Feb. 7.
  • Pack da Place during basketball games
    January 24, 2019
    Free giveaways and entertainment will abound at Pack the Place during the Cyclone men’s and women’s basketball games on Thursday, Feb. 7, in the Cyclone Center in Building H.
  • Cyclones boast most successful fall for national qualifiers
    November 08, 2018
    It’s been quite a fall for Cyclone Athletics. Among all the conference and region accolades, eight individuals and two teams have qualified to compete at the national tournament. Over the years, the Cyclones have boasted a number of championships and national berths. However, this fall has seen the most in the department’s existence.