Coley Pawlikowski was fired from her position as women’s volleyball head coach Wednesday night, according to Stony Brook Athletics.
Stony Brook Volleyball used its enthusiastic energy to defeat the Hartford Hawks, 3-1 (25-18, 20-25, 25-17, 25-12) at Pritchard Gymnasium last Friday night.
Despite four separate individual career-high performances, the Stony Brook volleyball team was unable to emerge from their last road campaign.
“We just have to keep working hard,” sophomore middle blocker Taylor Wilson said. “We have to keep going, we have to push and we have to take wins when we can take them.”
“Our focus has been on improving since day one,” head coach Coley Pawlikowski said. “We’re getting better, we’re improving everyday. That’s all we can hope for.”
An Alabama star has been shining for Stony Brook Volleyball. In her first year as a libero, freshman Kardasia Hitchcock has been a defensive beast for the Seawolves.
Poor defense led to the seventh sweep loss of the season for Stony Brook Volleyball, as the team fell to New Hampshire, 25-19, 25-15, 25-22, on Sunday afternoon.
The Stony Brook women's volleyball team came out flat against Sacred Heart, losing in three sets Tuesday night at the Pitt Center in Fairfield, Connecticut.
After nearly two years since its last five-set victory, the Stony Brook Volleyball team claimed two such wins in the span of four days.
Middle blocker McKyla Brooks, setter Morgan Kath and outside hitter Taylor Wilson are the most senior starters for Stony Brook’s Volleyball team. They are all sophomores.