FALL 2012 NEWS:
Congratulations to the HACC Women's Volleyball Team for placing three players on the All-Conference team!
First Team All-Conference
Ameleah Moyer Harrisburg
Second Team All-Conference
Jess Farabaugh Harrisburg
Miranda Lomman Harrisburg
Congratulations to the women's volleyball team who is advancing to the first round in the NJCAA Region 19 Championship Tournament as the second seed for the Eastern PA Athletic Conference. The Hawks will take on Union County College, the third seed from the Garden State Athletic Conference, Tuesday October 23 at 7:00 PM in the Evans Center on the Harrisburg Campus.
HACC vs. Montgomery CCC 10/13/12
Alice Muzellec #6 and Miranda Lomman #16 go for a block Ameleah Moyer #17 spikes it
Jess Farabaugh #10 and Laura Heck #18 get ready to block
Laura Heck #18 sets the ball for Ameleah Moyer #17
Jess Harrington #15 serves the ball
The team after defeating Montgomery County CC!
Hawks vs. Luzerne and Delaware Sept 8, 2012
The HACC women’s volleyball team started their season 2-0 on Saturday with sweeps of Luzerne and Delaware County Community Colleges in Evans Gymnasium. The match against Luzerne was a team effort that saw great passing and serving, along with all six starters tallying kills and digs. The Hawks were led by Ameleah Moyer with ten kills and six blocks and Jess Farabaugh with eleven digs. In the match against Delaware County, Moyer was nearly unstoppable as she recorded 14 kills and only one error on 19 swings. Laura Heck and Jess Harrington distributed the ball well, tallying nine and eight assists respectively.
The team faces off against Delaware County again on Tuesday in the first road match of the season as they look to continue their winning ways.
Fall 2011 Announcements:
Lady Hawks Volleyball has established itself as one of the top teams in the EPCC. The Lady Hawks completed their Fall 2009 season undefeated in EPCC conference and tournament play, but fell to Potomac State in the PCAA Championship Game. The Lady Hawks had three athletes named EPCC All-Tournament. In the 2007-08 season the Lady Hawks won the EPCC conference tournament and regular season, and were Champions in the PCAA. In the 2002 and 2003 seasons HACC finished regular season play in first place in the division. This gave the team the honor of hosting the EPCC tournament for the past three years. During the 2002 and 2003 seasons, the Lady Hawks advanced to the championship games only to fall short to their rival team, Lehigh Carbon, by one game.