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2014-15 Volleyball Record
Overall CCAC Streak Home Away Neutral
21-17 (.553) 12-6 (.667) Lost 3 5-4 15-10 1-3
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Arlington Heights, IL (Thursday, Oct. 30) – Judson is right in the running as the end of the regular season comes to an end. The Eagles have bounced back from their last loss against Trinity Christian as they took on Robert Morris on Thursday night. Judson has come full circle in making this a season to certainly build on and continue forward as a program. The resilience of this team has been tested all season and the challenge they face now is finishing conference play, carrying their momentum into the postseason.

  
Eagles Split Crossover Weekend Series Volleyball - Mon, Oct. 27, 2014

Palos Heights, IL (October 24th & 25th) – The Lady Eagles are nearing the end of the regular season. In weekend action both Friday and Saturday night, Judson completed the last of the CCAC crossover games and the last big challenge of conference play. Traveling to Palos Heights the Eagles took on Calumet College (IN), Olivet Nazarene (IL), Purdue-Calumet (IN), and Trinity Christian (IL). Judson looked as though they did not get the type of successful weekend they wanted as they ended up splitting the four game series 2-2. The Eagles are now 19-14 overall, and drop to 4th in the CCAC with a record of 10-4.

 
Eagles Split Crossover Weekend Series Volleyball - Mon, Oct. 27, 2014

Palos Heights, IL (October 24th & 25th) – The Lady Eagles are nearing the end of the regular season. In weekend action both Friday and Saturday night, Judson completed the last of the CCAC crossover games and the last big challenge of conference play. Traveling to Palos Heights the Eagles took on Calumet College (IN), Olivet Nazarene (IL), Purdue-Calumet (IN), and Trinity Christian (IL). Judson looked as though they did not get the type of successful weekend they wanted as they ended up splitting the four game series 2-2. The Eagles are now 19-14 overall, and drop to 4th in the CCAC with a record of 10-4.

  
Eagles Look Focused in Key CCAC Victory Volleyball - Wed, Oct. 22, 2014

Elgin, IL (Tuesday, Oct. 21) – After an uncharacteristic weekend the Eagles looked to regain their identity come Tuesday as they faced another top conference team. Despite the weekend the Eagles have found a recipe for success, and they are baking up something good. What is most exciting for this Judson team is the long awaited breakout season. Tuesday night proved to be an additional ingredient to this story as the Eagles rallied to take down now 7-4 (CCAC) Roosevelt University. 

  

Elgin, IL (Tuesday, Oct. 14) – The Lady Eagles find themselves in unfamiliar territory. After completing their ninth game in conference Tuesday night, Judson now stands atop the North Division in the CCAC and looks to make a run for the conference title. Despite the breakthrough season, this team knows they deserve to be there and nothing seems "unfamiliar" about their position. The Eagles took a big game from Cardinal Stritch (WI) and now look to make their run in this second half of conference play. Already having beat St. Francis (IL) (8-2 CCAC) the challenge will be for Judson to not beat themselves. This team is strong and intimidating, mixed with a cool, calm and collective swag that combines for a deadly blend that keeps this squad rolling.

  
Judson Passes Through Non-Conference Match-up Volleyball - Fri, Oct. 10, 2014

Gary, IN – The Eagles finished up their road series on Thursday, October 9th against Indiana University-Northwest in Gary Indiana. Judson had just come off a tough conference loss to Saint Xavier and looked to get back in the swing of things in a non-conference match-up. The Eagles proved to have no trouble handling the 3-21 Redhawks en route to a three set 25-9, 25-12, 25-22 victory.

 
Eagles Hit Road Bump in CCAC Competition Volleyball - Wed, Oct. 8, 2014

Chicago, IL – Judson faced a tough battle in their fourth road game since September 30th against Saint Xavier on October 7th. The Eagles to this point boasted a 6-1 CCAC record and swept weekend competition in the CCAC Crossover just two days before. Tuesday night proved to be more of a bump in the road as the Eagles dropped just their second game in conference, now 6-2 in CCAC, 14-10 overall.