WVWC volleyball announces 2022 schedule

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Wesleyan volleyball team and head coach Nancy Wheeler announced its 2022 fall schedule on Friday (August 19). The Lady Bobcats are scheduled to play 12 home matches inside the Rockefeller Center.
 
Wesleyan will begin its season at the Queens Classic in Charlotte, N.C. WVWC will square off against Nova Southeastern in their first match on Friday (Aug. 26). The Lady Bobcats are slated to play Tampa, the defending NCAA National Champions, in their second contest on Friday (Aug. 26). Lee and Mount Olive round out the schedule for WVWC at the Queens Classic.
 
WVWC will up the road to Pennsylvania to take on teams in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. The Lady Bobcats will play Mercyhurst and Gannon on Sept. 9, and East Stroudsburg and Edinboro on Sept. 10.
 
The Lady Bobcats open Mountain East Conference play in the Rockefeller Center versus Charleston on Tuesday Sept. 20. Wesleyan will be on the road for the following two games against Concord on Sept. 23 and Glenville State on Sept. 27.
 
Following a road match with Charleston on Oct. 18, the Lady Bobcats will begin a three-match MEC homestand versus Wheeling (Oct. 21), West Liberty (Oct. 22) and Concord (Oct 25).
 
The Lady Bobcats will play their final two matches at home to conclude the regular season. WVWC has two MEC home battles versus Glennville State (Nov. 1) and Davis & Elkins (Nov. 4).

For the complete schedule, click here.

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