ARC Volleyball advances to round two of regional playoffs
November 26, 2014
The volleyball team beat Hartnell College in playoff action Tuesday with a final score of 3-1. The 21-6 Beavers now move on to host Fresno City College in 2nd-round competition on Saturday, November 29 at 7 p.m. in the small gym. ARC is ranked #3 in northern California and Fresno #6.
For more information on the playoffs, please go to http://www.cccaasports.org/sports/wvball/Championships
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California Volleyball Standings
ARC Volleyball Playoffs!
November 24, 2015
The volleyball team hosts host 1st-round playoff action Tuesday, November 25 at 7 p.m. against Hartnell College. If successful, the Beavers will then move on to host 2nd-round competition on Saturday, Novemver 29 at 7 p.m. ARC is ranked #3 in northern California! GO BEAVERS!
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Volleyball State Tournament
November 24, 2014
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November 18, 2014
Three Beavers sign National Letters of Intent to play at 4 year programs:
Erika Jones - Central Connecticut
Courtney Macklin - Southern Oregon
Alexis Johnson - Tennessee State
ARC Volleyball vs Diablo Valley
October 28, 2014
Last week the Beaver wrapped up the first half of conference with their 9th consecutive win on the road Wednesday night against Diablo Valley Vikings (25-14, 25-23, 25-15). The Beavers were able to open the game strong with the team hitting 0.333, 13 kills with 3 errors, in the first set. Game leader Erika Jones had a remarkable game hitting a 0.476: 10 Kills, 0 errors, with 21 attempts; which was one of her highest hitting percentages this season. Another steady key player against the Vikings was middle blocker Erianna Williams. Williams has been a consistent outlet for setters Monica Udahl, Leila Whaley, and Kylie Christensen the last several matches, hitting a 0.462. Alexis Johnson and Kirsten Merlino, came off the bench ready to go, with Johnson hitting 1.000 and Merlino 0.400.
The beavers continued their winning streak at home Friday night against Cosumnes River for the 10th consecutive win (25-12, 25-6, 25-9). The beavers went into the first set slow, struggling to find their tempo, but came to speed in the second and third set. The Beavers offense was notable with the team combined having 34 kills and only 7 hitting errors, in which the beavers had no hitting errors in the second set. The noteworthy playersare: Setter/Right Side, Leila Whaley 0.636, Middle Blocker, Courtney Macklin 0.600, Outside Hitter, Taylor Bunger 0.600, and Outside/Right Side hitter, Taylor Bright 0.500. The next game will be against the Panthers Wednesday October 29 at Sac City, as the Beavers continue their quest for conference champions.
ARC Volleyball Undefeated in Conference
October 24, 2014
Home game tonight at 6:30 p.m. vs. Cosumnes River. Come out to support your Beavers!
ARC Volleyball vs Sierra
October 22, 2014
Friday night at Sierra College was the place to be for Beavers fans. Defeating the Sierra Wolverines 3 sets to 0 (25-22, 25-17, 25-8), the Beavers continued their conference season long winning streak. Opening the first set the Beavers took a slow tempo offensively with a combined team hitting a .182. In the second and thirds sets, the Beavers found that aggressive momentum that keeps them undefeated. Serving was a big factor in the third set, allowing the Beavers to make their lead more prominent. Setter Monica Udahl lead the team with 16 serving attempts, while Erika Jones led the team with 3 serving aces and second with 14 serving attempts. This game the noted game leaders were Setter/Right Side Leila Whaley; hitting a .667, Middle Blocker Erianna Williams; hitting 0.429, and Middle Blocker Courtney Macklin; hitting a .389. The Beavers wrap up the first half of conference on the road this upcoming Wednesday October 22 taking on Diablo Valley.
American River College Beavers Ranked 3rd in NorCal
October 21, 2014
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Beavers vs San Joaquin Delta
October 10, 2014
A sluggish start quickly transformed into an intense match, Friday night at the Beaver Lodge. The Beavers are on a six game winning streak after defeating Delta College Mustangs 3 sets to 1 (15-25, 25-21, 25-23, 25-15). In the first set the Beavers fell battling not only team errors, but Delta’s offense and serving. Out of the 27 hitting attempts the Beavers ended the first set hitting 0.000% with only completing seven kills the entire set. After losing the first set 15-25, the Beavers head coach Ashlie Frame was able to spark some fire back into the Beavers who came back and won the next three sets. With libero, Kiana Chaney, and outside hitter, Taylor Bunger, aggressive on defense with a combined total of 39 digs, the true spark came from both freshman middles Courtney Macklin and Erianna Williams. Both girls were able to bring not only the energy that was missing the first set, but the kills and blocks needed to dominate the board. Macklin had a total of 30 hitting attempts, 13 kills, and only 2 errors. Another honorable mention is Williams who made some great plays with a total of 31 hitting attempts, 15 kills, and 4 errors. The Beavers next match with be home On Wednesday October 15th against Santa Rosa Junior College.
2014 Preseason Volleyball Recap
After a slow start, Beavers improved drastically over the course of the preseason schedule. A tough weekend schedule Sept. 4th and 5th started with a sweep of CCSF and then a 5 game loss to Feather River. The athletes then drove out to foothill to take on strong Foothill and Fresno teams..They suffered 3-1 losses to both teams.
The team regrouped for the Delta Classic, a 16 team tournament the following weekend. By minimizing their unforced errors from the previous weekend, the Beavers swept Lassen College, Defeated Foothill 3-1 and swept Fresno 3-0. In the Championship game Beavers lost in game 4 24-26 to 2013 State Champions Cabrillo College.. All Tournament Selections Courtney Macklin led the team in blocking and hitting percentage whil Taylor Bunger led the team in kills.
The next weekend Beavers drove down to Cabrillo college for a rematch and game against Porterville College. The team was able to beat Porterville 3-1 led by strong serve receive by Kiana Chaney and effocient attacking by Leila Whaley and Erianna Williams. The Beavers started off strong against Cabrillo winning set 2 but starting setter Monica Udahl went out in set 2 with a concussion. Beavers offense was not the same and they struggled to out hit
very efficent Cabrillo College.
This past weekend Beavers faced Butte College and Hartnell College who both have been voted in top 25. With Leila Whaley running offense the beavers swept both teams with steady serve recieve and great blocking by Courtney Macklin and Erianna Williams.
Taylor Bunger recorded two more double doubles - hitting and digging high numbers in each set.
Beavers take on CRC away and Sac City at home this Friday at 630PM. come support your Beavers!