Volleyball Signs Strong Recruiting Class

Head Coach Jocelyn Lawrence has announced a strong, deep, and talented class of 2019 recruiting class set to begin training later this summer for the upcoming fall season for BC volleyball. Here are Coach Lawrence's recruits along with coaches' comments.   KYLA BONSEN 5’8” - Setter Lynden High School Major: Elementary Education Kyla Bonsen joins ...more about Volleyball Signs Strong Recruiting Class

BC’s Rowell named NWAC volleyball player of the week

BC sophomore middle hitter Carlee Rowell was named the Under Armour NWAC volleyball player of the week, the conference announced Sept. 12. Rowell had 76 kills on a 37.2% hitting efficiency with 17 blocks (15 solo) and 15 aces in 26 sets last week.

BC All-American Dyer Signs With U. of Providence

Another outstanding transfer brings maturity to the Lady Argo’s program after having a young core group last fall. First-Team All-American outside hitter Averi Dyer from Bellevue College is the second transfer to sign with the Lady Argos for the 2018 Recruiting Class.

Dyer Named First-Team All-American in Volleyball

BC sophomore Averi Dyer was named a first-team Two-Year College All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. Dyer, an outside hitter, helped the Bulldogs to the NWAC North Region title and a second-place finish in the 2017 NWAC Championships.

BC Athletes Receive NWAC Academic Excellence Awards

Bellevue College was well-represented on the 2017 NWAC Fall Sports Academic Excellence Awards with seven student-athletes named to the list. Four BC men’s soccer players received conference academic recognition, along with two members of the women’s soccer team and one volleyball player.

Top-ranked Chemeketa derails Bellevue’s upset bid

Down two sets to one, halfway thru the fourth set, top-ranked Chemeketa was trailing seventh-ranked Bellevue 11-4 after surrendering eight straight points. Then the Storm ran off a 21-10 run to end the fourth set in a 25-21 win. The Storm then won the deciding set.

Chemeketa and Bellevue to battle for NWAC Volleyball Title

The Chemeketa Storm and Bellevue Bulldogs will square off Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center in Tacoma, Wash. The match will feature the NWAC’s top two teams in kill efficiency. The Bulldogs had the top number .243 followed by the Storm’s .229.Chemeketa came into the tournament ranked No. 1 and is riding a 23-win match streak.

BC Volleyball Ready For NWAC Championships

The Bellevue College volleyball team has matured into a contender entering the NWCA Championship Tournament. Then again, with just three returning sophomores, it’s not like the Bulldogs had a choice. The North Region champion Bulldogs open the NWAC Championships against Spokane on Thursday, Nov. 16 at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center.