Program History

Making History

The College of Saint Elizabeth Volleyball Record Book is now available!  

Career Records

Season Records

Single Match Records 

Team Bests

In 1994, Screaming Eagles volleyball began its journey at the NCAA III level.  As a member of the Association of Independents and of the Hudson Valley Women’s Athletic Conference, the team experienced a good deal of success, earning quarter-final and semi-final berths numerous times in the conference tournament. 

In 2008, their final year as member of the HVWAC, the Screaming Eagles enjoyed one of their best years in the conference, placing second in the regular season with a 5W-1L record and reaching the semi-final of the conference tournament. In recognition of their regular season work and post-season tournament endeavors, Renee Windeknecht, Isabel Machuca and Irena Moore were named to the HVWAC Volleyball All-Conference Team.

In 2009, the College of Saint Elizabeth entered a new chapter in its athletic history as it joined the North Eastern Athletic Conference.  In its inaugural season, Irena Moore earned the NJAIAW Woman of the Year award celebrated at Seton Hall University.  In 2011, co-captain Chanice Sears earned the same distinction after leading the Screaming Eagles to its most successful season overall in the history of the program during that year.

During the 2012 campaign, the Screaming Eagles had its most successful campaign in program history under Head Coach Tony Martins posting a program’s best 22W-7L record in 2012. 

The 2012 Screaming Eagles posted a program best 22W, the best overall record (22W-7L), the most wins in the NEAC since CSE joined the conference (6W), the best team record in the NEAC since CSE joined the conference (6W-5L) and tied the highest finish ever in the NEAC (6th). 

After opening up with a loss to start the 2014 season, the Eagles won their next 5 matches including wins over Kings College, John Jay, and Bryn Aythn. CSE dropped their next 2 contests before defeating Rosemont College, 3-0. Following the win, the Eagles hit a rough patch, losing 11 of their next 13 games to fall to 8-14 on the season. Following the losing streak, the Eagles won their next 3 games before dropping the following 2. With a 11-16 record, the Eagles won their final 6 games including wins over Cobleskill, Cazenovia, and York, to finish the season with a 17-16 record. Subhana Wrights lead the team with 319 kills, 45 blocked shots, and 390 points. Katie Cooper added 461 digs, 123 sets, and 89 service aces.