2015 Volleyball Clinic
The LBCC Volleyball program will be hosting a clinic on August 3rd, 4th and 5th. Additional details and registration form can be found by clicking on the link "2015 Volleyball Clinic" on the left hand side of this page.
2014 Women's Volleyball
Price of Admission to Home Volleyball games:
General Admission: $3.00 per person
The following are admitted free of charge with appropriate ID: LBCC Students; LBCC Staff; Military Personnel; LBCC Alumni; Children under 12 years of age
Results from Games Played:
To keep up to date with results from games played, visit http://www.nwacsports.org/volleyball for scores and standings.
Player Named to NWAC’s 2014 All-Academic team:
Natasha ‘Sasha” Bogdanovic, M/OPP, was selected for NWAC’s 2014 All-Academic team. Sasha is a Political Science major with a 3.51 GPA, and a Corvallis Crescent Valley High School graduate. She received a full volleyball scholarship to Western Oregon University, where she started spring term 2015.
“The environment and the teachers at LBCC helped me to achieve my academic goals. Class sizes have always been super good. I never had a class where I didn’t feel a personal connection with my classmates and instructors. Also, being part of Volleyball team helped a lot, because there’s a lot of structure and there’s always someone you can ask questions and get a lot of help. Coach Frazier sets us up with study tables, and pairs incoming freshman with one of the sophomores on the team to show them the ropes. Keeping your priorities straight is important. I always keep my studies and my education first - and Volleyball is the second important thing to me. Volleyball is an opportunity - rather than a task I had to complete, so I felt like I could have a little more fun with that, but still had to take my class work seriously. Plus, I feel like sports and schoolwork go hand-in-hand, because with sports you have a lot of pressure to keep your grades up to help the team GPA for stats. Being on the team helped me to connect with my instructors. When they find out I’m on the team, they always ask me about where we are playing, and try to come watch my games.”
What’s your favorite thing to eat after the game? “Burritos with lots of guacamole! Qdoba's – spicey!”
Quick video interview with Natasha “Sasha” Bogdanovic: