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Athletics
Mustang Athletic Teams

Volleyball (Girls)

The Mustangs, still in search of their first Colorado championship, compete in Class 4A and remain a part of the otherwise-5A Centennial League that regularly plays for championships. In 2022, the Mustangs, who return 10 players from the past season’s team, will have a 23-match schedule in the regular season that will include non-league matchups, a run through the league as well as the Centennial Challenge, end participation in eight tournaments. The regular season will run through Oct. 29. Regionals, which will involve 36 teams, are to be completed by Nov. 5 and the Colorado Tournament, containing 12 teams,  will be Nov. 10-12.

Volleyball in the news

List of 5 news stories.

  • Ethan Saloom Joins Sports Performance

    by: Hank Hooper, Associate Athletic Director
    The introduction is overdue, but for the past 50+ days, Ethan Saloom has been pushing our kids to get better. Ethan was hired as an assistant Sports Performance coach, and he brings a world of ‘smarts’ with him. Once destined to become a mechanical engineer, it just didn’t feel right, so the path was changed. His love of sports was too strong, and that field of endeavor in some capacity was calling. He was sure his degree in exercise science would lead him to physical therapy, but COVID created an alternate path. The pandemic slowed everything and everyone down for a time, and it allowed Ethan to really eyeball his future and find an answer to the question of what he was going to do with his degree. He decided on building something – Athletes.
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  • Athletic Monthly

    by: Hank Hooper, Associate Athletic Director
  • Nine Make Their Decisions Official

    by: Hank Hooper, Associate Athletic Director
    Nine senior Mullen athletes put pen to paper and officially declared their athletic residency for the next four years of their lives.  November 8th was the declared date for senior athletes from all across the county to declare their intent (with the exception of football) to play their sport at a college or university at the onset of a new fall, and at a 12:45 PM ceremony in the newly constructed Student Life Center in the Sferra Center on the Mullen campus, that is exactly what these nine Mustangs did.
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  • Mullen Downs Smoky Hill in Volleyball

    Hank Hooper, Associate Athletic Director
    The Mullen Mustang girls’ volleyball team took on Smoky Hill in their last regularly scheduled league game before getting underway in the Centennial League’s post-conference schedule tournament. 
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  • Mullen Extends Streak Against Golden

    by: Hank Hooper, Associate Athletic Director
    Did you know that the Mullen volleyball team in its five wins leading up to its match with Golden has not surrendered a single loss.  In their five wins, they are 15 and 0.  I wish that could be said for their other two matches, but unfortunately, the Mustangs were shut out in both those matches.  It is an interesting trend, nevertheless, and one that favors the Mustangs in their remaining non-league matches starting with Golden High School on Tuesday night.
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