Courtesy of Holy Family University Athletics
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (November 26, 2019) – The Holy Family University women's volleyball team will be heading back to the NCAA Division II Tournament after receiving an at-large bid as announced by the NCAA during the D-II Women's Volleyball Selection Show this evening.
Holy Family received the seventh seed in this year's East Region Tournament, which will be hosted by the East Coast Conference (ECC) Champion and top overall seed in the region, Molloy College.
The Tigers will open the regional versus Bentley University who are seeded second. The regional quarterfinals are set to take place on Thursday, Dec. 5. The full schedule with pairings and match times will be available later this week.
Holy Family (24-9, 16-3 CACC) advanced all the way to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Championship match for the second straight year before falling to Georgian Court University, 3-1. The team's at-large bid marks the program's second trip to the NCAA Tournament. Last season the Tigers, who were seeded fifth, reached the regional final becoming the first CACC women's volleyball team to advance that far in the tournament.