Ye Wang is literally living out a childhood fantasy right here at Daemen College. The 6-foot-1 junior middle blocker on the Wildcats volleyball team always dreamed of coming to the United States to play at the college level while growing up in her native Beijing, China.
“Coming to America was my childhood dream. I’ve always […]Continue Reading →
Now progressing through the rigors of NCAA Division II Candidacy, part of Daemen’s transition is a prohibition on post-season play until gaining full membership (planned for 2015 –16), leaving the Wildcats’ athletic programs in a conundrum. With NAIA post-season no longer a possibility, and NCAA post-season still off on the horizon, what would the College […]Continue Reading →
On September 25, 2012, the Daemen volleyball team made their home debut after 15 consecutive matches away from the friendly confines of Lumsden Gymnasium to start their season. The Wildcats defeated rival Roberts Wesleyan College in straight sets (25–20, 25–15, 25–16) but it was the spirit of togetherness that stole the show on […]Continue Reading →
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