The Women’s Volleyball team and first year head coach John Sack finished the 2004 season 11-11 overall and 4-4 in the Skyline Conference. The Rams were defeated in the quarterfinals of the Skyline Tournament by St. Joseph’s College. Sophomore Gina Moscato and freshman Melissa Rudy were standouts for the Rams this season. Gina finished with 218 kills, 49 service aces, 284 digs and 16 blocks as a starting outside hitter. Melissa totaled 164 kills, 45 service aces, 241 digs and 23 blocks. Gina and Melissa were both named First Team All-WIAC, Melissa also picked up Skyline Second-Team honors. The Rams lost starting setter Falon Taddeo at mid-season. Falon, a junior, suffered a broken wrist and missed the remainder of the season. Falon still led the team in attack percentage (.244), assists (4.33 per game) and averaged 1.48 kills per game.
The team will be returning 9 of 10 players, losing senior Amanda Amodio, who has been solid as a defensive specialist throughout her career. Amanda finished the year with 26 kills, 26 service aces and 168 digs. The team will look toward freshman Elena Albert to take over defensively. Elena averaged 3.48 digs per game with a total of 226 digs. Sophomore Emily Fallon led the team in blocks this year with 28, along with an impressive 37 service aces. Freshman Megan Cranmer showed flair as a setter, stepping up her game in the final stretch. She tallied 278 assists and finished third on the team in service aces.