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2019-20 Women's Volleyball

Schools Overall Conf. Streak
Moraine Valley Community College 26-9 7-0 Lost 1
Waubonsee Community College 24-17 6-1 Lost 2
McHenry County College 31-17 5-2 Won 1
Oakton Community College 17-18 4-3 Lost 1
Morton College 13-14 3-4 Lost 1
College of Lake County 7-22 1-5 Lost 2
Elgin Community College 3-16-1 1-5 Lost 1
Prairie State College 4-17 0-7 Lost 7
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Results
Nov 17
Women's Volleyball Final
0 Moraine Valley Community College
3 vs. Catawba Valley Community College
@ Charleston, W.V.
NJCAA DII Volleyball Championship - consolation
Nov 16
Women's Volleyball Final
3 Moraine Valley Community College
2 at North Dakota State College of Science
Nov 16
Women's Volleyball Final
3 Moraine Valley Community College
2 vs. Carl Sandburg College
@ Charleston, W.V.
Nov 15
Women's Volleyball Final
1 Moraine Valley Community College
3 vs. South Mountain Community College
@ Charleston, W.V.
NJCAA DII Volleyball Championship - First Round @ Charleston Civic Center - Charleston, WV
Nov 04
Women's Volleyball Final
0 Waubonsee Community College
3 at Moraine Valley Community College
(hosted by Lake County) Region IV Tournament - Championship

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