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Women's Volleyball

Fall 2013 Season

Season Recap

The Women's volleyball team had another successful year under second year Coach Matt Marshall with an overall record of 19-4.  They finished their season in the semi-final game of the Region 19 Championship tournament in a tough battle with Montgomery County CC.   Although they lost sophomore team leader Miranda Lomman early in the year to a season ending injury, they grew together and all stepped up to fill the loss. The team played well throughout the season, having several members ranked nationally in varying statistics.  Ameleah Moyer, Laura Heck, and Kimberly Findley were all named to the All-Region and All-Conference teams.  Ameleah Moyer finished the season ranked #2 in kills per set, #6 in total kills, #7 in hitting percentage, #7 in total points, and #2 in points per set. Overall, another exciting season for the HACC Hawks Women's Volleyball team!   

Quarterfinals Win

Hawks Volleyball team with President Ski and Coaches Matt Marshall and Jake Heck after their Quarterfinal win!

Hawks vs Lehigh Carbon, Quarterfinals, Oct 22, 7 pm

The Hawks started postseason play last night against confernece opponent Lehigh Carbon.  Led by Ameleah Moyer, with 21 kills, 7 solo blocks, and 30 points for the night, the Hawks had an outstanding win over the Cougars.  Laura Heck contributed with 11 digs and 6 kills and Kim Findley had 30 assists on the night.  The ladies will travel to Montgomery Saturday October 26th, to continue post season play in the Region 19 Championship Tournament.  They are scheduled to play Montgomery County CC at 1 pm.

Hawks Achievements - 10/21/13

Ameleah Moyer is now ranked #1 in the nation in kills per set, #4 in the nation in total kills, #5 in the nation in total points and #5 in the nation in hitting percentage. Kim Findley is ranked #10 in the nation in service aces per set and #11 in the nation in assists per set.  Ameleah Moyer was named EPAC player of the week.

VB Team photo

Hawks vs Lehigh Carbon, Quarterfinals, Oct 22, 7 pm

The Hawks started postseason play last night against confernece opponent Lehigh Carbon.  Led by Ameleah Moyer, with 21 kills, 7 solo blocks, and 30 points for the night, the Hawks had an outstanding win over the Cougars.  Laura Heck contributed with 11 digs and 6 kills and Kim Findley had 30 assists on the night.  The ladies will travel to Montgomery Saturday October 26th, to continue post season play in the Region 19 Championship Tournament.  They are scheduled to play Montgomery County CC at 1 pm.

Hawks vs Harcum, Delaware Oct 12, 12 pm

The ladies traveled to Harcum on Saturday to play against regional opponent Harcum and conference opponent Delaware.  The team recorded two wins, 3-0 each.  Against Harcum, the team 35 kills, Ameleah Moyer had 22 of them, and they had 20 digs, Kim Findley had 5 of them.  The team had 13 service aces, Marissa Hines had 6.  Ameleah had 3 solo blocks.  Against Delaware, the team had 17 service aces and 19 digs.  Anna Scott had 7 aces and Amber Coppula had 5 digs.  Ameleah had 20 kills out of the team total of 38.   

AM Spike

Hawks vs Central Penn College Oct 9, 7 pm

The Hawks bounced back from Monday's tough loss vs Central Penn in a non-conference match.  They won the match, recording 38 kills and 21 digs.  Ameleah Moyer had 21 kills and a .500  hitting percentage for the match.  Marissa Hines had 3 service aces and Amber Coppula had 6 digs.  The team played well together and looked to continue improving when they go back to conference play on Saturday.

Hawks vs Montgomery Oct 7, 7 pm

The Hawks had another tough conference match with Montgomery, with the Mustangs coming out on top this time.  The ladies played hard, recording 48 kills and 44 digs.  Ameleah Moyer had 30 kills and Kim Findley had 42 sets for the match.  Ameleah scored 33.5 points for the Hawks.  Amber Coppula and Laura Heck played great defense with 10 and 13 digs, respectively. 


KF Tip

Hawks vs Lackawanna, Northampton Oct 5, 12 pm

The Hawks lost a tough conference match against #6 Northampton but played great together as a team.  They recorded 43 kills, with Ameleah Moyer having 22 of them.  They also recorded 43 digs with Laura Heck recording 12 of them.  A Moyer had 5 blocks.  The team struggled a little bit on serving but regained their composure for the next match.  They came out firing against Lackawanna, with 36 kills and 18 digs and won 3-0.

Hawks vs Luzerne Oct 1, 7 pm

The Hawks played conference opponent Luzerne Tuesday night and won 3-1.  The team had 44 digs and 22 service aces.  Ameleah Moyer had 25 kills and recorded 10 digs.  Laura Heck played great defense with 11 digs and 18 total receptions.  Anna Scott had 8 service aces and 7 digs. 

AC dig

Hawks vs Bucks, Manor Sept 28, 12 pm

The ladies traveled to Bucks to take on Bucks and Manor in conference play on Saturday.  Against Bucks, the team won in 3 sets, with Anna Scott recording 4 service aces, Ameleah Moyer recorded 25 kills, and Laura Heck had 10 digs.  Against Manor, the team won again in 3 sets, with Kim Findley recording 7 service aces, Laura Heck had 12 kills, and Ameleah Moyer had 13 kills.  The team played great defense in both with 38 digs total. 

MH serve

Hawks vs Lehigh Carbon, Delaware Sept 21, 1 pm

The Hawks came back from their loss with determination on Saturday and recorded two conference wins vs Lehigh Carbon and Delaware.  They took each match in 3 sets and recorded 60 kills and 35 service aces.  Marissa Hines had 4 service aces in each game and Kim Findley and Laura Heck had 6 digs each vs Lehigh Carbon.  Ameleah Moyer had 18 kills vs Lehigh Carbon and 11 vs Delaware.  Laura Heck recorded 9 kills vs Delaware and Anna Scott had 5 digs.

Hawks vs Northampton Sept 16, 7 pm

The Hawks traveled to conference opponent Northampton and took on the #10 team in the nation.  They played well, recording 20 kills and 6 service aces.  They played good defense as well recording 36 digs.  Although they lost, the team played well and looks to continue to improve.

KF set for AM

Hawks vs Montgomery Co, Luzerne Sept 14th, 12 pm

The Hawks had a tough task vs conference opponent Montgomery County but took the win in 5 sets.  They played great defense with 57 digs, 5 solo blocks, and 6 assisted blocks.  They also continued with great offense, recording 53 kills.  Ameleah Moyer had 25 kills with great sets from Kim Findley.  Ameleah Moyer also scored a season high of 34 points for the Hawks.  Against Luzerne, the ladies continued on their winning streak, recording 34 kills and 12 service aces. 

Hawks vs Lackawanna College Sept 12th, 7 pm

The team traveled to Lackawanna College on Thursday.  The team continued to improve and won in three sets.  They had a great serving game from everyone with most of the team recording aces.  They also continued to record several kills with a total of 29 for the match.

LH SpikeLH Spike
Hawks vs PSU-York, D.C. Adventist September 8th 1 pm, 3 pm

The team traveled to PSU-York on Sunday to take on PSU-York and D.C. Adventist in another tri-match.  They continued to improve and win against both.  Ameleah Moyer, Amber Coppula, and Kimberly Findley continued to lead the team with kills, defense, and service aces respectively.  The whole team played well and together.  They are looking forward to getting back into conference play on Thursday.

Hawks vs Bucks, Lehigh Carbon September 7th 12 pm, 2 pm

The volleyball team played a tri-match on Saturday vs. conference opponents Bucks and Lehigh Carbon.  They continued to improve with each game.  Ameleah Moyer had 18 kills vs Lehigh Carbon and 13 kills vs. Bucks and Laura Heck added to the kills total in the Lehigh Carbon game with 10.  Amber Coppula played great defense for the Hawks, receiving the ball 40 times and Marissa Hines added to the defense with 10 digs.  Moyer, Kimberly Findley, and Anna Scott provided excellent serving for the Hawks with several aces apiece.  The ladies continue to play together and improve with each match.

AS serve

Hawks vs Harcum September 4th 7 pm

The women's volleyball team started the season tonight with a 3-0 win against the Harcum Bears.   Leading the team in service points was Kimberly Findley, who had 10 aces.  She also had 18 assists for the Hawks.  Laura Heck had 9 kills and a total of 16 points. The team played well for the first match with all players serving well and playing together.  They will look to continue the win streak when they take on Bucks County and Lehigh Carbon on Saturday at HACC starting at 12 pm.


 Congratulations to the HACC Women's Volleyball Team for placing three players on the All-Conference team!

First Team All-Conference 

Ameleah Moyer              Harrisburg                   

Second Team All-Conference  

Jess Farabaugh            Harrisburg               

Miranda Lomman          Harrisburg                



Congratulations to the women's volleyball team who is advancing to the first round in the NJCAA Region 19 Championship Tournament as the second seed for the Eastern PA Athletic Conference.  The Hawks will take on Union County College, the third seed from the Garden State Athletic Conference, Tuesday October 23 at 7:00 PM in the Evans Center on the Harrisburg Campus.


2012 Team




HACC vs. Montgomery CCC 10/13/12

 Alice and Miranda block                                        Ameleah spike

Alice Muzellec #6 and Miranda Lomman #16 go for a block                                         Ameleah Moyer #17 spikes it

Jess F and Laura def

 Jess Farabaugh #10 and Laura Heck #18 get ready to block

Laura set for Ameleah

Laura Heck #18 sets the ball for Ameleah Moyer #17 

Jess H serve

Jess Harrington #15 serves the ball

The team after defeating Montgomery County CC!

 Defeated MontCo


Hawks vs. Luzerne and Delaware Sept 8, 2012

The HACC women’s volleyball team started their season 2-0 on Saturday with sweeps of Luzerne and Delaware County Community Colleges in Evans Gymnasium.  The match against Luzerne was a team effort that saw great passing and serving, along with all six starters tallying kills and digs.  The Hawks were led by Ameleah Moyer with ten kills and six blocks and Jess Farabaugh with eleven digs.  In the match against Delaware County, Moyer was nearly unstoppable as she recorded 14 kills and only one error on 19 swings.  Laura Heck and Jess Harrington distributed the ball well, tallying nine and eight assists respectively. 

The team faces off against Delaware County again on Tuesday in the first road match of the season as they look to continue their winning ways.



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Lady Hawks Volleyball has established itself as one of the top teams in the EPCC. The Lady Hawks completed their Fall 2009 season undefeated in EPCC conference and tournament play, but fell to Potomac State in the PCAA Championship Game. The Lady Hawks had three athletes named EPCC All-Tournament. In the 2007-08 season the Lady Hawks won the EPCC conference tournament and regular season, and were Champions in the PCAA. In the 2002 and 2003 seasons HACC finished regular season play in first place in the division. This gave the team the honor of hosting the EPCC tournament for the past three years. During the 2002 and 2003 seasons, the Lady Hawks advanced to the championship games only to fall short to their rival team, Lehigh Carbon, by one game.
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