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HARD HITS: Returning the ball back to the Trevian side, senior Nic Cavallaro hit the ball during their game against New Trier. The Titan’s are currently 1-1 against the New Trier and will play each other again later today.

Men’s Volleyball hopes to win conference

Madaket Chiarieri, staff reporter
May 26, 2017

The GBS Men’s volleyball team looks to go 9-1 in Conference throughout the rest of the 2017 season, according to head coach Tim Monahan. They are currently 7-2, having won against Evanston, Niles West,...

Spring Sports Preview:  A glance at upcoming Titan Athletics

Spring Sports Preview: A glance at upcoming Titan Athletics

GEORGIA ARVANITIS, SOPHIE HENSLEY, HENRY SCHLIEZER, SUSIE YOU, co-sports editor, asst. sports editor & staff reporters
March 11, 2016

Badminton: Key Players: Tina James, Jane Oh Under the Radar: Nina Tojo 2015 Record and Finish: 5-3, fourth in Conference Head Coach Terri Kimura has high hopes for the upcoming season as many key players...

Men’s volleyball aims to reduce errors, improve consistency

Men’s volleyball aims to reduce errors, improve consistency

Samantha Casey, Co- Sports Editor
May 29, 2015

The men’s volleyball team looks to finish their season by making the sectional tournament, according to head coach Tim Monahan. The team was in second place in conference behind New Trier with an 8-2...

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