Tag Archives: Christy Johnson-Lynch

The Case for … Ciara Capezio – Big 12 Freshman of the Year

I mentioned it briefly in Tuesday night’s recap after it was brought up in the live blog last Saturday about the perceived lack of respect that outside hitter Ciara Capezio is receiving in her freshman season for the Cyclones. Before … Continue reading

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Martens Is A Winner

Iowa State could very well be in the “Golden Era” of women’s athletics. A slew of Cyclone women’s athletic teams have consistently been major players on the national scene in the last 10 years. It all began with Bill Fennelly, … Continue reading

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Flexibility, Depth and Strength

The judgment of non-conference volleyball matches is a challenge because it is mostly on paper. Unfortunately many of these neutral site matches are not seen outside of those who were actually at the match. While there has been a rise … Continue reading

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Passing Crucial to Iowa State Success in 2013

Among the topics that Christy Johnson-Lynch talked about in her Volleyball Media Day press conference was the importance of passing. “We have to be able to pass and handle the ball to get our great athletes the ball,” Johnson-Lynch said. … Continue reading

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