Indoor volleyball releases 2022 schedule

WILMINGTON, North Carolina – UNCW will open the 2022 season by hosting Virginia Tech, Davidson and Coastal Carolina in the Seahawk Classic on August 26-27, Seahawk head coach Dottie Hampton announced Wednesday.

“I’m so excited to start this season,” said Hampton, entering his third season at the helm of the program. “Our team has done a great job over the spring and improved in many areas. We have improved and can’t wait to see what it will look like with the addition of our new players. We have a tough schedule and challenging this season, so we will continue to work hard and improve every day.”

The Seahawks, who welcome seven newcomers to the program for the 2022 season, will face Virginia Tech in the second game of the day on August 26 and close the tournament with two games against Davidson and Coastal Carolina the following day.

UNCW will play in the second of three tournaments to open the season the following week at Liberty on Sept. 2-3. The Seahawks will face Murray State in the tournament opener on the 26th. Winthrop completes the field for this weekend’s tournament.

UCF will host UIC, NCAA contender Miami and the Seahawks in the final tournament of the UNCW schedule. The hosts Knights and Seahawks will meet at 7 p.m. on September 9.
Colonial Athletic Association action opens with the Seahawks visiting William & Mary for a pair of games Sept. 17-18.

UNCW’s conference opener will take place the following weekend, September 24-24, when they host the College of Charleston.

UNCW’s road program includes the Northeast (October 8-9), newcomer CAA North Carolina A&T (October 22-23) and Delaware (October 29-30).

Home dates in conference play include Hofstra (Oct. 15-16), Elon (Nov. 5-6) and another CAA newcomer in Hampton (Nov. 12-13).

This season, the Seahawks and the Greater Praise Tabernacle Outreach Ministry are working together to feed the hungry. To help with the season draft, the Seahawks will be accepting non-perishable food at each game.


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