We congratulate all of our athletes who were members of our fall sports teams for not only their success, but also, and more importantly, their dedication! Of course, we also thank the coaches and the parents for their dedication to our student-athletes! The athletes pictured below received awards at the... Read More
Join us in congratulating our Volleyball Lady Knights on earning second place at the IHSA Class 2A State Tournament! On their journey to the state tournament, under the guidance of head coach Chad Rakers, the Lady Knights won the Marquette Regional, Wesclin Sectional, and Vandalia Super-Sectional. They ended their season... Read More
We thank the campers for their hard work and their parents for allowing them to attend our volleyball camp!
Nearly 140 fourth grade through eighth grade girls participated in Mater Dei’s Volleyball Camp June 12-15. Award Winners Grades 4, 5 and 6 Sam Muscarello – Top Setter, Sophie Timmermann – Top Passer, Makenna Budde – Top Server, Isabella Brefeld – Camp Kangaroo (19” vertical) and Fred Rakers “I Bleed... Read More
Congratulations to seniors Logan Braundmeier, Sydney Engelhart and Erica Hitpas on the announcement of their intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level! Logan will play softball for the Murray State University Racers, Sydney will play softball for the St. Ambrose University Fighting Bees, and Erica will play volleyball for... Read More
On December 26, in conjunction with the first night of the Holiday Tournament and Hospitality Night at Aviston Legion, the Mater Dei volleyball program will host its annual MD volleyball reunion. The evening will start at 8:30 p.m. Past and present players and parents are invited. This is an opportunity... Read More
Mater Dei volleyball coach Fred Rakers has been notified that he has been selected by the National High School Coaches Association (NHSCA) as the National High School Volleyball Coach of the Year for 2011. “The coaches we are honoring are outstanding examples for successful high school coaches in their sports,”... Read More