Smoke And Mirrors


October 5, 2022

Dan Stevens

Kacy Wright and Maddie Mammoser go up for the block in game one action against Milledgeville.

On paper, the Stockton Blackhawks are supposed to be in the middle of a rebuilding year. They have no six foot power hitter, or any massive high jumping stud they can turn to in a pinch, they don't serve bullets on a line straight over the net that fall off the table for points, in fact – offensively – the Blackhawks have fewer kills than most teams in the NUIC-West.

So, how is it possible that they sit at 5-1 in the conference and 11-7-2 overall?

The answer is in some exceptional defense.

As witnessed in their non-conference battle with Milledgeville Monday night, the Blackhawks are...

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