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Under the direction of first-year head coach Joe McCauley, the Lady Miner soccer team reached the GLVC Tournament for the first time posting a final record of 8-7, its first winning season since 2000. Senior defender Joanna Kovarik was named to the All-GLVC third team.


The Lady Miner volleyball team also had a winning season for the first time since the program resumed in 2007, finishing with records of 14-13 overall and 7-7 in the GLVC. Senior middle hitter Samantha Klump was named to the all-conference second team.
Sophomore David Huskisson was one of the top runners in the GLVC during the 2010 cross country season, highlighted by a sixth-place finish at the conference meet in Kenosha, Wis., in early November. He was named the league’s “Runner of the Week” on three occasions during the year

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