Men’s Club Volleyball has a convincing showing at regionals

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Men’s Club Volleyball has a convincing showing at regionals

Seniors Carter Oberfoell, Andrew Stecklein, Jared Block, and Mitchell Pregler celebrate their strong finish at Regionals.

Seniors Carter Oberfoell, Andrew Stecklein, Jared Block, and Mitchell Pregler celebrate their strong finish at Regionals.

Seniors Carter Oberfoell, Andrew Stecklein, Jared Block, and Mitchell Pregler celebrate their strong finish at Regionals.

Seniors Carter Oberfoell, Andrew Stecklein, Jared Block, and Mitchell Pregler celebrate their strong finish at Regionals.

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Seniors Carter Oberfoell, Andrew Stecklein, Jared Block, and Mitchell Pregler celebrate their strong finish at Regionals.

Some of Wahlert’s students have been competing in a men’s club volleyball team in the winter. The players describe their time and experiences on the team and their outcomes competing at regionals.

Andrew Stecklein, Carter Oberfoell, Jared Block, Mitchell Pregler, ‘19, and Sam Pregler, ‘20, all play for a Dubuque area men’s volleyball team, the “Dubuque Hitmen.” The club team placed fifth at regionals this past season.

Stecklein,  the team’s setter and right side hitter, said his favorite memory from regionals is whenever one of his teammates puts away one of his sets.

“It makes me feel good,” Stecklein said, who has been playing since freshman year. He thinks every year the team has played together, they have gotten significantly better.

Carter Oberfoell,  the team’s middle hitter, said placing fifth at regionals was a surprise because going into the season, they didn’t have high expectations. He has been playing for two years and placing fifth at regionals shows how much hard work they put in.

“Hanging out with the guys is my favorite part,” Oberfoell admitted. “Most of them are my classmates, but we also have kids from other schools, so spending time and bonding together made it really fun.”

Andrew and Carter both encourage others to go out for men’s volleyball because it’s a fun opportunity to play with friends, possibly make new friends, build relationships and make memories.

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