vs. Alumnae (Exhibition)
Seventh annual Lobo volleyball event yields record number of participants
Competitive match between current Lobos and has-beens/local greats caps spring season
UNM will conclude its spring schedule with a 7 p.m. MT match against former Lobos and local greats on Wednesday, April 17
Attendees should RSVP by Friday, March 29
Johnson Field will be invaded with volleyball enthusiasts the second-to last weekend in April for Lobo volleyball's Bash
Jeff Nelson, Jordie Hadfield, Skye Gullat and Lexi Ross spent nearly two weeks in China in June with BIP/USA Development
Jordie Hadfield joined the Lobo staff in August 2008, following graduation from the University of Oregon. Hadfield coordinates the day-to-day operations of the Lobo volleyball program.
At Oregon, Hadfield was a student manager for the Ducks volleyball team for two seasons. She also spent two years working as an assistant in the Oregon financial aid office.
Hadfield, the older sister of former Lobo great Taylor Hadfield, played four years of volleyball for Redwood High School. She was an all-league performer and team captain her senior year, leading her team to the California Division II state semifinals that season. As a junior, Hadfield was named the Most Improved Player on the team.
A member of the National Honor Society, Hadfield was an avid youth swimmer and holds the record for the 50-meter backstroke in her club program.