2019 Coed Volleyball Standings

League standings after Week 2

  • Wednesday, February 27, 2019 2:00pm
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Division 1

Airboat Alaska 4-0

Humulus Lupulus 2-2

Peterson’s Pretzels 0-4

Division 2

Spiked Punch 4-0

Make Sets Great Again 4-0

Delta AK 2-2

Imperial FSU 1-3

TBG 1-3

The Matrix Spikers 1-3

Net Ninjas 1-3

Division 3N

Fireweed Chiropractic & Massage 4-0

Hit It! 3-1

Travelodge 3-1

Los Lobos 3-1

Alpine Construction 2-2

Ready Player Juan 2-2

Sets Machine 2-2

Lumpsuckers 1-3

Latitude 58 1-3

Malia Howard State Farm/Spiked Keylime 1-3

Alaskan Fudge Slackers 0-4

Division 3S

Poppin’ Volleys 4-0

M&Ms 3-1

Southeast Radiation 3-1

4D’s 3-1

Ball Busters 2-2

Busta Spike 1-3

Safe Sets 1-3

Unsubsidized Rougheyes 1-3

Seaplanes 0-4

Division 4

Bear Necessities 4-0

IGA Sugar & Spike 3-1

J&J Cleaning 3-1

Spikezillas 3-1

Magic Spike 2-2

Joy of Sets 2-2

Happy Little Trees 2-2

Orville Ready Blockers 2-2

Bartlett Aces 1-3

Dewey, Cheatem & Howe 1-3

Empire Spikes Back 1-3

Smokehouse Catering 0-4

Division 5

Net Gains 4-0

Odds & Sods 4-0

The Paper Pushers 3-1

Rough Sets 3-1

Coastal Badgers 1-3

Clean Up Crew 1-3

Spikers Anonymous 1-3

Bump & Dump 1-3

Spruce Tip Spikers 0-4

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