As the regular is coming to a halt for the swim team, it’s time for the swimmers to get ready for conference play. As of right now, the varsity swim team sits with a record of 4-5, competing in one of the hardest conferences in the State.Read more
Swimmers have been putting in lots of work
The NWN had a chance to sit down with head coach Dan Vander Jeugdt and discuss his expectations and plans for the upcoming Boys Varsity Swimming season.Read more
NWN: How’s the team looking this upcoming season?
Vander Jeugdt: The team is really deep as in having a lot of kids that are going to be able to place in
This afternoon sophomore Mia Piljevic will have one of her dreams come true. She will compete at state for the first time. When Piljevic turned ten her dad showed her the sport, and ever since then she hasn’t stop loving swimming. This year Piljevic broke the record for the 100 yard back stroke on the sophomore andRead more
Niles West freshman diver Grace Bencivenga has had quite a year so far. Bencivenga was cut from the freshman volleyball team and was heartbroken and devastated.Read more
Bencivenga had never even considered doing another sport for fall, but after she was informed of a diving team here at Niles West, she jumped at the opportunity. Friends from
Last Week:Read more
Monday, October 5th
Girls Tennis played Elk Grove at home. The girls won 4-3.
Girls Volleyball played an away game against Glenbrook South. The wolves lost 23-25 and 22-25 in the two sets.
Wednesday, October 7th
Girls Volleyball played an away game at Evanston. The Wolves won 25-19 and 25-17 in both sets.
Thursday, October 8th
The NWN had the privilege to sit down with Niles West’s varsity girls swimming coach Jason Macejak. Into the third week of the season, Macejak commented on the future and goals for the team.Read more
NWN: How’s the team looking for this upcoming season?
Macejak: We lost a lot of girls last year, so we took up some