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Mustang Athletic Teams

Volleyball (Boys)

Welcome to the newest sanctioned sport in the spring. Boys volleyball debuted in 2022 after multiple seasons of development on the club level. Mullen will join the fray in 2023 with the opportunity for 23 regular-season matches. The Mustangs will be in the Centennial League with Cherokee Trail, Cherry Creek, Eaglecrest-Smoky Hill, Grandview, Littleton Public Schools, Overland and Valor Christian. Matches will be to 25 points using rally scoring and sets will be best-of-five (Game 5s will be to 15 points). Mullen's regular season will be March 3 through April 20. Regionals for the 72-team field in one classification will be April 29; 24 teams to qualify, three at eight sites. Eight teams will qualify for the Colorado Tournament May 5-6.

Boys Volleyball in the news

List of 5 news stories.

  • Nine Make Their Decisions Official

    by: Hank Hooper, Associate Athletic Director
    Nine senior Mullen athletes put pen to paper and officially declared their athletic residency for the next four years of their lives.  November 8th was the declared date for senior athletes from all across the county to declare their intent (with the exception of football) to play their sport at a college or university at the onset of a new fall, and at a 12:45 PM ceremony in the newly constructed Student Life Center in the Sferra Center on the Mullen campus, that is exactly what these nine Mustangs did.
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  • Mullen Downs Smoky Hill in Volleyball

    Hank Hooper, Associate Athletic Director
    The Mullen Mustang girls’ volleyball team took on Smoky Hill in their last regularly scheduled league game before getting underway in the Centennial League’s post-conference schedule tournament. 
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  • Mullen Extends Streak Against Golden

    by: Hank Hooper, Associate Athletic Director
    Did you know that the Mullen volleyball team in its five wins leading up to its match with Golden has not surrendered a single loss.  In their five wins, they are 15 and 0.  I wish that could be said for their other two matches, but unfortunately, the Mustangs were shut out in both those matches.  It is an interesting trend, nevertheless, and one that favors the Mustangs in their remaining non-league matches starting with Golden High School on Tuesday night.
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  • Mullen Proves to be the Better Mustang

    by: Hank Hooper, Associate Athletic Director
    The Mullen girls’ volleyball program found itself on the road again for the second time in only two matches so far in this young season.  On Tuesday it was Colorado Academy who hosted the girl netters, and it turned out to be a good road trip for the Mullen Mustangs.  All four levels, Frosh, Sophomore, JV, and Varsity would leave victorious.
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  • Mullen Girls’ Volleyball Falls in Opener

    by: Hank Hooper, Associate Athletic Director
    The Mullen girls’ volleyball team kicked off their season in the Lion’s den Tuesday evening.  It was hot and hostile.  The heat was due to an unfortunate breakdown of the facility’s cooling system.  The hostility came in the form of a very good Lutheran girls’ group that repeatedly placed shots with authority where the Mustangs could not reach them, and Mullen simply could not generate a consistent offense for much of the evening.  First game jitters were an apparent problem for the Mustangs, and that was amplified by the fact that Lutheran had already played a game and were playing with calmer nerves.  The result was Lutheran was able to put together far too many runs which Mullen could not overcome.
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Results, Roster, Schedule

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  • 2023 RESULTS



    March 3

    Mullen def. Thomas MacLaren 25-14, 27-25, 25-15. 

    March 6

    Mullen def. Addenbrooke CLassical Academy 25-18, 26-24, 25-19. 

    March 8

    Mullen lost 14-25, 22-25, 18-25 to Regis Groff.

    March 10

    Mullen lost 12-25, 17-25, 23-25 to Bear Creek.

    March 20

    Mullen def. John F. Kennedy 25-20, 25-12, 25-14.

    March 23

    Mullen lost to Littleton Public Schools 26-24, 25-17, 25-16.

    March 27

    Mullen lost to Highlands Ranch 22-25, 24-26, 16-25.

    March 28

    Mullen lost to D'Evelyn 25-11, 25-23, 25-11.

    APRIL 1


    At Hutchison Fieldhouse

    Mullen lost to Westminster 25-10, 25-8.

    Mullen def. Addenbrooke Classical Academy 25-15, 25-23.

    Mullen def. Vail Christian 25-20, 25-22.

    APRIL 4

    Mullen lost to Grandview 25-14, 25-18, 25-8.

    APRIL 6

    Mullen lost to Cherry Creek 25-12, 25-16, 25-17.

    APRIL 11

    Mullen lost to Cherokee Trail 25-14, 25-5, 32-34, 25-10

    APRIL 13

    Mullen lost to Eaglecrest 25-8, 25-18, 25-11.

    APRIL 18

    Mullen lost to Overland 25-27, 21-25, 27-25, 15-25.

    APRIL 20


    Mullen lost to Valor Christian 3-0.

    APRIL 25


    Mullen lost to Valor Christian 25-14, 25-12, 25-9.

    APRIL 27


    Mullen lost to Cherry Creek 25-12, 25-21, 25-22.

    APRIL 29


    Mullen lost to Overland 25-12, 25-18, 25-23.
  • 2023 ROSTER



    Ryan Palmer, Jr.

    Nathan Hoody, Sr.

    Nicholas Glasso, Jr.

    Leo Buck, Sr.

    Jackson Alexander, Sr.

    Jaycee Campos, Jr.

    Benjamin Evans, Sr.

    Liam Lawrence, Sr.

    Benjamin Rogers, So.

    Ari Kaufman, So.

    Jace Birrenkott, Sr.

    Jonathan Alexander, So.

    John Lewis, Sr.

    Daniel Walker, Sr.

    John Truell, Sr.


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