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Women's Volleyball Gets Back Into Conference Play On Saturday

Photo credit: CheapSeats Photography
Photo credit: CheapSeats Photography

ST. LOUIS, Mo.—The Fontbonne University women's volleyball team jumps back into conference play tomorrow morning. The Griffins take on host MacMurray at 11 a.m., followed by a 1 p.m., match against Eureka.

Fontbonne at MacMurray

When: September 22nd, 2018

Where: Jacksonville, Ill.

Time: 11 a.m.

How to Watch: HERE LIVE STATS

 

Fontbonne vs. Eureka

When: September 22nd, 2018

Where: Jacksonville, Ill.

Time: 1 p.m.

How to Watch: HERE LIVE STATS

 

A Look At The Griffins

  • Fontbonne fell to 2-7 on the year after a tough four-set defeat against Illinois College on Thursday.
  • Maura Rabun led with a team-high 12 kills and .476 hitting percentage. Defensively, the team accumulated 67 digs and 10 block assists.
  • On the season, the team ranks fourth in the SLIAC in kills per set (10.94), hitting percentage (.145), block assists (87), and fifth in total blocks (57).
  • Rabun leads the offense with 94 kills and a .351 hitting percentage, which leads the SLIAC.
  • Kristina Eason ranks second with 83 kills and Victoria Curtice has contributed 58.
  • Setter Megan Schaller has handed out 175 assists. Defensive specialist, Sarah Borgerding, paces the way with 106 digs.

 

A Look At The MacMurray Highlanders

  • After dropping eight straight, the Highlanders (4-10; 1-2 SLIAC), have won three out of its last five, including a straight set sweep over Knox.
  • The Highlanders lead the SLIAC with 544 kills. 83 blocks, and 512 assists. They're also second in service aces (78), and third in digs (817).
  • Freshman outside hitter Kamryn Fiesner leads with 130 kills, a .200 hitting percentage and 23 blocks. Olivia Wall has added 121 kills of her own.
  • Defensive specialist, Logyn Little has totaled a team-high 176 of the 817 digs.

 

A Look At The Eureka Red Devils

  • The Red Devils (2-11; 1-6 SLIAC), dropped its sixth straight match against Webster in its last time out.
  • Eureka ranks second in the SLIAC in kills (515) and digs (882), while coming in third with 79 total blocks.
  • Individually, Lexi Dooley leads with 143 kills and a .190 hitting percentage.
  • McKenna Cleer ranks fourth in the SLIAC with 234 digs.

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