September 11, 20181st2nd3rd4th5thFinal
Tennessee State1417292542
Evansville25252723153
TSUTeam StatsUE
.080Hitting Pct..216
44Kills63
31Errors28
162Total Attacks162
39Assists63
4Aces10
63Digs74
10.0Blocks10.0
TSULeadersUE
HENDERSON - 14
KRUIZE - 14
KillsTam - 25
TE'O - 29
AssistsMcInnis - 60
JORDAN - 1
HAYES - 1
KRUIZE - 1
WASHINGTON - 1
AcesRodriguez - 3
RIVERA ORTIZ - 17
DigsRodriguez - 24
HOLMES - 5
HENDERSON - 5
BlocksCornist - 5
Tam - 5
Joseph - 5
TSU Volleyball Takes Mid-Week Trip to Evansville
Monday, September 10, 2018
TSU Volleyball Takes Mid-Week Trip to Evansville


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TSU vs. Evansville
Game 10
: Tennessee State (2-7) vs. Evansville (5-4)
Date: Saturday, Sept. 11, 2018
Location: Evansville, Ind.
Arena: Meeks Family Fieldhouse
Time: 6:00 p.m. CT
TV: ESPN+
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MATCH INFORMATION: Tennessee State volleyball wraps its non-conference schedule with Evansville, Tuesday, Sept. 11 at the Meeks Family Fieldhouse in Evansville, Indiana at 6 p.m. The Tigers are 0-1 in the all-time series against the Purple Aces. The last meeting between the team was in 1995 at a tournament hosted by WKU. UE defeated TSU 3-0.

TSU UPDATE: TSU came away from Nacogdoches, Texas with one win under its belt after sweeping the Grambling State Tigers. Big Blue fell to host team Stephen F. Austin in four, and after coming back in the third and fourth sets, fell 3-2 to St. John’s in five. Julia Pierson was named to the All-Tournament team after putting down 40 kills on a .224 hitting average, three aces, 20 digs and nine blocks. Laken Te’o recorded her 300th assist of the season, while Pierson surpassed 600 career kills. Hinalei Fihaki led the team with 15 blocks over the weekend.

ABOUT EVANSVILLE: The Purple Aces, who’ve played three Ohio Valley Conference opponents this season, are 5-4 - two of those losses from OVC teams. UE runs a 6-2 offense with Rachel Tam and Mildrelis Rodriguez the go-to hitters for the purple and white as they combine for 768 of the team’s 1242 attempts, and 288 of the team’s 435 kills. ­­­Rodruiguez is also leads the team in digs with 92.

UP NEXT: TSU has the final non-conference tournament weekend off, and will host Belmont in its home and conference opener, Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 6 p.m. in Kean Hall.

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