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Volleyball prepares for OVC action this weekend
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Nashville, Tenn. --- The Tennessee State University volleyball team will hit the road to face Morehead State and Eastern Kentucky this weekend to kick-off the OVC campaign.

Game Information

TSU vs. Morehead State - Friday, Sept. 13 at 7:00 p.m. in Wetherby Gym (Live Stats)

TSU vs. Eastern Kentucky - Saturday, Sept. 14 at 2 p.m. in McBrayer Arena (Live Stats)

TSU's Last Time Out

The Tigers dropped a 3-0 (20-25, 27-29, 20-25) decision to Western Kentucky on the road. Senior Shaquita Williams had a stellar offensive night for the Tigers as she registered 13 kills on 26 attempts. She did not commit any errors and had a sizzling .500 hitting percentage.

Erika Moss dished out 30 assists for TSU while Britani Hathorn led the team with 12 digs. As a team Tennessee State hit .266 while Western Kentucky notched a .330 hitting percentage. WKU also held the advantage in digs, 50-43, and team blocks, 4-2.

Team Leaders

Shaquita Williams is leading the team with a .333 hitting percentage while averaging a team-best 3.68 kills per set. Terakka Walker averages 2.68 k/s while Danielle Howell rounds out the top three with 1.72 k/s. Britani Hathorn is leading the team in digs with 4.16 per set while Rebecca Moudree leads the team with 10 total blocks.

Morehead State (5-5)

Morehead State currently has a record of 5-5 with a 3-3 home mark. Eliie Roberson leads the team with 4.05 kills per set while Aryn Bohannon averaged 3.11. As a team MSU hits .184 and turns in 13.41 kills per frame.

Eastern Kentucky (5-6)

Eastern Kentucky comes into the weekend with an overall record of 5-6. The Colonels will play their first home game of the season this weekend when they host Austin Peay on Friday. Ashley Edmond leads the team with 3.17 kills per set while Hannah Burkle is second with 2.47 kills/set. EKU hits .157 while averaging 11.33 kills per set.