UWF volleyball extinguishes Lee University Flames in home game
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see The University of West Florida’s volleyball team remains undefeated in Gulf South Conference play after Friday night’s 3-1 victory over the Lee University Flames at home.
source site The Argonauts and the Flames were neck-and-neck in the first set. The Argos had 12 kills, six errors and 31 total score attempts. The Flames had eight kills, six errors and 33 total score attempts. However, the Argos won the set 25-17.
click In the second set the Flames were in the lead 9-6 early on. When the Argos were down 17-14 Head Coach Melissa Wolter called a timeout. The Argos came back at the end of the set and were only down by one point 21-20, but sophomore libero MaKayla Beebe’s service ace won the match for the Flames 25-22.
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go to site GoArgos.com reported that the 3-1 victory over Lee gave the team its 53rd-consecutive regular-season conference win at home, with more than 300 people in attendance.
“It feels great to be back in our own gym,” senior defensive specialist and libero Tori Martella said. “We have been away for a couple weeks now, we just wanted to give our crowd a great show.”
The Argos previously defeated Valdosta State in four sets on the road on Sept. 20, which GoArgos.com reported to be the first time UWF has beaten the Blazers on the road since 2013.
Martella said the victory at Valdosta State gave them a lot of momentum.
Red-shirt senior Kathryn Torre had 12 kills, five blocks, and one ace against Lee, junior outside-hitter Katie Kuhlmeier was a game statistic leader with 13 kills and two blocks, and junior setter Monique StCyr completed the game with a total of 43 assists.
“We need to pass well, set well and terminate the ball,” Martella said before competing against Shorter University over the weekend. “We’re doing everything like that, so it should be another really good game.”
The Argos faced Shorter University at home Saturday, a match they also won 3-1.
The women’s volleyball team will battle at home against Mississippi College Tuesday night at 5 p.m.
For more information visit GoArgos.com