Match Notes: No. 20 UWF volleyball to face UWA on the road

first_imgPENSACOLA, Fla. – The No. 20-ranked University of West Florida volleyball team will face Gulf South Conference opponent West Alabama on the road on Saturday, October 24, at 2 p.m. CT. West Florida (19-5, 11-1 GSC) will look to improve its conference record in the team’s eighth straight road match on Saturday. UWF is currently riding a 13-match winning streak over UWA dating back to September 24, 2009. West Florida has won the last 20 out of 21 matches with the only loss during that run coming on the road in Livingston, Alabama. West Alabama is ranked seventh in the conference with a 5-7 record in the GSC and is 2-3 in matches at home. THREE ARGOS WITH 1,000 CAREER DIGSThe UWF volleyball team is one of three programs in NCAA Division II that currently boasts three student-athletes that have over 1,000 career digs. Autumn Duyn (1,394), Colleen Starrs (1,102) and Tori Martella (1,039) currently rank second, fourth and sixth, respectively, in career digs at UWF. Martella recently became the seventh player in program history to tally 1,000 career digs for the Argonauts. STCYR NAMED GSC OPOWUWF sophomore Monique StCyr earned her first career weekly conference honor last week after leading the Argonauts to a 2-2 record. StCyr tallied a career-high seven service aces in a 3-0 win over GSC opponent West Georgia and tallied 12 service aces over the past week. In four matches, StCyr dished out 148 assists and also had 16 kills to help UWF to a 2-2 record. The sophomore was also effective on defense for UWF with 42 digs and four blocks. DUYN CLOSING IN ON SECOND IN CAREER KILLSSenior Autumn Duyn currently ranks third in career kills (1,273) at West Florida and needs 19 kills to move into sole possession of second place. Duyn has eight regular-season matches left to reach the career milestone, and will become the only player in program history to be ranked in the top two in career kills and digs. #ARGOS# Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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