CU volley embraces challenge hosting SEOSU tonight
Cameron volleyball will look to get above .500 on the season tonight, but it won't be simple.
"Right now we are battling some who are sick and a few injuries, so (today's) match will be a challenge for us," said CU head coach Qi Wang of hosting Southeastern Oklahoma State at 7 p.m. inside Aggie Gym. "We will go into with the same mentality and effort as we did last weekend and hope that we get a positive result for the team. There was plenty of energy from the fans last weekend as well, and we hope they'll come with their support."
CU (3-3) enters after losing back-to-back matches at home last weekend to Angelo and Tarleton State, respectively. This marks one of three non-conference home matches for Cameron.
The Aggies own a 25-5 edge in the series against SEOSU (4-5, 0-1 GAC), which is led by Emily Gentle and Megan Kunkel (more than 100 kills each this season). As a team, SE has an attack percentage at .236, with 13.2 kills per set. CU lost in three sets against the Savage Storm when the two met SE's regular-season tournament last year.
For Cameron, senior middle hitter Paige Holt tallied 17 kills while only having two errors in both matches this past weekend; she also had a stretch of 13-straight kills.