Volleyball Match Recaps

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Volleyball Match Recaps

Aggie Volleyball Team Dominates UTEP

Written by: Jason Groves/Sun-News Reporter

LAS CRUCES - The I-10 rivalry hasn't proven to be much of a rivalry on the volleyball court.

New Mexico State easily disposed of UTEP in three games, 30-10, 30-20 and 30-26, on Tuesday at the Pan American Center. Tuesday was the Aggies' sixth straight victory over the Miners.

"Either way you look at it, it's a rivalry and it's important to win those rivalries," said Aggies senior middle hitter Kim Oguh, who finished Tuesday's match with seven kills and five block assists. "We have a reputation to uphold and we did that."

The Aggies (8-2) turn their attention from a challenging non-conference schedule to their Western Athletic Conference opener at Fresno State on Thursday, followed by a trip to Nevada on Saturday.

"We are so excited for the conference to start," Oguh said. "That is what all of this hard offseason work is all going toward."  Continue Reading This Post >>

NMSU Volleyball Falls To No. 1 Nebraska

Written by: NMSU Athletic Dept.

LINCOLN, NE - The New Mexico State volleyball team (7-2) took on No. 1 Nebraska (7-0), but couldn't put enough points together to get the victory as the Nebraska won 3-0 (30-17, 30-25, 30-22) at the Nebraska Coliseum in Lincoln, Neb. on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2007.

Junior Lindsey Yon (San Antonio, Texas) led the way for NMSU with 17 kills and a .333 hitting percentage on the night. However, the Aggies had a little bit of trouble at the service line again with seven service errors on the night, compared to Nebraska's four service errors.

NMSU head coach Mike Jordan wanted better blocking from his front line, who only put up five blocks on the night, while Nebraska had 17.

"I think if we could have blocked a little better, we could have won a game or two," Jordan said. "We still need to serve better and block better so that we can get where I we can be."  Continue Reading This Post >>

Aggie Volleyball Wins A Five Game Thriller Over Louisville

According to the live stats at Huskers.com the Aggie volleyball team has defeated the Louisville Cardinals in five games.

The girls found themselves down two games to one but won game four by a convincing 30-16 score to force a game five. Game five was back and forth but the Aggies pulled out the win 21-19.

The Aggies will now face tournament host top ranked and defending national champion Nebraska tomorrow night.

Nebraska currently has a 58 match home win streak.

Aggie Volleyball Falls To Sixth Ranked Texas

Written by: NMSU Athletic Dept.

HOUSTON, TX - The New Mexico State volleyball team (4-1) fell to No. 6 Texas (2-2) 3-0 (30-22, 30-21, 30-15) with junior Lindsey Yon leading the way at the Athletics/Alumni Center in Houston, Texas on Saturday, Sept. 1.

Yon (San Antonio, Texas) had 10 kills and six digs with four block assists in the three games, but that wasn't quite enough to defeat UT as the Aggies hurt themselves committing 31 attack errors and nine service errors. Head coach Mike Jordan emphasized before the game that his team would have to serve great to win this match.

"I'm very disappointed with how our team played, especially because we made errors that shouldn't have been made," Jordan said. "I think there are some things that we need to make adjustments on for this team to get where we want to be."  Continue Reading This Post >>

NMSU Volleyball Impressed Head Coach Mike Jordan in Saturday's Scrimmage

Written by: NMSU Athletic Dept.

LAS CRUCES, N.M. - The New Mexico State Volleyball team played well in the inter-squad Crimson and White scrimmage on Saturday, August 18 with the Crimson winning 2-1 at the Pan American Center.

Junior Lindsey Yon (San Antonio, Texas) led the way for the Aggies with 14 kills while playing on the crimson team and six more kills while playing on the white team. The players switched teams sporadically to experiment with different lineups.

“Lindsey is a great volleyball player, and when she gets stronger and healthier she’s only going to get better,” head coach Mike Jordan said. “I was very impressed with what I saw from all of our outside hitters.”

Yon is recovering from an arm injury and should continue to play this season as long as she stays healthy. Sophomore Krista Altermatt (El Dorado Hills, Calif.), who also plays at the outside hitter position, did well with nine kills and 16 digs.  Continue Reading This Post >>