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(VB) LSU's Preview of Tonight's Match in Gvl

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    gatorjjh A Gator with a Glass half full attitude Moderator VIP Member

    Apr 3, 2007
    Irvine, Fl
    Tigers Looks to Continue Momentum at No. 13 Florida
    LSU Athletics
    BATON ROUGE – After winning its fourth-straight match on Sunday at Arkansas, the LSU volleyball team (11-14, 6-8 SEC) will look to continue that momentum as the Tigers travel to No. 13 Florida (21-5, 12-2 SEC) on Friday.

    >> LSU picked up its third and fourth-straight victories last week with a five-set win over Ole Miss and a four-set win over Arkansas. Taylor Bannister led the Tigers with 34 total kills on the weekend, averaging 3.78 kills per set. It was a balanced attack in both matches as the Tigers had a total of five players in double-digit kills on the weekend.

    >> Bannister is ranked fifth among the league in kills per set at 4.22. She is also fourth in points per set at 4.68.

    >> In the last four matches, the Tigers are hitting .290 and getting 14.3 kills per set and 16.1 digs per set. Foreman is hitting .347 in the last three matches, while Beyer and Rodriguez is hitting at a .346 and .313 clip, respectively.

    Tigers Looks to Continue Momentum at No. 13 Florida