The University of Findlay volleyball team will be at home for the final time during the regular season on Tuesday, Nov. 4 to host Cedarville University. The non-conference contest is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. in Croy Gymnasium.
Sights and Sounds
The University of Findlay will video webcast all of their home volleyball games on the internet. The Oilers will also provide live stats for their games as well. The links are listed below:
Follow the Oilers on Social Media
Follow the Oilers on social media to keep up with all the exciting news surrounding UF athletics.
The Oilers are ranked tenth in the first NCAA Division II Midwest Regional Poll, which was released on Oct. 29. The top eight teams in the poll at the end of the season will earn the right to compete in the NCAA Division II National Tournament.
The Oilers have not participated in the tournament since the 2003 campaign.
The Oilers are 19-6 on the season with a 13-3 record in conference play. They are leading the South Division of the GLIAC and have been led by sophomore Hannah Tong, who leads the league with 3.70 kills per set.
Tong has been named the GLIAC South Division Player of the Week three times this season and has accumulated 348 kills.
She won GLIAC South Division Player of the Week accolades yesterday for her performance last week. The week was highlighted by a 31-kill effort in the Oilers 3-2 win over Malone on Nov. 1.
Tong's 31 kills in the match eclipsed the previous record of 30, which was set by Mallory Fleming against Northern Michigan on Oct. 14, 2007 and Kara Heitmeyer versus Wayne State on Nov. 1, 2003.
Senior Amanda Calhoun leads the conference in aces with 54 and ranks second in the GLIAC with 938 assists.
Red-shirt freshman Nickyla Garverick leads the GLIAC in total blocks with 115 and is ranked third in the league in hitting percentage at .303.
Junior Becca Shoemaker leads the defense with 361 digs and is ranked second in the GLIAC in aces with 40.
The Yellow Jackets are 18-12 on the season and have been led by Hannah Wagner, who has a team-high 284 kills.
Amanda Bell (262), Abby Shelton (249) and Tori Thompson (235) each have recorded over 200 kills as well on the year.
Maddie Ledbetter (647) and Kristin Cardwell (541) have led the Yellow Jackets in assists while Angela Becker leads the team with 444 digs.