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Volleyball Hangs Tough with Rhodes

Women's Volleyball

COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Owls volleyball team worked hard against NCAA DIII opponent Rhodes College on Tuesday, Oct. 9. The W battled back from point deficits and continued long rallies in an attempt to gain a victory over the Lynx. Even with the newfound energy, the Owls were unable to stay ahead of Rhodes falling in three sets (16-25, 16-25, 21-25).

Volleyball Drops Military Appreciation Match Versus Belhaven

Women's Volleyball

COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Owls volleyball team started off strong during its Military Appreciation Game against in-state foe Belhaven University. The W battled for every point in the first set to force a scoring war but it was not enough to keep the Owls on top. After a 27-25 loss in the first set, The W was struggled to keep the momentum going, closing the match under the Blazers in three; 25-27, 10-25, 14-25.

Volleyball Falls in Three Against Sewanee

Women's Volleyball

COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Owls volleyball team hosted Sewanee: The University of the South on Friday, Sept. 28 in its second home game of the season. The W mounted a great defense and limited unforced errors to play a great game against the Tigers. Despite the effort, the Owls were unable to defeat Sewanee, falling in three sets (12-25, 19-25, 13-25)

Volleyball Outlasts Judson for 3-2 Victory

Women's Volleyball

MARION, Ala. – The Owls volleyball team played its best match of the 2018 season at Judson College on Tuesday, Sept. 25. The W pushed back when down to defeat the Eagles in the first five set match of the season, 3-2.

Volleyball Stalls at Tougaloo, 0-3

Women's Volleyball

TOUGALOO, Miss. – Mid-season fatigue is beginning to settle into the Owls volleyball team. The W did well statistically during the University of Dallas Volleyball Tournament but struggled during a Tuesday match against Tougaloo College. The Owls were unable to get their game going and fell 0-3 (2-25, 9-25, 13-25) to the Bulldogs on Tuesday, Sept. 18.

Volleyball Closes UD Tournament 1-2

Women's Volleyball

DALLAS, Tex. – The Owls volleyball team moves to 1-12 on the season after Saturday’s loss to Randall University. The W took on the Saints in the last match of the University of Dallas Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 15. The Owls played well offensive but created points for their opponent through errors to take the loss in four sets; 22-25, 24-26, 25-16, 17-25.

Volleyball Splits Day One of Dallas Tournament

Women's Volleyball

DALLAS, Tex. – The Owls volleyball split day one of the University of Dallas Volleyball Tournament. The W gained its first win of the season by defeated Southwestern Adventist University, 3-0. In the Owls second match of the day, they played well but struggled to score points, falling 0-3 to the University of Dallas.

Volleyball Unable to Best Sewannee

Women's Volleyball

SEWANEE, Tenn. – On Thursday, Sept. 12, The W volleyball team (0-10) faced off against Sewanee: The University of the South (9-1), a promising team currently ranked second in the Southern Athletic Conference. After playing against Covenant College Wednesday, the Owls adjusted their game plan in hopes to best their out-of-state foe. The W, still laying the ground work for the season, was unsuccessful in its attempt, dropping the match in three sets; 5-25, 13-25, 18-25.

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Nov 03
Women's Volleyball Final
Lane College
L, 3-0
Faculty/Staff Appreciation (Blue Out)
Oct 27
Women's Volleyball Final
vs. Dallas
L, 3-0
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Johnson & Wales University
Oct 27
Women's Volleyball Final
at Johnson & Wales University
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Women's Volleyball Final
at Colorado College
L, 3-0
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Women's Volleyball Final
at Lane College
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Athlete of the Month

Brandon Walker Men's Golf COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Owls Athletic staff has selected men’s golf player Brandon Walker as the Renasant Bank Athlete of the Month. The junior business administration major received All-Academic Team honors for a GPA greater than 3.5. He has led his team in 3 out of 4 tournaments, playing his best two rounds at the USCAA National Championship with an overall score of 144. For his effort, the Vardaman, Miss. native placed sixth in the tournament was named to the All-Tournament First Team.