Quinnipiac Bobcats (3-14, 2-5 MAAC) at
Marist Red Foxes (9-9, 6-2 MAAC)
Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018 · 7:00 PM
Marist, 3-1 on Oct. 15, 2017
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HAMDEN, Conn. –
The Quinnipiac volleyball team is set for a midweek MAAC match against the Marist Red Foxes. Marist sits in the third spot in the MAAC standings with a 6-2 record behind Iona and Fairfield. The Bobcats stand at 2-5 in MAAC play and are ranked seventh.
Bobcat's in Action Last Weekend
Quinninpiac faced Niagara and Canisius for two road matches on Oct. 6-7. The Bobcats fell to Niagara in a five-set battle - Morgan Sherwin
led the attack with 23 kills and Maria Pansari
matched her season-high number for assists with 60. Against Canisius, the Bobcats fell, 3-0 with Maggie Baker
leading the attack with 12 kills.
The Red Foxes went 1-1 this past weekend after taking down Manhattan, 3-1, and losing to Iona, 3-1. Marist is ranked second as a team in the conference for hitting percentage (.229), assists (13.29/set) and kills (13.96/set). The Red Foxes have been successful on the serve, averaging 1.71 serving aces per set, which leads the MAAC.
Marist's Taylor VanDerBiezen leads the MAAC in conference play with a 0.75 aces per set average, and Nicki DeSerpa is ranked second in the conference with 4.21 kills per set.
Setting the Tone
tallied a season-high 60 assists twice against Fairfiled and later against Niagara in two intense five-set matches this season. The junior setter has recorded 2,920 total career assists and is currently ranked third on Quinnipiac's all-time career records list for total assists.
Bobcats Making Milestones
tallied her 1,000th dig and now has 1,042 on her career, which moves her to the fifth spot on the all-time career records list. She also recorded her 100th
career ace in the match against Fairfield and has 104 total aces now in her career. Pansari also recorded her 100th
Miller's impressive senior season continues for the Bobcats after 16 kills and 16 digs for her seventh double-double of the season after facing Niagara. She remains 22nd
in the nation with 31 service aces on the season and maintains the top mark in the MAAC.