2017 Volleyball
Record: 17-7 Home: 10-1 Away: 5-5 Neutral: 2-1 AAC: 12-4
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The Skyhawks broke their single-season wins record (12) with a sweep of Truett McConnell Tuesday night, 3-0.
Truett-McConnell University
Volleyball - Tue, Oct. 3, 2017

WEST POINT, Ga. -- Point University (13-5; 8-2 AAC) broke its single-season wins record (12), earning its 13th victory of the season in a sweep of the visiting Truett McConnell University Bears (2-12; 2-7 AAC), 3-0, in Tuesday, Oct. 3 Appalachian Athletics Conference volleyball action inside West Point Park Gymnasium in West Point, Ga.  With the win the Skyhawks have now won seven consecutive matches. 


Point led the opening set by as many as 11 points and took the first set, 25-14.  The Skyhawks trailed the Bears by six points in the second set but rallied to take the set, 25-22, and Point led by as many as 15 points during the third and final set and would go on to take the set, 25-10, and the match, 3-0.


Point finished the three-set match with 43 kills and 17 attack errors in 111 total attacks (.234), 37 set assists, three service aces, 62 digs, and five total team blocks.  TMU totaled 25 kills with 22 errors in 114 total attacks (.026), 22 set assists, two service aces, 45 digs and five total team blocks.


Junior outside hitter Jordan Bemis (Middleburg, FL) led the Skyhawks with 10 kills and added one dig and block, sophomore right-side hitter Charlotte Havrisik (Riverside, CA) finished with six kills, one dig and one block, and freshman outside hitter Te'a Owens (Rossville, GA) totaled seven kills and three digs.  Junior middle blocker Tatiana Dale (Kenner, LA) finished with six kills and four digs, and senior right-side hitter Suheily Colon-Rodriguez (Carolina, Puerto Rico) added five kills and eight digs.


Sophomore setter Julia Felix (New Orleans, LA) had three kills, 19 set assists and five digs, and freshman setter Kaitlyn Hawke (Highland, MI) added two kills and 13 digs.


Defensively, senior libero Gabriana Nichols (Pecos, TX) finished with eight digs and went a perfect 8-for-8 in service receptions, and sophomore defensive specialist Tessa Burns (Columbus, GA) recorded 11 digs and went a perfect 5-for-5 in service receptions.


NEXT MATCH:  Coached by Amanda Jones, the Skyhawks host the Bryan College Lions (Tenn.) for an AAC match, Friday, Oct. 6, at 6:30 p.m., at West Point Park Gymnasium in West Point, Ga.