The Middle Tennessee volleyball team (7-21, 2-10) is scheduled to wrap up their home season this Thursday against Florida International University. This will be Senior Night and as is tradition, there will be a ceremony honoring the only senior on the team, Sloan Sullivan. Since she first came to Middle Tennessee, Sullivan has been an instrumental part of the team’s efforts. She plays the position of libero and is a strong defensive specialist for the Blue Raiders.
The Middle Tennessee Lady Raider volleyball team (7-21, 2-10) played the 25th-ranked Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (27-2, 13-0) at home. MTSU jumped out to an early lead but couldn’t sustain it, and WKU walked away with a straight-set victory. Middle Tennessee came out with some fire to start the match, taking a 7-4 lead. WKU responded with a flurry of kills, leading to a 16-9 lead after a 12-2 run.
The Middle Tennessee Women’s tennis team traveled to Fort Worth, Texas, to participate in the TCU Fall Invitational over the weekend. They were dominant in the doubles matches and put up a competitive front in the singles matches. In the singles side of the tournament, several players won matches in their individual flights. Costanza Magazzini won her match against Northwestern State while Maria Zehnder won her match against Macarena Oliveras from Texas A&M.
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Selecting a term
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