Carlie Foust matched a career-high 29 digs in the 3-2 victory over Oklahoma on Wednesday.
Texas Tech defeated Oklahoma for the first time since 2005, snapping a 19-game skid against the conference foe.
Lauren Douglass set a career-high in kills with 20 and attack percentage of .500 on Friday afternoon.
Junior Lauren Douglass tallied 16 kills for the second-straight match.
Lauren Douglass and Victoria Hinneburg led the team in kills with 16 each, while Marguerite Grubb earns her third double-double of the season.
Red Raider Volleyball hosts Portland State, Washington State and Northwestern State for the 2015 Lone Star Showdown.
Photos from the 2015 Red vs. Black Volleyball match on Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015, at the United Supermarkets Arena.
Texas Tech vs. Abilene Christian
Red & Black Scrimmage
Played in 22 matches, including two starts ... Ranked fourth on the team with 159 digs ... Logged 18 assists from the back line, and registered 11 service aces, fourth-most on the team ... Recorded double-digit digs a career-high eight times, including notching a career-high 15 twice: Texas State on Sept. 12 (15), and Sept. 24 against TCU (15), where she also had a career-high three assists ... Had a career-high three service aces against West Virginia on Sept. 27 ... Second team Academic All-Big 12 selection.
CAREER HIGHS (Through Sept. 26)
Kills: 1, three times, last vs. Baylor (Oct. 26, 2013)
Total Attacks: 7, vs. Montana (Sept. 6, 2013)
Hitting Percentage (Min. 5 Kills): N/A
Assists: 4, three times, last at UTEP (Sept. 15, 2015)
Service Aces: 3, vs. West Virginia (Sept. 27, 2014)
Digs: 29, twice, last vs. Oklahoma (Sept. 23, 2015)
Solo Blocks: None
Block Assists: None
Total Blocks: None
REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE SEASON (2013)
Appeared in 25 matches while making one start during her first season as a Red Raider ... became one of the top defensive options off the bench ... ended the year with 109 kills which ranked seventh on the team ... averaged 1.68 digs per set, an average that ranked sixth overall on the team ... finished in double digits for digs four times - Aug. 30 vs. UC Riverside (11), Aug. 31 vs. Grand Canyon (12), Sept. 7 vs. South Dakota (13) and Sept. 16 at Incarnate Word (10) ... came close to double digits Oct. 26 with eight digs against Baylor ... marked her best performance during Big 12 play ... recorded six or more digs in four-straight matches from Sept. 7-13 ... stretch included her only start of the year Sept. 7 against Eastern Washington ... added six assists and six aces on the year as well ... took 35 attacks on the year while connecting on three kills mainly off back row attacks.
Redshirt season ... joined Texas Tech for the 2013 spring season.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2011 AT COLORADO STATE)
Saw significant action as a rookie for the Rams, who finished 24-6 overall and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... appeared in 103 of 107 sets on the year ... only six other players played in more sets on the year ... ranked fifth on the team with 1.44 digs per set ... recorded 148 total digs ... added 12 service aces and 21 assists from the back row as well ... set a career high midway through the season with 20 digs against Wyoming ... also recorded a career high with three aces later in the year against the Cowgirls ... earned Academic All-Mountain West honors. AMARILLO HIGH SCHOOL
Played one of the top high school program in the state ... three-year letterwinner with the Sandies ... played one year at Tascosa High School ... helped lead Amarillo High to the Class 5A state title both her sophomore and junior seasons ... was part of squads that advanced past the area rounds her freshman and sophomore seasons ... three-time Academic All-State selection ... also played with the Amarillo Juniors club team. PERSONAL
Carlie Foust ... born Dec. 13, 1992, to parents Mike and Bonnie Foust ... both parents are graduates of West Texas A&M ... middle child of three siblings ... has an older brother, Jake, and a younger sister, Kacie ... nutritional sciences major ... hopes to one day become a dietician that works with athletes.