Sept. 17, 2011
The win improves Texas Tech to 3-0 all-time against Louisiana-Lafayette. The two schools were meeting for the first time since the 2008 season.
Tech pushed its winning streak to 11-straight, the school's longest run since opening the 1996 season with a 15-0 record.
The Red Raiders ended its sixth-straight match via a 3-0 score, a feat that had not been previously accomplished since Tech opened the 1998 season with eight-straight sweeps.
Tech's sweep was its 10th of the year which is the school's most in a single-season since it totaled 10 as well during the 2002 season.
The Red Raiders have now won eight-straight road or neutral-site contests, the school's longest streak since opening the 2003 season with eight-straight wins away from Lubbock.
Tech has now held its opponent to a hitting percentage below .100 in five of its last six matches. It marked the seventh time the Red Raiders held the opposing team below the .100 mark this season as well.
The Red Raiders hit over .200 for the 10th time this season. It also marked the sixth time Tech has recorded 15 or less attacking errors in a match.
Tech dominated the net for the 10th time this season as the Red Raiders maintained a 12-3 blocks advantage in the match.
The Red Raiders recorded a season-high seven solo blocks, the school's most since also posting seven against Northeastern on Sept. 11, 2010.
Amanda Dowdy's double-double was the 22nd of her career and ninth one of the season. Dowdy has now posted a double-double in each of Tech's last four matches.
Aubree Piper finished with a career-high .615 hitting percentage as the sophomore recorded a season-high eight kills.
Mikia Mills' six kills were her most since recording eight against UConn on Aug. 27, only Tech's second match of the year.
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