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Postmatch Notes




Nov. 2, 2011

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• The win marked the 10th-straight for Texas A&M over the Red Raiders as Texas Tech's last win the series came on Nov. 18, 2006 in Lubbock.

• The win improved A&M to 54-29 all-time against Tech in what could be the final game between the long-standing rivals as no match is currently scheduled for the 2012 season.

• The Red Raiders dropped to just 8-26 all-time when playing in College Station. Tech's has defeated the Aggies only once (2006) since 1998 when playing on the road.

• Since Tech's last win over A&M in 2006, the Red Raiders have been handed a 3-0 sweep in eight of 10 meetings against the Aggies. Tech dropped a close 3-2 decision to A&M on Oct. 19 in Lubbock.

• The magic number for Tech to secure its first winning since 2001 remains at two victories with five conference matches remaining along with a non-conference contest at San Jose State.

• The Red Raiders are now 1-8 on the year when dropping the opening set. Tech's lone win of the year when falling behind early came against North Texas on Sept. 19.

• Texas A&M's eight service aces in the match marked the most for a Tech opponent since Missouri notched 10 on Oct. 15. The Red Raiders had allowed only 12 aces in the three matches since playing the Tigers.

Amanda Dowdy led the Red Raiders in kills for the 22nd time this season as the senior dropped a match-high 10 off 39 attempts. The senior finished with a .189 hitting percentage as well.

• For only the seventh time this season, though, Dowdy was unable to post a double-double as she had only four digs in the match. Dowdy had previously recorded a double-double in each of Tech's last three matches.

• Dowdy, who was playing near her hometown of Lexington, has now recorded double-digit kills in 18-straight matches.

• A week after recording a career-high 31 digs against Baylor, libero Tory Vaughan was limited to just nine against the Aggies.



Aubree Piper had nine kills in the middle, marking the sophomore's most since recording 10 against Oklahoma on Oct. 1.

Amy Rose made her first appearance during Big 12 play this season as the freshman saw action during the final two sets, finishing with one attempt and a dig.

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