Tech's .370 hitting percentage in the first set matched its third-highest total for any individual set this season. Tech previously hit .458 in the second set against UTSA and .389 in the fourth frame against Colorado. The Red Raiders also hit .370 in the opening set against Northeastern.
Tech's one attacking error in the first set was the least amount of errors in an individual set this season.
Amanda Dowdy moved into sole possession of ninth on the school's career kills list. She surpassed Jennifer Cohn (957 kills; 1992-95) early into the third set and then passed Kim Gosselin (962 kills; 1989-92) later in the frame. Dowdy trails Phillister Sang (973 kills; 2005-06) by four kills as she now has 969 over her career.
Barbara Conceicao's seven kills was one off her season high earlier this year against UTSA. It was her most kills since notching seven against Missouri earlier in the year.
Aleah Hayes set a new season high for digs with 10, while also matching her career high. Hayes, a native of Ozark, Mo., had 10 digs against Iowa State on Oct. 24, 2009. The sophomore's previous high this season was six in Tech's first match against Missouri (Sept. 15) and then also against Oklahoma (Oct. 23).
Jackie Vincent also matched her career high for digs with 19. The senior had previously finished with 19 against Texas State earlier in the year.