No. 5 Tigers beach volleyball remains perfect with 5-0 record over the weekend

No. 5 Tigers beach volleyball remains perfect with 5-0 record over the weekend

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Baton Rouge, La. – The No. 5 LSU Seaside Volleyball group gained both matches Sunday as they concluded the weekend 5- in the Tiger Seashore Problem.

“Good weekend at residence,” reported head coach Russell Brock. “Really everything we could hope for. Great climate, excellent crowds, stable level of competition. Taking part in 5 matches in excess of two days and owning a roster that could go on to add to the results with distinct lineups is a genuinely crucial component of navigating the year. We were analyzed plenty of to find out much more about who we are and did a wonderful career responding to people worries.”

The sweep of North Alabama and Southeastern Louisiana led LSU to a 5- on the weekend and 9- general.

“Next weekend will be a entire new check towards a excellent TCU workforce,” reported Brock. “We will do every thing we can to be prepared and I’m fired up to see how we match up. There’s no question that they are one particular of the ideal groups in the nation, so to perform in opposition to them at their put will be an important measuring adhere for exactly where we are in the system of getting where by we want to go.”

LSU will travel to TCU up coming weekend for the Horned Frog Challenge on Friday and Saturday. The Tigers will consider on Southern Mississippi, Texas A&M Kingsville and No. 3 TCU 2 times ahead of heading dwelling.

The day begun with a 5- earn over North Alabama. Lara Boos and Ella Larkin took treatment of small business on Court docket 4 profitable, 21-15 and 21-11. Cassidy Chambers and Amber Haynes won Court docket 5, 21-19 and 21-14.

On Courtroom 1 Kylie DeBerg and Ellie Shank fight it out in 3 sets profitable 21-14, 18-21 and 15-7. Grace Seits and Parker Bracken gained Court docket 2, 21-13 and 21-19. Hannah Brister and Reilly Allred won Court 3, 21-15 and 21-13.

After a break LSU went to fight versus Southeastern Louisiana and arrived out on major with a 5- sweep. All courts received in straight sets. Chambers and Haynes won Court 4 in straight sets, 21-11 and 21-16. Brooke Blutreich and Melia Lindner fought for the win on Court docket 5 profitable, 23-21 and 21-13.

DeBerg and Shank received Court 1, 21-14 and 21-19. Seits and Bracken won Court 2 21-11 and 21-15. Boos and Larkin won Courtroom 3 21-14 and 21-12 to end out the day.

LSU 5, North Alabama

  1. Kylie DeBerg/Ellie Shank (LSU) def. Paula Klemperer/Taylor Seney (487) 21-14, 18-21, 15-7

  2. Grace Seits/Parker Bracken (LSU) def. Mackenzie Martin/Katy Floyd (487) 21-13, 21-19

  3. Hannah Brister/Reilly Allred (LSU) def. Selma Robinson/Martha McLaurin (487) 21-15, 21-13

  4. Lara Boos/Ella Larkin (LSU) def. Nati Kordt/Jelena Girod (487) 21-15, 21-11

  5. Amber Haynes/Cassidy Chambers (LSU) def. Kati Anderson/Abby Robertson (487) 21-19, 21-14


  1. Kylie DeBerg/Ellie Shank (LSU) def. Mia McKinney/Jolie Hidalgo (SLU) 21-14, 21-19

  2. Grace Seits/Parker Bracken (LSU) def. Eryn Wilks/Jackie McGee (SLU) 21-11, 21-15

  3. Ella Larkin/Lara Boos (LSU) def. Lauren Schlotzhauer/Meagan Scuderi (SLU) 21-14, 21-12

  4. Cassidy Chambers/Amber Haynes (LSU) def. Alexis Logarbo/Carley Petty (SLU) 21-11, 21-16

  5. Brooke Bluetreich/Melia Lindner (LSU) def. Mabry Ward/Ysabella Lockwood (SLU) 23-21, 21-13

Story initially appeared on LSU Tigers Wire