Volleyball Hosts Final Home Matches This Weekend
Nov. 10, 2011
Bronx, N.Y. - The Rams welcome the Charlotte 49ers to the Rose Hill Gym on Friday night, as Fordham hosts its final two matches of the season. Charlotte won the first meeting between the two schools, back on October 16th at Charlotte. Final set scores were 25-19, 25-27, 25-21, and 25-23.
Overall, Fordham is 7-4 all-time against Charlotte since the 49ers joined the league in 2005. The Rams are a perfect 6-0.
On Saturday, Fordham hosts George Washington for Senior Day, as the Rams will honor its three seniors, Megan Arend, Kim Capicotto, and Brittany Daulton, prior to the match. George Washington won the first meeting between the two schools, back on October 14th. Final set scores were 25-16, 25-23, 25-17.
Overall, Fordham is 7-25 all-time against George Washington as a member of the Atlantic 10 Conference.
LAST TIME OUT: Dayton's Rachel Krabacher posted 10 kills, six digs, and five blocks, while Megan Campbell added seven kills and seven blocks, as the Flyers swept a three-set match from the Fordham Rams at the Frericks Center in Dayton, Ohio. Final set scores were 25-10, 25-12, and 25-14.
For Fordham, Brittany Daulton had a team-high eight kills to go with four digs, while Rose Diaz-Vazquez posted five kills and three blocks. Sara Konkel dished out 10 assists and five digs, with Mary Diamantidis having eight assists and seven digs.
MILESTONES: In the Connecticut match, senior Megan Arend posted 10 digs to surpass the 800-career digs plateau. She has 829 digs heading into today's match, ranking 14th all-time at Fordham.
Senior Brittany Daulton played in her 100th career match on October 28th against Saint Louis, posting a team-high 15 kills and leading the Rams to their first-ever win over the Billikens. She also surpassed 600 kills for her career last weekend at Dayton.
Randi Ewing surpassed the 100-blocks plateau for the season in style, posting a career-high 12 against Saint Louis on October 28th. It was one shy of the school record of 13, set by Marija Markovic in 2006.