Women’s club volleyball stormed Aggie Classic | Sports William M. Brito October 31, 2021 Christian University Texas A&M women’s volleyball swept the competition at the Aggie Classic. Team A took first place and Team B finished second in the October 30 tournament after both teams qualified for the gold category. Both teams won places, with the last two competing for first and second place. The teams facing each other were not unexpected, according to the players. “We were expecting this,” said Viviana Carrasco, No. 11 B player. “We are all such good friends. We’re just excited. Earlier in the day, Team A beat White Team University of Texas (25-16, 25-15), Team B University of Texas-San Antonio (25-12, 25 -12) and Sam Houston State University (25-5, 25-18) in the pool. Team B defeated UT Orange Team (25-21, 25-16), Baylor University Gold Team (25-21, 25-22) and Texas Christian University’s White Team (25-8, 21-25, 15-1 ) also in the pool game. With both teams performing clean sweeps, they both qualified for the gold slice. Both teams said they have adjusted their strategy to deal with different styles of play. “We have to play our own game,” said Lauren Williams, the No. 25 B-team player. “We identify the best hitters and play with the other team and focus on them.” The camaraderie of the team was evident even after a 12 hour day when the teams could be heard cheering and singing from outside the venue. “Being with a group of girls who love the game so much makes it easy to stay excited,” Williams said. “We are all best friends.” Team A defeated White Team UT and Team B defeated Green Team Baylor and Orange Team UT to advance to the Championship game. Club president Allie Goff said she was proud of the 1-2 standings at home. “It’s awesome,” Goff said. “[I’m] very proud of my team. Source link Related posts: Ohio Valley Faith Calendar | News, Sports, Jobs Game Day: Colonels face Abilene Christian on Saturday in Richmond Win Streak ends in Concho Valley, as LCU falls in straight sets Syracuse alumnus Riley Christian makes “Bachelor” history, details life after “Paradise” Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.