Having started its first nine games on the road, amounting to a 2-7 record to start the season, the VCU women’s volleyball team fell one game shy of once again playing in the Atlantic 10 championship game.
In their regular season finale, the women’s volleyball team made easy work of visiting Davidson College on Saturday, Nov. 15, winning the match in three sets (25-12, 25-9, 25-17).
As the month of October draws to a close, the VCU women’s volleyball team has held their own despite surrendering their three-game winning streak to Rhode Island University 3-2 on Friday, Oct. 24. Still, the team has won five out of eight games throughout the month, keeping head coach Jody Rodger’s team in the hunt.
One hour. That’s how long it took the VCU women’s volleyball team to respond in dominating fashion to the group’s six-game winning streak being halted.
VCU’s women volleyball team has won five straight matches, improving their overall record to 7-7. The Rams’ defeated Davidson College in both team’s Atlantic 10 conference opener on Sept. 27 as well as besting the College of William & Mary on the road on Tuesday, Sept. 23. On Sept. 19-20, the Lady Rams dominated their season home-opener, sweeping the competition 3-0.