Volleyball seeks to continue improving record with May, Gray and Penrod leading the way

With a win last Saturday against the Murray State Racers, the Tech volleyball team looks to pick up a couple more victories against the Austin Peay Governors and the Tennessee State Tigers while on the road this weekend.

Leading the Golden Eagles in kills this season with 234, Sophomore Natalie Penrod has proven to be an impact player for Tech in its win over the Racers. Other impact players include Junior Kelsey Gray and Sophomore Allison May.

Gray, with 326 total blocks in her career with the Golden Eagles, is ranked tenth on the all-times block list at Tech.

May, with just 41 digs away from a career-high of 1000, tallied 19 digs in last Saturday’s victory.

The four-match road trip will begin Oct. 28 against Austin Peay, with kickoff set for 7 p.m. On Oct. 29, the Golden Eagles are scheduled to battle against its third place opponent, TSU, at 2 p.m.