Gator Volleyball Tames Cougars
The Gator volleyball team had no trouble taming the College of Charleston Cougars.Â The 13th-seed GatorsÂ got a career-high 18 kills from freshman outside hitter Callie Rivers and 16 from senior opposite hitter Amber McCray in a three-game sweep - 30-22, 30-28, 30-14.
Senior setter Angie McGinnis dished out 54 assists one shy of her three-game UF record en route to setting the Gators (28-2)
to a .350 hitting percentage that ranks as the ninth-best in school
history in an NCAA Championship match.
UF and the Oklahoma Sooners will next clash at 7 p.m. on Friday night for a berth in next week's NCAA Gainesville Regional.
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