Match 11: Guilford Technical Community College (1-5) vs Cape Fear Community College (4-6)
Game Date: Saturday, September 17, 2016
Match Time: 1:00pm (EST) at the Schwartz Center (601 N Front St, Wilmington, NC 28401)
Internet Options: Live Stats
Projected Sea Devil Starting VI:
Setter: Faryn Salazar
RS: Amber Tyndall
OH: Bailey Toman, Kacie Markle
MB: Tressa Amico
MB: Cali Watson
WILMINGTON, NC --- Fresh off a 3-0 victory over Region 10 opponent Wake Tech CC on Wednesday afternoon, the 4-6 Sea Devil Women's Volleyball program returns to the floor for their first home match of the season on Saturday versus 1-5 Guilford Tech Community College.
"We are so excited to be playing in our first home match. We've been traveling so much, and it'll be so nice to be on our court in front of our great fans. Our staff does an excellent job getting everything ready," said Sea Devil Women's Volleyball head coach Emily Coleman.
Coleman, who is currently coaching in her fourth year with the program is (22-7) all-time in home matches, and (16-5) in conference home matches.
Tyndall, a Fayetteville, North Carolina native, enters Saturday's match as the team's leading point scorer (88.5 points), and in total kills, and kills per set (68 kills, 2.13K/S). Tyndall has appeared in each of the ten matches Cape Fear has played this season, recording 32 total sets played.
Salazar, the sophomore setter, is currently tied for second on the team with total assists (110), and assists per set (3.33). Salazar has appeared in all ten matches this season and played in a total of 33 sets.
Toman, the Keenesburg, Colorado native, enters Saturday's match with 125 career sets played and 38 match appearances since arriving to Cape Fear Community College in 2015.
Mathias, the 5'2" defensive specialist/libero, currently leads the team in service aces with 21 entering Saturday's contest versus the Titans.
Schoenleber, the Wilmington native, currently ranks fourth on the team in total blocked shots with 11 through her first ten matches played.
At the helm of the Titans of Guilford Tech is head coach Sabrina Johnson, who has a young roster of players led by nine freshmen and one sophomore. Leading the way for the Titans is freshman middle hitter Teneithia Stewart; Stewart enters Saturday's game versus Cape Fear as the Titans' leading point scorer (16.5 points), service aces (5), total kills (11), and kills per set (1.83).
Guilford Tech is coming off a 0-3 home defeat versus Sandhills Community College on Thursday afternoon.
"They are usually very athletic and scrappy," said Coach Coleman when asked about what the Sea Devils can expect from Guilford Tech in her pre-game presser.
Saturday's match-up between the Sea Devils and the Eagles is the 17th all-time meeting between the two schools in program history; Cape Fear leads (13-3) in the all-time series between the two programs.
Saturday's match is scheduled for a 1:00pm (EST) start time located at the Schwartz Center at Cape Fear Community College's downtown Wilmington campus.
Following Saturday's result versus Guilford Tech Community College, the Sea Devils will return to the floor on Saturday, September 24, for a home double-header versus Bryant & Stratton (VA) College at 11:00am (EST), and CCBC Essex at 3:00pm (EST).
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Courtesy of Trent Brinkley