The Texas A&M University-Kingsville Javelina volleyball team failed to pick up a victory over the weekend in Lone Star Conference (LSC) competition.
The Javelinas dropped two matches, bringing their overall record to 14-15 and their LSC record to 5-7. The Javelinas are on a current three-game losing streak.
Friday night’s match took the Javelinas to San Angelo, Texas to take on the Angelo State Rambelles. The Javelinas dropped the match in three sets 3-0 (25-8, 25-13, and 25-15).
Leading the Javelinas in kills was Kelsey Washington with 10. Kayla McGlathery had five kills and a team-leading two blocks.
Leading the Javelinas in assists was Sarah Fountain with 16.
Washington and Mariah
Carlin led the Javelinas in digs with 10 apiece. Angelo State improved their overall record to 19-6 and LSC record to 10-3. They currently sit in second place in the LSC.
Saturday afternoon, the Javelinas made their way to Stephenville, Texas to battle with the Tarleton State TexAnns.
The Javelinas dropped the match in straight sets for the second consecutive day 3-0 (25-20, 26-24 and 25-20).
The Texans improved their overall record to 14-10 and their LSC record to 7-5. The TexAnns now sit in fourth place in the LSC.
Leading the Javelinas in kills throughout the match was McGlathery with 11. Washington was second in kills with eight.
Fountain led the team with 19 kills while Giselle Carreon contributed 11.
Carlin led the team in digs with 15.
Head Coach Tanya Allen said now is not the time to panic with only four LSC matches remaining.
“It was a tough weekend against two strong teams. We just have to stay focused and continue to get better everyday. Hopefully we can get a good crowd at the games this weekend and really use our home court advantage,” Allen said.
The Javelinas return to Hampton Inn Court on Friday, Nov. 8 for a crucial LSC matchup against the Texas A&M Commerce Lions.
With only four conference games left, this is the time of season where teams start to feel the urgency to win. I just want to make sure that urgency doesn’t turn to panic. We have all the tools; we just need to stay focused on the little things,” Allen said.