Oct. 15, 2003
CLEMSON, SC – The Clemson volleyball team will travel to Tallahassee on Friday to take on Florida State in Tully Gym. The match is scheduled to start at 7:00 p.m.
The Tigers enter Friday’s match with a 12-10 overall record and a 2-5 mark in conference play, after falling to fourth-ranked Georgia Tech 3-0 on Tuesday. Clemson is 12-18 all-time against the Seminoles with an 11-12 record under head coach Jolene Jordan Hoover. The Tigers defeated Florida State 3-1 last year in Tully Gym.
The Tigers’ Leslie Finn recorded her 1,000th career kill against Georgia Tech on Oct. 14, the second Clemson player to do so this season as Lori Ashton posted her 1,000th career kill against Duke on Oct. 10 in Durham. Finn leads the Tigers with 346 kills and a 4.32 kills per game average. The outside hitter is third on the team in digs with 212 and has served up 23 aces this season. Ashton has a team-best .283 hitting percentage with 276 kills and a 3.37 kills per game average. She leads the team at the net with 102 blocks (38 solo) and a 1.24 per game average. Ryane Beasley has tallied 236 kills with 102 defensive saves and 89 blocks (19 solo), while Liz Beckham has added 224 kills and is second on the team with 215 digs. Lindsey Abbott has recorded a team-best 308 digs with a 3.80 digs per game average, and Carly Hill has 24 service aces. Stephanie Haskell has handed out 726 assists with a 10.37 assists per game average and 145 digs.
Cassie McLaughlin leads the Seminoles with 200 kills, a 2.86 kills per game average and 25 service aces. McLaughlin is second on the team in digs with 145 and is third on the team in blocks with 61 (seven solo). Aisha Carr has tallied 187 kills with a .288 hitting percentage and a team-best 85 blocks (23 solo), while Sarah Griffin has recorded 132 kills with 129 digs. Cerina Pele has a team-high 210 digs with a 2.96 digs per game average, and Kameelah Omar has 114 defensive saves. Jennifer Anderson has handed out 526 assists with 116 digs, while Jessica Skower has recorded 315 assists with 41 blocks.
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