This weekend, the UConn women’s volleyball team defeated Temple 3-1 a second time at Gampel Pavilion on Friday before traveling to Texas for a 3-2 victory against Houston on Sunday.
This weekend, the Huskies go on the road again, initiating a second round of American Athletic Conference matches against two teams that have already defeated them. On Friday, UConn will again take the stage against ECU. On Sunday, the team will revisit its history with Cincinnati. Both opponents won 3-0, holding off UConn from taking a single set earlier this fall.
This Halloweekend, the UConn women’s volleyball team returns to Gampel Pavilion to battle Wichita State Friday and Tulsa Sunday. UConn is currently halfway through its season in the American Athletic Conference. Having lost their last five matches, the Huskies have a good chance to end their losing streak Friday and a more challenging matchup Sunday.
This weekend, the UConn women’s volleyball team took two more losses on the road at Memphis and SMU. While the Friday match in Memphis went to five sets, SMU swept the Sunday match. Coming off of three 0-3 losses at home against Tulane, Cincinnati and ECU, the Huskies have now lost the past five games in a row, giving them a record of 2-6 in the American Athletic Conference at the halfway point of the regular conference season.
The UConn women’s volleyball team is preparing to host Cincinnati Friday and East Carolina Sunday as it continues its American Athletic Conference season journey. Currently carrying a conference record of two wins and two losses, the Huskies will compete at Gampel Pavilion in an attempt to tip the balance toward victory.
This weekend, the UConn volleyball team continued its American Athletic Conference journey on the road versus Temple University and at home versus Tulane University. With a 3-1 win against Temple and a 0-3 loss to Tulane, the Huskies continue to balance victories and defeats on their season’s record.
Following its sweep of last week’s Dog Pound Challenge, the UConn women’s volleyball team traveled to Florida to commence its series of conference matches in The American Athletic Conference. The Huskies finished the weekend with two different experiences to reflect on: A 0-3 loss against UCF and a 3-0 win against USF.
The UConn women’s volleyball team went three-for-three at the Dog Pound Challenge in Gampel Pavilion this weekend, but it was no easy sweep for the Huskies. Coming off a string of three 0-3 matches on the road one week earlier, the team brought a fighting spirit that would not relent amidst lost sets or point deficits.
Gampel Pavilion will be the site of the fifth annual Dog Pound Challenge at the University of Connecticut. The UConn women’s volleyball team will kick off the tournament against Holy Cross in the first and only game scheduled for Thursday evening. Dartmouth and Providence will also be attendees at the tournament.
Kennadie Jake-Turner just doesn’t feel right unless she’s busy. 14 credits of class, 20 hours of practice and eight hours of NCAA-mandated studying a week and it still gives her too much free time to fill.
“I’ve never been just a volleyball player, I’ve always done all these different things at home so I wanted to get involved,” Jake-Turner said.