Sept. 27, 2004
The Air Force volleyball team wraps up a busy stretch of competition on Tuesday, Sept. 28, when they travel to Denver for their fourth match in six days. The Falcons, coming off of a grueling section of the schedule that featured three matches in as many days, will head north on I-25 for a non-conference showdown with the Pioneers at 7 p.m. in Hamilton Gymnasium. It will be the 40th meeting between the two schools.
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SCOUTING THE OPPONENTS - DENVER (6-6)
After splitting a pair of Sun Belt Conference road contests last weekend, Denver is 6-6 on the season overall, but are a perfect 3-0 at home this season ... with a 4.39 kills per game average, sophomore Lisa Hunter leads the Pioneers in that category, while Sarah Adamis leads the squad in digs, averaging nearly four per game ... Denver returns 10 letterwinners and three starters from last season's squad that finished 18-14 overall.
LAST TIME OUT
Last season, the Falcons claimed a 3-1 victory over Denver at the Cadet East Gym, backed by strong attacking from then-senior Delavane Diaz. The Falcons took the first two games with scores of 30-25 and 30-21, respectively. After dropping the third game by a narrow 30-28 margin, Air Force responded with authority in the fourth game to put the match away, holding the Pioneers to just 11 points.
FOLLOW ALONG AT HOME
Air Force volleyball fans can follow along at home, as the Falcons travel to Denver. The match will be broadcast live on GameTracker. To access the live stat update, click on the GameTracker link listed on the volleyball schedule page of www.AirForceSports.com.
A complete weekly release will be available following the Falcons' match at Denver.