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Volleyball vs. Arkansas

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Junior Hollann Hans slams on the Arkansas defense as the Aggies sweep all three sets at home in Reed Arena.

Texas A&M volleyball defeated Arkansas University in three sets at Reed Arena on Sept. 19 as the Aggies’ opened their SEC competition for the season.

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  • Arkansas had a lead in both the first and second sets.

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  • Associate Head Coach Kolby O’Donnell discusses strategy with sophomore Camille Conner while sophomore Makena Patterson and Assistant Coach Wendel Camargo discuss.

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  • Texas A&M had 41 kills against Arkansas, who earned 32 kills.

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  • Junior Brookah Palmer earned 14 points and eight kills for the Aggies

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  • Texas A&M lead the entire third set before defeating SEC rival Arkansas.

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  • Freshman London Austin-Roark looks for the call on the Aggies’ serve.

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  • Junior Hollann Hans spikes on the Arkansas defense.

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  • Freshman London Austin-Roark eared three points for the Aggies.

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  • Fans get involved with activities like “find the volleyball” and raffles.

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  • Freshman Taylor Voss digs a powerful slam from Arkansas.

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  • Texas A&M defeated Arkansas 25-23 in all three sets.

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  • Sophomore Makena Patterson after a powerful slam against Arkansas.

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  • Junior Brookah Palmer earned 14 points for the Aggies against Arkansas.

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  • Junior Hollann Hans and senior Amy Houser encourage freshman Allison Fields during the game against Arkansas.

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  • Senior Amy Houser led the Aggies to 54 digs as she earned 19 on her own.

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  • Sophomore Makena Patterson led the Aggies to their victory over Arkansas with 15 points, 13 kills, and four block assists.

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  • Fans yell chants like ‘net’ to throw the opposing team off their game.

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  • Freshman Allison Fields played in all three sets and earned 11 digs against Arkansas.

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  • Junior Hollann Hans earned five kills and seven digs against Arkansas.

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  • Head Coach Laura “Bird” Kuhn was hired in December of 2017 to coach the volleyball team.

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  • Arkansas had over nine blocks against Texas A&M who earned seven team blocks. 

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  • Texas A&M improves their team record to 8-5 while they begin 1-0 in SEC play.

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  • Aggie volleyball will be back Sunday, Sept. 23 when they take on SEC rival Georgia in Reed Arena.

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