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Volleyball vs. Tennessee

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Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett

Texas A&M hosted the Dig Pink game where fans, players and coaches wore pink to raise breast cancer awareness.

Texas A&M volleyball played University of Tennessee in Reed Arena on Friday, Oct. 19 in the Dig Pink game, where fans were encouraged to wear pink in support of breast cancer awareness. Tennessee walked away with the victory in the fifth set. Texas A&M leaves with a 12-8 record while Tennessee improves to 15-5 on the season. 

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  • Junior Hollann Hans led her the Aggies with 22 kills against Tennessee.

    Photo by Photo by Jesse Everett
  • Junior Brookah Palmer and freshman Allison Fields collide while attempting to dig the ball. 

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  • Junior Hollann Hans had 21 digs against University of Tennessee.

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  • Sophomore Camille Connor celebrates an impressive kill by her teammates.

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  • Junior Brookah Palmer dives to keep the ball in play.

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  • Freshman Allison Fields and her team celebrate winning the first set against Tennessee.

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  • The Texas A&M Dance team performed in pink uniforms between sets.

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  • University of Tennessee won the second set by a a margin of three points.

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  • Freshman Lodon Austin-Roark and junior Hollann Hans combined for five blocks.

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  • Tennessee had more aces (7) than Texas A&M (6) in their victory at Reed Arena.

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  • Junior Hollann Hans scored 26 points for Texas A&M, nine more points than the second highest scoring Aggie. 

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  • Freshman Taylor Voss eared one ace and five digs in the loss to Tennessee.

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  • Sophomore Camille Connor had 54 of the Aggies’ 65 assists against Tennessee.

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  • Fans, athletes and coaches dressed in pink for the ‘Dig Pink’ theme.

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  • Sophomore Samantha Sanders scored all of her 11 points with kills against Tennessee.

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  • The Texas A&M volleyball team participates in a yell with the student body during the game.

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  • Senior Amy Houser falls as the ball bounces out of bounds.

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  • Sophomore Morgan Davis had 11 points, five blocks and two digs against Tennessee.

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  • Senior Amy Houser had 14 dis and seven assists for the Aggies.

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  • Junior Hollann Hans and freshman London Austin-Roark watch as senior Amy Houser saves a vital point against Tennessee.

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  • Tennessee as only able to log nine blocks against Texas A&M but pulled out to a 2-1 set lead after 3 sets.

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  • Texas A&M earned 11 blocks but allowed an attack percentage of .202 against Tennessee.

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  • Tennessee hoped to close the fourth set and end the match but Texas A&M made a stand to tie the fourth set 24-24.

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  • Texas A&M won the fourth set by a score of 26-24 on junior Brookah Palmer‘s kill, forcing a fifth tie breaker set to 15.

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  • Freshman London Austin-Roark stares down a Tennessee hitter during the tie breaker set.

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  • Head coach Laura Kuhn meets with her team before the final point of the match.

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  • University of Tennessee was able to finish the Aggies in the fifth set by a score of 15-12, claiming a victory in Aggieland.

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  • Texas A&M will play in Reed Arena next on Sunday, Oct. 21 against 15th ranked SEC rival Kentucky.

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  • Sophomore Samantha Sanders signs a fans shirt at the autograph opportunity following the matchup against Tennessee.

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