Photo: ASU Volleyball defeat FAU Owls, lose to FIU Golden Panthers in conference play
The Lady Red Wolves opened conference play this weekend against Florida Atlantic Saturday and Florida International on Sunday.
ASU defeated FAU 23-25, 25-22, 29-27, 25-17 giving the Red Wolves its first victory in conference. Jasmine Terry and Marie Hadar led ASU with 14 kills each, while Kelsie Hodges added 12. Allison Kearney had 44 assists, 14 digs and four kills.
After taking the victory at FAU, the Red Wolves would fall short to the FIU Panthers Sunday.
According to a press release head coach David Rehr said, We just didnt have a very good performance today, The key for us will be to get back at during practice and prepare for a pair of very tough matches next week at home.
ASU will be back at home Friday, Sept 28 at the HPESS to take on North Texas.
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