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The Cornerstone volleyball squad returns to the court for a conference road contest at Indiana Tech on Wednesday. Head coach Ryan Campbell and his squad are currently 18-6 overall and 6-1 in the WHAC. With league ending on November 2 against Davenport, the Golden Eagles are third in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference behind undefeated No. 18 Madonna.
The Golden Eagles enter Wednesday coming off a tough weekend at the USF Big Guns Classic. The squad faced Trinity International, Saint Francis, Ashford, and Saint Ambrose. After the 2-2 result, the squad is eager to return to conference play.
How to Follow the Golden Eagles
Live audio powered by Stretch Internet will be available for Wednesday night's game on www.indianatech.edu/athletics, by clicking the appropriate links on the volleyball schedule/results panel.
Indiana Tech Scouting Report
Indiana Tech enters Wednesday night following right behind Cornerstone in the WHAC standings. The Warriors hold a 17-9 overall record while posting 6-1 in conference play. The squad has faced nine nationally ranked opponents in the 2012 campaign going 3-6. Highlighting the tough season, the Warriors posted wins against No. 18 Indiana East, Saint Xavier (RV), and Grace (RV). Four Warriors have each posted 100 kills or more led by Kelsey Cox (271) and Stacy Nagy (239). Cox leads all players in the WHAC with her .384 hitting percentage. Darcie Faylor has led the defensive side with 404 digs.
Golden Eagle Quick Hits
-Cornerstone dropped in the NAIA National Rankings to RV in this week's poll.
-The Golden Eagles climbed one spot in the WHAC with a 6-1 record and are now 3rd in the conference.
-Since the Campbell era, the Golden Eagles are 0-6 against the Warriors of Indiana Tech.
-The squad is coming off a 2-2 record at the USF Big Guns Classic.
-After Wednesday, Cornerstone will host a 5 match stretch.
-Cornerstone will host the Aquinas/Cornerstone Classic on Oct. 24 & 26.
-The Golden Eagles are ranked 15th in the Nation for Kills per Game (13.530).
-The Golden Eagles are ranked 15th in the Nation for Assists per Game (12.360).
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