• Thursday, Oct 30
    Tougaloo at
    3
    Rust College
    0
  • Thursday, Oct 30
    Dillard at
    0
    Spring Hill
    3
  • Thursday, Oct 30
    Fisk University at
    3
    Talladega
    1
  • Thursday, Oct 30
    SUNO at
    0
    Xavier
    3
  • Tuesday, Oct 28
    Edward Waters at
    3
    Brewton-Parker
    1
  • Tuesday, Oct 28
    Pensacola Christian at
    3
    Dillard
    0
  • Monday, Oct 27
    Xavier at
    3
    Edward Waters
    0
  • Monday, Oct 27
    Tougaloo at
    0
    Talladega
    3
  • Monday, Oct 27
    Philander Smith at
    0
    SUNO
    3
  • Sunday, Oct 26
    Xavier at
    3
    Voorhees
    0
  • Saturday, Oct 25
    Philander Smith at
    3
    Tougaloo
    1
  • Saturday, Oct 25
    Dillard at
    3
    Edward Waters
    1
  • Saturday, Oct 25
    Talladega at
    0
    SUNO
    3
  • Friday, Oct 24
    Voorhees at
    0
    Edward Waters
    3
  • Friday, Oct 24
    Dillard at
    3
    Voorhees
    0
    game will be played in Jacksonville at Edward Waters College
  • Thursday, Oct 23
    Livingstone College vs
    3
    Voorhees
    0
  • Thursday, Oct 23
    Talladega at
    1
    Fisk University
    3
  • Thursday, Oct 23
    Crowley's Ridge College at
    0
    Philander Smith
    3
  • Wednesday, Oct 22
    Dillard at
    0
    SUNO
    3
  • Wednesday, Oct 22
    Mississippi Valley State at
    3
    Tougaloo
    1
Volleyball
Volleyball - Tue, Sep. 11, 2012
NEW ORLEANS -- Sha Sha Buchanan's 12 kills and Meredith Donald's 21 digs Tuesday led Spring Hill to a 35-33, 25-18, 25-14 women's volleyball victory against Xavier University at The Barn.

The Badgers (9-3) are 12-0 all-time against the Gold Nuggets (5-3). They swept Xavier for the eighth consecutive time.
  
Taylor Reuther had 10 kills and Chinedu Echebelem nine for Xavier, whose five-match win streak ended. This was the Nuggets' home opener.

Xavier saved seven set points and Spring Hill five in the opening set. The Badgers scored the final two points on a Reuther service error and a Taryn Nash kill. The Nuggets trailed 21-15 and 24-21 and never led until Moira Kirk's ace made it 27-26. That was the first of four lead changes in the final 16 rallies.

Spring Hill rolled to leads of 8-1 in the second set and 15-5 in the third.

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