• Yesterday
    Dillard at
    0
    SUNO
    3
  • Yesterday
    Mississippi Valley State at
    3
    Tougaloo
    1
  • Monday, Oct 20
    Xavier at
    3
    Talladega
    0
  • Monday, Oct 20
    Voorhees at
    0
    Philander Smith
    3
  • Monday, Oct 20
    Tougaloo at
    0
    Dillard
    3
  • Saturday, Oct 18
    Tougaloo at
    0
    Xavier
    3
  • Saturday, Oct 18
    Dillard at
    3
    Talladega
    1
  • Saturday, Oct 18
    Edward Waters at
    0
    Philander Smith
    3
  • Friday, Oct 17
    Philander Smith vs
    0
    Oklahoma Wesleyan University
    3
    Lyon College Tri-Match
  • Friday, Oct 17
    LeMoyne-Owen College at
    0
    Tougaloo
    3
  • Friday, Oct 17
    Philander Smith at
    0
    Lyon College
    3
    Lyon College Tri-Match
  • Friday, Oct 17
    Voorhees vs
    0
    Johnson C. Smith Universi
    3
  • Friday, Oct 17
    Fisk University at
    3
    Tougaloo
    0
  • Thursday, Oct 16
    Miles College vs
    1
    Talladega
    3
    @Oakwood
  • Tuesday, Oct 14
    Lyon College at
    3
    Philander Smith
    2
  • Tuesday, Oct 14
    Xavier at
    0
    Mobile
    3
  • Monday, Oct 13
    SUNO at
    3
    Edward Waters
    0
  • Saturday, Oct 11
    Edward Waters at
    2
    Tougaloo
    3
  • Saturday, Oct 11
    SUNO at
    3
    Voorhees
    0
  • Saturday, Oct 11
    Concordia University at
    1
    Xavier
    3
    also Oct. 11 at Xavier: Spring Hill vs. Concordia (Mich.), 11 a.m.
Volleyball
Volleyball - Mon, Sep. 17, 2012
HOLLY SPRINGS, MS - The Southern University at New Orleans Lady Knights won all four of their contests at the Rust College Bearcats Nation volleyball tournament to extend their winning streak to seven.  SUNO only lost one game in the four matches in knocking off Rust, Tougaloo, Stillman and Victory Colleges.

"I thought that we were much more consistent than we've been all season," said SUNO Head Coach Naomi Washington.  "We played with more focus and communicated better so I was pleased to see that from the girls.  One of the biggest keys for us was that our offense is becoming less predictable.  We were very reliant on our outside hitters early on, but now our middle is really coming along and that's going to make us much tougher to defend as we move forward.  I don't think that we've reached our potential, so we're going to get in the gym and keep working as we get ready for conference play."
SUNO opens GCAC play on the road at Dillard University this Thursday before finally getting to play its home opener on Friday against Rust College.  The Lady Knights are 7-2 this season.