TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – Florida State Volleyball capped its weekend of dominance by taking down Louisiana, 3-0 (25-12, 25-16, 25-14), on Saturday at Tully Gym. FSU is now 5-0 in the spring season.
“I feel really good about the way we played this weekend,” FSU head coach Chris Poole said. “We are still improving and getting better every week. We were able to play everyone over the weekend and that gave all of our players a great experience. Really proud of the way the players stepped up and handled any adversity by focusing on the next play.”
Junior middle blocker Marissa Stockman surely was focused on Saturday, totaling a career-high eight blocks in the sweep over the Ragin Cajuns (17-8). In three sets, the Seminoles (6-3, 3-3) piled up 13 team blocks compared to five by Louisiana.
Senior outside hitter Jasmyn Martin contributed 10.5 points in the fine effort, hitting .300 with nine kills in 20 swings. Martin also added nine digs and contributed with three blocks of her own in the victory.
Redshirt sophomore outside hitter Morgan Chacon also had nine kills in 20 swings and posted a .300 attack percentage. Chacon recorded three digs in the contest.
Redshirt senior setter Olivia Dailey played in two of the three sets and had 16 assists, five digs, two blocks and a service ace. Lily Tessier played in the second set and ended her weekend of strong play with 10 assists and four digs.
Freshman right-side hitter Sydney Conley added four kills and a .444 hitting percentage, while sophomore middle blocker Emma Clothier posted five kills in five swings.
FSU’s solid defensive play held Louisiana to a -.072 hitting percentage, with the Ragin’ Cajuns totaling more errors (26) than kills (19). FSU hit .275 in the match.