In 13 seasons at the helm of the Rollins volleyball program, Head Coach Sindee Snow has amassed a record of 250-187.
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The Rollins volleyball team concluded the GSC/SSC Crossover with a 3-1 (16-25, 25-23, 25-18, 25-16) victory over the Shorter Hawks Saturday evening. With the win, head coach Sindee Snow captured her 250 career victory.
In 13 seasons at the helm of the volleyball program, Snow has amassed a record of 250-187. She captured her 200 career victory back in September of 2011 in a home win over Saint Leo.
Rollins is now undefeated in 2013 road tournaments with a record of 11-0.
In the final tournament of the weekend, Rollins came up short in the first set as the Tars dropped a 25-16 decision. With eight ties and four lead changes, Rollins fell behind after a 12-all tie.
The Tars turned things around in the second set as they won 25-23. Rollins came from behind and evened the score at 11-all on a kill by Camille Indest. The Tars slowly pulled away to even the match.
Rollins cruised by in the final two set as they won 25-18 in the third and 25-16 in the fourth. The Tars now improve to 17-4 overall.
Camille Indest led the Tars offense with 17 kills, to go along with four blocks. Kate Stefanski had a career day with a season-best 13 kills.
Junior Collyn Welsch recorded her second 30-dig match and third overall match of 30+ digs. April Jackson recorded 47 of the Tars’ 56 total assists.
Jasmine Cook was the Hawks’ top performer with 15 kills, while Tanequa Whitman totaled 20 digs.
Rollins will return to Sunshine State Conference action on Wednesday, October 23, as they host No. 3 Tampa in their annual Dig Pink event. First serve is set for 7 p.m. Fans can follow the action live on the Tars Sports Network at RollinsSports.com.