Teresa Craig, a member of the Golden Eagle volleyball team who graduated recently with a 4.0 grade point average and is heading to Law School at Michigan State University, has been chosen as Tennessee Tech's 2010 NCAA Woman of the Year.
The Tennessee Tech volleyball roster grew by two when head coach John Blair announced the signing of Natalie Penrod and Elizabeth Robertson last week. The pair joins Allison May in Techs most recent signing class.
Tennessee Tech's Teresa Craig, a senior on the Golden Eagle volleyball team, has been chosen as one of six individuals in the Ohio Valley Conference to receive its prestigious Scholar-Athlete Award for 2008-09.
Four Golden Eagles finished with double-digit kills on Thursday evening, but it was not enough as the fifth-seed Tennessee Tech volleyball team fell to Murray State, 3-1 (25-23, 25-21, 23-25, 25-16), in the quarterfinals of the OVC Championships.
Junior Leah Meffert, senior Katie Kenline and freshman Kelsey Gray have been recognized by the Ohio Valley Conference for their individual play during the 2009 season by earning all-OVC honors on the volleyball court.
The Tennessee Tech volleyball team qualified for the OVC Tournament with a fifth place conference finish in the regular season and will begin play at the post-season conference tournament on Thursday in Jacksonville, Alabama.
The Golden Eagle volleyball team had nothing to lose Saturday afternoon at Eastern Kentucky, and even though they dropped a 3-1 decision they will head to the OVC Tournament later this week as the No. 5 seed.
The Tennessee Tech volleyball team got off to the right start against Morehead State on Friday beating the Eagles 25-18 in the first set, but Morehead State stormed back and took the next three sets, winning 25-11, 25-15, 25-17 to top the Golden Eagles 3-1.
The Tennessee Tech volleyball team honored its three seniors prior to Saturday afternoons match against Austin Peay but fell just short of sending the trio off with a win in their last match at Eblen Center.
Senior Teresa Craig has been impressive both in the classroom and on the volleyball court during her career at Tech, and she recently earned Academic All-District First Team honors this season as a result.
The Tennessee Tech volleyball team pulled off a three-set sweep of Tennessee State on Friday evening. Junior Leah Meffert (photo) became a member of the prestigious 1,000/1,000 club in the third set of the match.
The Tennessee Tech volleyball team has plenty of excitement happening this weekend. The Golden Eagles will host Dig Pink night on Friday when they take on Tennessee State, and Tech will recognize its three seniors for Senior Day on Saturday against Austin Peay.
As part of the Dig Pink National Breast Cancer Awareness Rally, the Tennessee Tech volleyball team will join thousands of other high school and college teams from around the country this Friday in raising money for breast cancer research.
One day after having its five-game winning streak snapped, the Tennessee Tech volleyball team may have started another. The Golden Eagles topped UT Martin on Saturday afternoon, 3-1 (25-18, 25-27, 25-21, 25-22), in a closely contested four-set match at Skyhawk Fieldhouse.
The Tennessee Tech volleyball team extended its season-best winning streak to five straight on Saturday afternoon as the Golden Eagles defeated visiting Morehead State, 3-1 (25-22, 25-14, 18-25, 25-18), at the Eblen Center.
It was the Leah Meffert show on Friday evening as the Tennessee Tech volleyball team rolled to a three-set victory over visiting Eastern Kentucky at the Eblen Center. The Golden Eagles, who have won four consecutive matches, captured their second three-set victory of the season with scores of 25-22, 25-19, 25-17.
The Tennessee Tech volleyball team played its third five-set match in its last five matches on Saturday evening, and just like the previous two five-setters, the Golden Eagles were victorious as they defeated Southeast Missouri (22-25, 25-21, 26-24, 23-25, 15-9).
After beginning their OVC schedule with three consecutive losses, the Golden Eagles have rebounded to win four of their last five matches, including Friday evenings match against the Eastern Illinois Panthers.
The Tennessee Tech volleyball team entered Friday nights match with Austin Peay having won its last two contests, but the Golden Eagles could not find a way to make it three in a row as the Lady Governors swept TTU (25-17, 25-20, 25-16) at the Dunn Center in Clarksville, Tenn.