The Tennessee Tech volleyball team is under new direction in 2013, and the future looks bright. Head coach Dave Zelenock announced the team's schedule, featuring three tough, non-conference tournaments to prepare for Ohio Valley Conference action.
Head coach Dave Zelenock has announced that former Delaware State standout and LaSalle assistant Cassandra Joyner is the latest addition to the Tennessee Tech volleyball program. Joyner will join Zelenock and Claire Lindner on the coaching staff this fall.
New Tennessee Tech volleyball head coach Dave Zelenock announced the addition of two student-athletes Tuesday, adding setter Sharon Anderson and outside hitter Rachel Travis to the squad for the 2013 season.
Dave Zelenock, who helped reshape the landscape of Central Michigan volleyball in his six successful seasons on the Chippewa coaching staff, has been named as head volleyball coach at Tennessee Tech University.
The public is invited to attend a reception Monday afternoon in recognition of Golden Eagle volleyball coach John Blair, who is retiring from his position after nine seasons. The event begins at 3 p.m. in the Eagles Nest in Eblen Center.
Tennessee Tech volleyball coach John Blair is stepping down from his position at the helm of the Golden Eagle program. Blair’s retirement comes following his 10th season at the school and 29th year overall as a collegiate head coach.
The Tech volleyball team gave a valiant effort in their send off of three seniors Saturday night, but it wasn't enough as the Panthers clinched a 3-1 victory in the Golden Eagles final home match of the season.
Set scores for Eastern Illinois were 25-23, 19-25, 25-19 and 25-20.
The Golden Eagle volleyball team will play at home for the last time in the 2012 season Friday and Saturday in the Hooper-Eblen Center. Tech will host SIU Edwardsville Friday and face Eastern Illinois on Saturday, while celebrating the careers of its three seniors.
Senior Kelsey Gray caught the attention of the conference and revealed why she is the best blocker in the OVC when she turned in a 2.54 block per set performance over the weekend. Gray's spectacular play at the net snagged the senior Defensive Player of the Week honors.
The Golden Eagles jumped to an early 2-1 lead in the match, but the Colonels came back to win the match 3-2 Saturday on their home court. The Golden Eagles outblocked the Colonels 18 blocks to eight, and out swung the Eastern Kentucky .148 to .129 but it wasn't enough.
The Golden Eagle volleyball team will get a second chance at the Belmont Bruins and the Tennessee State Tigers this season. Both teams travel to Cookeville Friday and Saturday in Ohio Valley Conference action.
The Tennessee Tech volleyball team faced Belmont for the first time in Ohio Valley Conference action, and fell to the Bruins in three sets Saturday afternoon. Set scores for the Bruins were 25-14, 25-17, 25-23.
The Golden Eagle volleyball team heads to Nashville for two conference matches this weekend. Tech will take on Tennessee State Friday night and then face the newest addition to the Ohio Valley Conference, Belmont Saturday afternoon.