The Lady Govs played at home on Tuesday, October 25 against Alabama A&M. reported that APSU snagged another three set victory (25-14, 25-20, 25-11), which put them at 19-8 on the season.

The first set was taken over by APSU’s offense, which posted 20 kills to kick off the match. Junior Ashley Slay had five of those kills, and sophomore Kaylee Taff followed close behind with four.

Head Coach Taylor Mott decided to give a few inexperienced players the chance to get some playing time in the second set. Because of the nerves of new players, the Bulldogs clutched a 6-2 lead. The Lady Govs recovered quickly, and used a five-point run to tie the set. The Lady Govs grabbed a solid lead at 24-19 and seized set two.

The Lady Govs started off the third and final set with 12 straight points. Four of these pointed were earned from four service aces produced from senior Sammie Ebright. APSU snatched the lead and never looked back.

The Lady Govs had 50 kills in this match. Taff lead the team with 10, and Ebright and Christina White had eight at the end of the match.

APSU also had an impressive 11 aces in the match, and seven of those were in the final set.

The Lady Govs next match will be against UT Martin at Martin on Friday, October 28.