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Volleyball Travels to Earlham on Wednesday at 7:30 PM

Volleyball Travels to Earlham on Wednesday at 7:30 PM

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology hosts Mount St. Joseph in a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference matchup on Wednesday night at Hulbert Arena.  


Rose-Hulman News & Notes (17-11, 5-2 HCAC)

* Rose-Hulman needs one victory in its final two matches to secure a bid to the six-team HCAC Tournament. 
* Two Rose-Hulman wins would guarantee either a first-round tournament bye or a first-round home game on Wednesday Nov. 1.  
* Senior Gabi Razma has twice been named HCAC Defensive Player of the Week and is the career school record holder with 2,590 digs.
* Junior Bailey MacInnis has crossed 20 kills in a match twice this season, including the second-most in a match in program history vs. Bluffton (26).
* Senior Mackenzie Gossard ranks No. 2 in school history with 271 block assists and stands No. 6 with 309 total blocks entering the upcoming contest. 
* Sophomore Katie Orbeta has recorded five triple-doubles for kills-assists-digs this season.  She accomplished the feat twice last week against Mount St. Joseph and Hanover.
* The Fightin' Engineers have defeated two nationally ranked opponents this season - No. 8 Millikin University and No. 20 Hendrix College.

Earlham (15-10, 3-4 HCAC)

* Earlham is having its best season as a member of the HCAC with a 3-4 record in conference play.  The Quakers still have a realistic chance to qualify for the six-team HCAC Tournament.
* Earlham has picked up conference wins over Manchester, Franklin and Anderson this season.
* Freshmen Julia Stewart (292 kills) and Carly Federinko (249 kills) have led the Earlham statistics.  Other leaders include 984 assists from Lauren Jackson and 499 digs from Megan Hedinger.

Series History

* Rose-Hulman leads Earlham 18-6 overall a 7-0 in HCAC play.  The Fightin' Engineers have won 11 straight matches in the series.