Kentucky and South Carolina remained on top of the SEC standings after sweeps Friday night, while Georgia and Tennessee each registered their second win of the league season.
Fresh off the its first 2-0 start to SEC play since 2008, the South Carolina volleyball team heads on the road for a pair of matches this weekend.
Texas A&M junior Hollann Hans served up eight aces in the Aggies’ five-set win over Georgia, setting a school match record and Reed Arena record.
The home team won three of the four SEC openers on Friday night, with Tennessee upsetting Auburn in four sets as the lone exception.
Florida and Kentucky were picked as favorites win the SEC, but Alabama’s surprise start has the Crimson Tide in the conversation. Missouri and Texas A&M opener league play with wins on Wednesday.
South Carolina claimed the title at its own Gamecock Invitational with a historic and momentous sweep of rival Clemson, marking the program’s 800th victory.
Florida and Kentucky should do battle at the top once again with some other sleepers to keep an eye on in the SEC.
Leah Edmond is one of three Kentucky players on the Preseason All-SEC team as the Wildcats are the early pick to win the league.
South Carolina’s volleyball team snapped a three-match losing streak with a 3-1 win over Alabama Friday night (20-25, 25-22, 25-23, 26-24).
The South Carolina volleyball team will travel for a pair of weekend road matches, facing Tennessee Friday night and No. 6 Kentucky on Sundayafternoon.