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Volleyball Drops Match at South Carolina

by Chelsey Chamberlain
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Volleyball Drops Match at South Carolina

COLUMBIA, S.C. – The LSU volleyball dropped its match at South Carolina on Sunday afternoon by scores of 19-25, 22-25, 19-25. The Tigers are now 5-8 on the year and 0-2 in the SEC. South Carolina improves to 11-1 on the season and 2-0 in league play. 

Taylor Bannister led the Tigers with a match-high 12 kills. Lindsay Flory finished with a team-high 13 assists and a team-leading nine digs. 


  • The Tigers return home for two matches next week, taking on Florida at 7 p.m. Wednesday evening. LSU will face Texas A&M on Sunday in the PMAC at 1 p.m. Wednesday’s match will air on SEC Network with Sunday’s match streaming on SEC Network+.  


  • After trailing the Gamecocks 5-0, LSU worked their way back to come within two, 10-8 after a couple of South Carolina miscues.
  • The Tigers forced South Carolina to take a timeout as the Tigers tied up the 13-13. But South Carolina went on a 3-0 run to push to a 18-14 lead and force the Tigers to take time.
  • LSU came within three, 22-19, on a Bannister kill, but South Carolina went on to score the three final points of the set, claiming the first 25-19.
  • The Tigers hit .074 to South Carolina’s .387 hitting percentage. Bannister led the Tigers with four kills, while Jacqui Armer pitched in two on the set.
  • LSU opened up the second set with a 7-4 lead after back-to-back over pass kills by Whitney Foreman and Milan Stokes.
  • South Carolina worked its way back and tied the set up at 8-8. The two teams went point-for-point until the media timeout when the Tigers took a 15-14 lead after a kill by Foreman.
  • The Tigers forced the Gamecocks to take a timeout after scoring back-to-back points on a Gamecock attacking error and a block by Armer and Stokes, taking a 19-16 lead.
  • South Carolina worked its way back to come within one, 20-19, forcing the Tigers to use its first timeout. The Gamecocks tied up the set at 22-22 and the Tigers used their second time out of the set.
  • The Gamecocks scored three-straight points out of the timeout to claim the second set, 25-22. The Tigers hit .069 for the set, getting nine kills on 29 attacks. Bannister led the Tigers with three kills.
  • Back-to-back kills from Stokes and Bannister put the Tigers up 7-6 in the third set, but South Carolina took a 12-9 lead after a 6-2 run. The Gamecocks pushed to a 15-11 lead into the media timeout.
  • The Gamecocks went ahead 20-14 lead, forcing the Tigers to use their final timeout of the set.
  • The Tigers held off the Gamecocks for three match points, but South Carolina claimed the third and final set, 25-19.
  • The Tigers had their best hitting percentage of the match in the third set of .161, getting 12 kills on 31 attacks.


  • Bannister’s 12 kills led the Tigers for the 13th-straight match this season. It’s her 12th match in double-digits.
  • Flory’s nine digs led the Tigers and it was the first match leading the team in the dig category.
  • The Tigers out-blocked the Bulldogs 6.0-5.0. Whitney Foreman led the Tigers with four blocks.

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