The Bronchos are 12-16 overall and 7-9 in the MIAA after losing their last three matches. UCO had a chance to get back on the winning side of the court Tuesday when they traveled to play Pittsburg State. The biggest advantage that the Bronchos have on the season box score is in blocks, where they average 2.3 per set and allow 2.0.
Morgan Ray and Barbara Jackson are the key hitters for UCO. Roy has recorded 1,189 attack attempts on the season, with 384 landing for kills. She also added 15 service aces and 309 digs. Jackson is hitting at a .159 (228k-108e-756ta) pace and has 56 (9-47) blocks.
The Lady Tigers and UCO have met twice already this season, with one match on a neutral court and the other in Ada. The Bronchos earned wins in both of those meetings. Junior Danielle Essix has had the most success against UCO, with a .311 (19k-5e-45ta) hitting percentage and 19 digs. Booth has tallied 20 kills. Roy and Juliette Smith are the top producers for the Bronchos. Roy has hit .362 (24k-3e-58ta), and Smith adds a .375 (15k-3e-32ta) hitting mark and 17 (4-13) blocks.
After Saturday’s match the Lady Tigers will prepare for the 2012 GAC Championship Tournament, Nov. 15-17 hosted by Harding University.
Reagan and Hummel Named to
GAC Soccer All-Tournament Team
WEATHERFORD – East Central University women’s soccer seniors senior Andi Regan and Molly Hummel both earned 2012 Great American Conference All-Tournament Honors. The duo were two of 12 players from across the conference to be named to the team.
Reagan and Hummel earned the honors Sunday after the GAC Championship match. The Lady Tigers saw their season come to an end in the GAC Semifinals, with a 0-1 loss to Ouachita Baptist last Friday.
ECU finished the season with a 4-11-4 overall record and a 4-4-2 mark in the GAC.
2012 GAC WOMEN’S SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP