North Carolina A&T plays in its first postseason match in school history against Troy Friday afternoon in Atlanta in the first round of the National Invitational Volleyball Championship.
The winner of the Aggies and Troy faces the winner of host Georgia Tech and Alabama A&M Saturday at 7 p.m., in the second round. Tech and AAMU square off Friday at 7 p.m.
First-team All-MEAC outside hitter Courteney Pitt still ranks fourth in the MEAC in kills per set (3.41) and she averages 1.51 digs. MEAC co-player of the year and first-team setter Edie Brewer ranks seventh in the MEAC in assists per set (5.74) and eighth in kills (2.79) and hitting percentage (.268). She is also averaging 2.51 digs and 0.64 blocks per set. She also leads the MEAC with eight triple-doubles.
Sophomore libero Andrea Laboy-is third in the league in digs per set (4.27) while sophomore middle blocker Shaylynn Hall leads the conference in blocks per set (1.10).
In conference play only, Pitt is averaging 3.20 kills while Brewer is averaging 5.62 assists, 2.64 kills, 2.49 digs and 0.81 blocks while hitting. 275. Laboy-Rivera is averaging 4.23 digs in conference play and Hall is averaging 1.27 blocks.
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