Senior day for USF volleyball

Posted: November 22, 2015 in Volleyball
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It is senior day for USF volleyball as Coach Draper and her staff honor the three seniors that are suiting up for the last time as Bulls in the Corral. Let’s honor the three seniors in this final home match. 

#8 – Wylie Devlin – 5’7″ – Defensive specialist/libero – Winter Park, FL (Winter Park HS)

Delvin has been a veteran on the court for the Bulls over the past 4 years. Entering the 2015 season, she had played in 324 sets, totaling 1356 career assists (4.19 assist per set), 35 service aces, and 701 digs (995 is 13th all time) (2.18 digs per set). This year, she has played in 104 sets, recording 2 kills, 38 assists, 9 service aces, and 472 digs. She has been a great and reliable defender for the Bulls over the past 4 years of her career.

#18 – Olha “Olga” Morekhodova – 5’9″ – Setter – Key West, FL (Key West HS) (Indian River State College)

Morekhodova is in her second year after coming out of the junior college ranks. In 2014, she totaled 121 assists (3.56 assists per set) in 34 matches played, and totaled 2 service aces and 51 digs (1.50 digs per set) as the key reserve setter for the Bulls. This year, she has played in 7 sets, recording 28 assists, and 3 digs in limited playing time. She has been a veteran leader for her team in just two short seasons for USF.

#13 – Natalia Soares – 5’7″ – Setter – Porte Alegre, Brazil (Colegio Farroupilha)

Soares has played in 346 career sets entering the 2015 season. In that time she totaled 1973 assists (5.70 assists per set), which ranks 8th all time prior to the 2015 season. She has also totaled 66 aces and 567 digs (1.64 digs per set), working most of her career as the primary setter for the Bulls. This year, she has played in 70 sets, recording 8 kills, 282 assists, 10 service aces, and 120 digs. She has been one of the two starting setters this year and has put her name down in the USF history books.

Thank you seniors for all of the great memories over the past few years. USF is forever thankful for your hard work on the court.

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