Clinton, S.C. – The Presbyterian College volleyball team will now host a pair of matches on Friday, as the originally scheduled tri-match has been altered because of Hurricane Florence. The Blue Hose will face Georgia State at 3:00 p.m. and will take on Davidson at 7:30 p.m.

The Blue Hose defeated Wofford in an exciting five set match on Tuesday night. Sophomore Sydney De Jong and freshman Erin Cooke led the Blue Hose offensively with 14 and 13 kills, respectively. Cooke leads the team with 84 kills on the season and De Jong is second with 73. Senior Jaclyn Brewington collected the 1000th assist of her career at PC on Tuesday, tallying 22 assists on the night. Sophomore Sierra Jones led the Blue Hose with 25 assists against Wofford and leads the team with 168 helpers in 2018.

Georgia State is 2-7 to begin the 2018 season. Last weekend, the Panthers hosted the GSU Invitational and fell to Sam Houston State, Chicago State, and Ole Miss in three sets. Georgia State’s pair of wins came in their opening weekend as part of the Starkvegas Classic, where they swept Mississippi Valley State and defeated Mississippi State in four sets.

Davidson has begun their 2018 campaign 6-4. The Wildcats took part in the College of Charleston Invitational, sweeping UNC Asheville, defeating Charleston Southern and dropping their final match to host Charleston. Davidson has also swept William and Mary and Marist and defeated Charlotte and Mississippi State in five sets.

Fans can follow the match with live stats on Friday. The live stats link for the match against Georgia State can be found here. The link for the Davidson match can be found here. For Blue Hose news and updates, be sure to follow PC Volleyball, @BlueHoseVolley, on Twitter.