The Presbyterian College volleyball team returns to the Templeton Center for the final time of the 2016 season, as the Blue Hose host UNC Asheville, Tuesday, Nov. 8, in a 7 p.m., match.

In its Division I history, dating back to 2007, the Blue Hose are 5-14 against the Bulldogs, the last meeting a thrilling five-set loss earlier this season. PC earned its last win over Asheville, a 3-2 decision, during the 2014 season.

How to follow
Fans can follow all the matches through live stats at The match will also be broadcast on the Big South Network at

The Blue Hose
The Blue Hose are 4-24 overall and 2-11 in the Big South conference, and are coming off a 3-1 loss at league-leading Radford. PC is led by Sierra Davis with her 2.95 kills per set, followed by Samantha Del Toro with her 2.34. Mikayla Register leads in digs (452) and service aces (31), with Sara Rogers tops in assists with 868.

Five seniors will be honored in pre-match festivities as Halle Tripp, Mikayla Register, Sara Rogers, Samantha Del Toro, and Lena Gavin will be recognized for their PC volleyball careers.

The Opposition
UNC Asheville is 10-10, 4-5, and is led on offense by Cara Guthrie with her 3.27 kills per set, with Kailey Hackett tops in assists with 374. The digs lead is held by Madisen Zyburt with her 241.

Blue Hose Notes
• With 31 service aces this season, Mikayla Register has 95 for her career and is only five away from becoming the fourth player in PC Division I history to reach the 100-ace plateau …
Mikayla Register recently moved into second in PC’s Division I record book after becoming the third Blue Hose to eclipse the 1,000-career dig mark … She has 1,147 and ranks second …
Sara Rogers recently became the fourth Blue Hose to garner over 1,000 career assists in PC’s Division I history … She has 1,396, recently moving to third on the list.
• With her 80 attack attempts this past weekend, Halle Tripp became the seventh Blue Hose to reach the career 2000 mark … She now has 2,038.

Looking Ahead
PC next travels to Winthrop Thursday, Nov. 10, for a 7 p.m., match.