Knowledge Enterprise Development at Arizona State University issued the following announcement on Sept. 3
Riding a perfect 3-0 start to the season, Arizona State volleyball is traveling to Louisville this weekend to compete in the Fleur De Lis Tournament on Friday and Saturday, playing Western Kentucky, Tennessee Tech and No. 24 Louisville.
The Sun Devils were the only team to go undefeated at the Flo Hyman Collegiate Cup last weekend in Houston. Courtney Leffel showed up big for ASU, earning a total of 83 digs over the three matches. Her efforts earned her the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week nod, the first of her career.
ASU will participate in the Fleur De Lis Tournament, which features four teams and is hosted by Louisville. All matches will be played at L&N Federal Credit Union Arena.
Western Kentucky (3-0) | Friday, September 6, 7:30 a.m. MST
The Lady Toppers are off to a perfect start as well, winning the Toledo Blue and Gold Tournament over the weekend.
Two players, Paige Briggs and Lauren Matthews, totaled over 40 kills in the three matches, 44 and 42, respectively.
This is the second meeting between these two schools, with WKU winning the first back in 2008.
Tennessee Tech (0-3) | Friday, September 6, 2:30 p.m. MST
The Golden Eagles struggled during their first weekend, getting swept in all three matches at the Michigan Invitational.
Last season, they went 11-19, 5-11 in Ohio Valley Conference play.
This is the first meeting between ASU and Tennessee Tech in program history.
No. 24 Louisville (2-1) | Saturday, September 7, 12:30 p.m. MST
This is the second weekend in a row at home for the Cardinals after going 2-1 in the Cardinal Classic last weekend. Louisville's lone loss came at the hands of No. 10 Florida in three sets.
The Cardinals are the only non-conference team on the Sun Devils' schedule that made it to the NCAA tournament last season, advancing to the second round.
ASU trails in the all-time series history against Louisville, 2-1.
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