SAN ANTONIO — The UTSA volleyball team will hit the road this week as they travel to Denton, Texas, with American Athletic Conference contests awaiting against North Texas on Friday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. inside the North Texas Volleyball Center.
The Roadrunners (8-10, 1-6 AAC) will look to get back in the win column after dropping a pair of contests to USF and Temple last time out.
Sophomore Caroline Krueger was the squad's leader in kills, issuing 16 across eight sets and recording 4 blocks for a team-high 22.0 points.
Defensively, sophomore Katelyn Krienke and senior Alicia Coppedge left their mark, each boasting eight blocks, while classmate Aliah Giroux totaled 30 digs, allowing her to eclipse the 1,000-career threshold.
Meanwhile, the Mean Green (10-10, 4-3 AAC) split, first sweeping UAB before falling in four sets to East Carolina. UNT now holds steady at the middle of the pack, sitting seventh out of 14 American Athletic Conference programs.
Despite the .500 record, UNT ranks atop the AAC in both team assists with 933, and team kills at 986, slotting them fourth and ninth nationally.
Ceci Harness and Kamryn Scroggins have set the table for the Mean Green, with Harness posting 441 assists and Scroggins 364.
UNT maintains a .228 hitting percentage as a team, while Treyaunna Rush tops the squad in kills, logging 210. Ranking second, Truli Levy has posted 136, and Sh'Diamond Holly third at 134.
Levy also paces the Mean Green in blocks per set with 71, while Aleeyah Galderia has dug a squad-best 289 of the opposition's attacks.