Wildcats to Host Ohio State During Coaches' Clinic
April 11, 2014
LEXINGTON, Ky. - The Kentucky volleyball team is set to once again host its annual coaches' clinic in Memorial Coliseum April 11-12. Highlighting the weekend-long tutorial on coaching philosophies, drills and techniques the UK volleyball team will host Ohio State in exhibition competition to conclude the weekend. Match time is tentatively scheduled for 2:30 p.m. ET.
UK is in the midst of its four-week spring schedule and will host Ohio State in its lone home competition of the spring on Saturday.
"We are excited to have former Olympian and national champion coach, Ping Cao, join our clinic staff this weekend," UK coach Craig Skinner said. "He is a great addition to our clinic and will complement our staff instructing various philosophies, training exercises and drills. Capping off the weekend with a home match against Ohio State is exciting as well. The match will provide a unique look into high powered volleyball programs competing in an exhibition contest."
For a detailed schedule of events for the coaches' clinic please visit UKathletics.com.
Through two weeks of spring competition thus far the Wildcats have been impressive. UK has garnered a 5-0-1 record thus far and dropped just one set of competition in its second week of play.
Freshman Anni Thomasson led UK with 28 kills on .339 hitting in UK's last competition. Junior Lauren O'Conner had 22 kills on a .245 hitting clip, while sophomore Shelby Workman registered 17 kills. Freshman Emily Franklin charted a .615 hitting percentage on eight kills.
Sophomore setter Morgan Bergren and junior setter Alyssa Gergins guided the Wildcats to a .286 team hitting percentage with 84 kills. UK's defense stifled opponents into a .167 hitting clip in six sets of competition.
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