OPSU Volleyball Texas- Bound

By Justine Gaskamp on 11/06/2013 Aggie Volleyball looking for two conference wins in Texas.—Sage Fischer photoAggie Volleyball looking for two conference wins in Texas.—Sage Fischer photo Goodwell, Okla.—With a long road trip ahead of them, the Oklahoma Panhandle State University volleyball team hopes to haul back a few wins from the Lone Star State.

The Aggies (4-23) first head towards the border for a conference match-up with Texas A&M International University (2-21) on Friday, Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. in Laredo, Texas. The Dustdevils have won one conference game, while the Aggies are still looking for their first Heartland victory. The team then stops off in San Antonio on Saturday, Nov. 9 for a Noon game against St. Mary's University; the Rattlers are currently ranked fifth with an 8-6 conference record.

Both games will offer live stats and video coverage; links can be found on the OPSU Aggie Athletics website on the volleyball schedule page. Good luck and safe travels to our Aggies!


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