Volleyball Shining Statistically in American Conference



Sept. 24, 2013

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By Andrew Jennette

ORLANDO, Florida (UCFKnights.com) - With non-conference action now finished and league play on the horizon, let’s take a look at how UCF compares to other squads in the American Athletic Conference in team and individual stat rankings.

Offensively the Knights have been the class of The American, hitting .277 as a team and topping second-place SMU by 4.4%. The other area the Black and Gold has really shined is in serve receive. UCF has allowed a conference-low 43 aces in 53 sets played.

Team Statistics
1st in Attack Percentage .277
1st in opposing aces 0.83/set
2nd in assists 12.60/set
2nd in kills 13.31/set
2nd in blocks 2.25/set
2nd in blocks against 1.98/set
2nd in opposing digs 11.46/set
4th in Opponent Percentage .181 

Individually, the Knights are getting elite performances from junior DeLaina Sarden and senior Angelica Crump to go along with strong complimentary work from juniors Loren Cory, Marie Reiterova and Kaye-Alese Green. Sarden leads the league with a .454 attack percentage which is also good enough for 10th in the country. Crump’s 3.94 kills per set lead The American and also give her a top-50 mark in the nation. Reiterova has been the maestro of the UCF offense as her 11.60 assists per set rank her 11th in Division I.

Attack Percentage
1. Sarden .454
7. Crump .274
9. Cory .270 

Kills per Set
1. Crump 3.94
4. Sarden 3.52 

Assists per Set
1. Reiterova 11.60 

Aces per Set
9. Foyer 0.30 

Blocks per Set
5. Green 1.06 

Digs per Set
6. Hayes 3.98 



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