GAINESVILLE, Fla. – After leading the Gators to a straight-set victory over Texas A&M, Marlie Monserez was named SEC Setter of the Week, as the conference announced Monday. This is the fourth SEC Setter of the Week honor for Monserez and pushes her to 10 in her career.
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The 14th-ranked Florida volleyball team dropped a hard-fought four-set match to the Florida State Seminoles on Wednesday evening in Tully Gym. Florida secured the first set 26-24 after ending the frame with a 4-0 run, but FSU answered with a 25-15 victory in the second.
Primary setter for the only team in the nation to hit over .310, as the Gators hit a nation-leading .338, tying the fifth-highest hitting percentage under the current 25-point scoring format (instituted in 2008) Finished with a nation-leading 12.36 assists per set, the highest single-season average by a Gator in the 25-point scoring era
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Setter Marlie Monserez led the Gators to a .438 hitting percentage, its third-highest of the season. The senior’s pristine passing resulted in 34 assists, averaging 11.33 per set, to bring her ...
Florida volleyball (12-6, 6-2) will play Alabama (9-9, 1-5) tonight at 8 p.m. in Tuscaloosa. Star Setter. The Gators have the accomplishments of six-foot setter Marlie Monserezgoing into tonight ...
Four Gators finished the night in double-digit kills: Thayer Hall (23), Rachael Kramer (18), Holly Carlton (12) and Paige Hammons (11). Hall's 23 kills were just two shy of her career-best, while Kramer's 18 were a season-best. Marlie Monserez led the team in assists, dishing out a career-high 63 in the five-setter.
Setter Marlie Monserez accounted for all but one of the Gators’ 41 assists during the three-set sweep. Forte made her return against Georgia, and she didn’t miss a beat.