Ferris volleyball swept all three games in their Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Tournament run.
The Bulldogs are GLIAC Tournament Champions for a fifth-straight year after a 3-0 sweep of the Davenport University Panthers Saturday, Nov. 10. The Bulldogs defeated the Panthers in three sets, bringing in a total of 49 kills and 134 total attacks.
Over the three-day tournament, Ferris junior outside setter Allyson Cappel lead the team with a total of 34 kills, 83 total attacks and 27 digs. Ferris sophomore outside hitter Katie O’Connell was also a big help with 13 kills and 34 total attacks in the Championship game against Davenport, totaling 35 kills and 81 total attacks on the weekend.
The Bulldogs now head to the NCAA tournament Thursday, Nov. 15. The time and opponent has not yet been determined.
The Ferris men’s basketball team is ofcially underway in the 2018-19 season.
The Bulldogs are 3-1 after four straight road games, the most recent coming in the GLIAC/GMAC Crossover Challenge in West Virginia.
Ferris played in two games against West Virginia schools and came out with the victory in each. They first got an 89-70 against Davis & Elkins College Saturday, Nov. 10, and a 76-74 victory over Alderson-Broaddus University Sunday, Nov. 11.
Ferris junior point guard D’Angelo Hughes brought in most of the teams’ points throughout the weekend, bringing in 18 during both games. Junior wing Greg Williams brought in 11 points during the game against Davis & Elkins while junior post Cole Walker brought in 14 points against Alderson-Broaddus.
The Bulldogs are set to play 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, at Hillsdale University.