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Women go 2-1 in tournament, prepare for conference play


Over the weekend, the Lady Mustangs beat the College of Charleston 3-1, lost to Ball State 3-1 before finishing off the Charleston Classic with a win over Alabama A&M; 3-0.

After falling behind Charleston 1-0 early, SMU went on to win three straight sets behind Caroline Young’s match-high 18 kills and nine digs.

SMU’s Maddie Lozano tallied 13 kills, first-year Morgan Heise added a season-high 18 digs and Avery Acker finished with 44 assists.

Young continued her success during the second day of the tournament and finished with 48 kills and all-tournament honors. She hit .257 for the weekend and has now recorded 10 plus kills in six straight matches.

Acker joined Young on the all-conference team with 115 total assists including 33 in the final match against Alabama A&M.;

SMU sits at 8-5 heading into American Athletic Conference play on Friday when the Mustangs will face Connecticut. The match is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. CT. The Lady Mustangs will return to The Hilltop on Oct. 4 to host Louisville.

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