3 Scorpions Named to All-Region Team
|Joanna Knight||Greta Billerbeck||Katie Japp|
Posted November 25, 2006
Scorpion libero Joanna Knight was named the Defensive Player of the Year in the NAIA Region VI for 2006.
Knight, who is from Denton, Texas, was also named to the first team of the All-Region VI team. Middle blocker Greta Billerbeck and outside hitter Katie Japp were named to the second team.
Knight led the region in digs with 824 in 116 games played for a 7.1 DPG average. She received the defensive honor also for her efficiency passing the volleyball after an opponent attack. Out of 670 total passing attempts, she committed only 29 passing errors for a 95.7% average. Full story
Knight Named Region VI Defensive Player of the Week
Posted October 18, 2006
Scorpion libero Joanna Knight received the Red River Athletic Conference Women’s Volleyball Libero of the Week award for the dates of October 9-15.
Knight, a junior libero from Denton, supplied 115 digs to fuel UTB/TSC’s defensive effort in a 3-1 week in addition to committing just two receiving errors in 98 total passing attempts. More
Knight Named RRAC Defensive Player of the Week
Posted October 4, 2006
Junior libero Joanna Knight has been named the Red River Athletic Conference Women's Volleyball Libero of the Week for the dates of Sept. 25-Oct. 1.
Jessica Barrera of Houston Baptist University (Texas) was named Player of the Week, while HBU’s Natalie Magat was picked as the Setter of the Week. More
Scorpions Sweep CSW for 3rd Straight Win
Posted September 30, 2006
The UTB/TSC women's volleyball team capped off a 3-0 week with a 3-0 victory over College of the Southwest Saturday at the Manuel Garza B. Gymnasium.
The Scorpions won, 31-29, 30-16, 30-25, in the non-conference match. The two teams played a Red River Athletic Conference match Friday, with UTB/TSC also winning that one in five games, 30-23, 22-30, 22-30, 30-17, and 19-17. More
Scorpions Down CSW in 5 Thrilling Games
Posted September 29, 2006
The UTB/TSC women's volleyball team won an exciting deciding fifth game, 19-17, to take the match victory over College of the Southwest Friday night at the Manuel Garza B. Gymnasium.
The victory keeps the Scorpions atop the Red River Athletic Conference standings with a 3-0 record. The two teams play again at 11 a.m. Saturday in a non-conference match. More
Scorpion Volleyball Team Home for Weekend
Posted September 28, 2006
The UTB/TSC women's volleyball team hosts College of the Southwest from Hobbs, N.M. in two matches Friday and Saturday at the Manuel Garza B. Gymnasium.
The Friday match begins at 7 p.m. and is a Red River Athletic Conference match. The two teams play again at 11 a.m. Saturday, but is a non-conference match. More
Scorpions Down Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Posted September 25, 2006
The UTB/TSC women's volleyball team was inspired by a boisterous crowd of 350 people to defeat Texas A&M University-Kingsville, 30-28, 26-30, 30-26, 30-28, Monday night at the Manuel Garza B. Gymnasium.
It was believed to be the first visit to Brownsville for TAMUK (formerly Texas A&I University) since the Javelina "B" team played Texas Southmost College in football in 1950. More
Scorpions Embark on Long Road Trip
Posted September 20, 2006
The Scorpions women's volleyball team takes to the road for the first of two long road trips when they compete in the NAIA Region VI Challenge Thursday through Saturday, September 21-23 in Lubbock and Plainview.
UTB/TSC stands tied for first place with Texas College in Red River Athletic Conference play with a 2-0 record. This week's matches are non-conference. Overall, the Scorpions are 5-6. More
Scorpions Win First 2 Conference Openers
UTB/TSC started its Red River Athletics Conference competition successfully Saturday, and thus is is tied for first place in the RRAC.
The women's volleyball team defeated Wiley, 30-16, 30-13, 30-18 before a crowd of 380 at the Manuel Garza B. Gymnasium Saturday, September 16. More
The Scorpion Volleyball team started out strong in two matches, but eventually dropped two decisions to NCAA Division II schools Texas A&M International University and host Texas A&M University-Kingsville at its Labor Day Classic at the Steinke Center September 1-2.
UTB/TSC finished the tournament with a 0-4 record, and is now 3-5 in its first season in the NAIA. More