Volleyball Returns Home to Face K-State on Tuesday

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Volleyball (2-7) hosts Kansas State (6-2) on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 4 p.m. inside the Hearnes Center.

The bout against the Wildcats will air on SEC Network+.  

MOBILE TICKETS

All Mizzou Athletics events will feature mobile tickets in the 2021-22 season. Tiger fans can easily download their tickets using the Mizzou Mobile app on their smartphone. Fans are encouraged to download all tickets before arriving at Hearnes Center to ensure a smooth entry.

To learn more about mobile ticketing and how to download tickets, visit MUTigers.com/MobileTix.

SERIES SNAPSHOT

  • Mizzou trails Kansas State 42-33 in the all-time series, but the two have not met since the Tigers’ departed the Big 12.
  • The last time they met was in 2011 where the Tigers fell 3-2.
  • In Columbia, the series sits at 17-14 in favor of K-State.
  • Prior to Mizzou’s move to the SEC, the Tigers and Wildcats met for 38 consecutive years from 1974-2011.

MIZZOU NOTABLES

  • The Tigers posted eight blocks in their most recent match against Wyoming, making it the fifth straight-time this season the team has recorded eight or more rejections. 
  • Junior Anna Dixon led the team with double-digit kills in all three matches of the UniWyo invite last weekend, marking her fifth-straight match with double-digit kills. She leads the team with 108 on the season, good for fourth in the SEC. 
  • Freshman Addison Lyon recorded her first double-double with 26 assists and 13 digs in the match versus UCSB last Friday. She followed up with a career high 33 assists the following night against Wyoming. 
  • The Tigers saw outstanding production by its freshman last weekend, with three recording 16 or more kills through the three matches – Kayla Burbage, Jordan Iliff, and Kaylee Cox.

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