Under the Scoreboard: Oct 25, 2010

By October 25, 2010

Union Mine High 2008 graduate Taylor Phillips was named the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Player of the Week recently. Now a junior libero for the Guilford College volleyball team, Phillips is averaging 8.43 digs per set for the Quakers. She had a match-high 28 digs in a game against North Carolina Wesleyan and a career- and match-best 31 pickups in four sets against Randolph-Macon. Her 31 digs ranks 12th in school history. She had 30 digs in the Quakers’ win last weekend over Bridgewater. Phillips just took over as the libero this year; previously she was the teams setter. Phillips, who is majoring in sports management with a minor in business, plans to study abroad next semester in Ireland.

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Jerry Heinzer

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