ETSU releases volleyball spring schedule
The ETSU volleyball team opens its spring schedule this weekend as head coach Lindsey Devine released the 2014 slate on Wednesday.
The Bucs play three tournaments this spring, beginning with a trip to Raleigh, N.C., for the NC State Spring Tournament. ETSU will get four matches in this Saturday at Reynolds Coliseum as the Blue and Gold face - Davidson, UNC Wilmington, High Point and East Carolina.
Following their trip to NC State, the Bucs head to Knoxville for Tennessee's spring tournament on March 29. In Knoxville, ETSU takes on Tennessee Tech, Tennessee State, Appalachian State and Tennessee.
The Bucs' final tournament is at home on April 12 inside Brooks Gym. The Blue and Gold host Milligan, Tusculum, King, Carson Newman and Winthrop.
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