Behind sophomore Erin Cooke’s second double-double of the season (12 kills, 15 assists), the Presbyterian College volleyball team knocked off Georgia State 3-0 (25-23, 25-23, 25-23) on Saturday in the final match of Morehead (Ky.) State’s Eagle Challenge. The Blue Hose improved to 2-4, while the Panthers dipped to 3-3.
Sophomore Lauren Talbert paced the PC attack with a match-high 14 kills. Talbert was named to the all-tournament team after averaging 10.7 kills per match, and 3.6 a set over the two-day event.
The Wofford women’s soccer team picked up a 1-0 victory over Presbyterian College on Friday night at Martin Stadium. Eva Dailey scored the lone goal in the game’s 27th minute off a free kick that found the upper-right corner. The Blue Hose fought hard in the second half, forcing seven saves from Wofford’s Kelly Hogan.
PC dominated in shots, 12-6, with an impressive 10-1 edge in the second half.
Friday marked the 30th anniversary of the first women’s soccer game in Blue Hose history, with the inaugural 1989 team being honored at half.
Wofford’s Tucker Heffron scored in the 81st minute to give the Terriers a 1-0 men’s soccer win over Presbyterian on Friday afternoon at Martin Stadium.
PC led on shots, 18-11, but shots on goal were tied at 4-4.
PC athletics announced the addition of Anne Marie Covar as the new women’s golf head coach on Thursday. She becomes the third coach in program history.
“Anne Marie quickly caught our attention because of her playing and coaching experience at institutions similar to PC,” said Athletic Director Rob Acunto. “We continued to be impressed after meeting her in person. She is a strong addition to the PC family, and I look forward to Anne Marie leading our women’s golf program to new heights.”
Covar comes to PC after three seasons with the Erskine College women’s golf team.