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Southeast Redhawks volleyball begins conference play Friday

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) -

Southeast Missouri volleyball team opens OVC play this weekend as they host Murray State at 6:30 on Friday night, and then Austin Peay comes to Houck Field House at 5 on Saturday afternoon.

Southeast is currently 4-9 overall entering conference play and last weekend after participating in the Bradley invitational, Head Coach Julie Yankus commented "We have a very young team and it's been great to see how they have developed over the last couple of weeks. I have seen moments of greatness over the past few weeks and I'm excited to see that on a more consistent basis as we gain experience and confidence."

The Redhawks invite everyone to come out Friday to the annual Houck "Filled" House match. The first 500 students in attendance will receive an exclusive Redhawks volleyball tank top. The Redhawks hope to break the attendance record set at last year's Houck "Filled" House of 1,206.

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