#1 minutes after the break with a big delay to fix a touch j von mary123 08.10.2019 08:35

AUBURN, Ala. -- It was a collective team effort in Auburn volleyballs 3-2 (23-25, 25-16, 25-19, 21-25, 15-13) win over Ole Miss Sunday afternoon in Auburn Arena. The Tigers improved to 14-12 overall and 8-5 in the Southeastern Conference.We knew we had to come out and bring a lot of energy today, head coach Rick Nold said. At the end, we were in a tough spot, but Im so proud of our team for not giving up and fighting to get back in the set. Junior Alexa Filley recorded her third triple-double of the season, finishing with 10 kills, 42 assists and 10 digs. Junior libero Jesse Earl earned her fourth double-double as she tied a season-high with 29 digs and dished out 13 assists. Sophomore Brenna McIlroy led the Tigers with 18 kills and added 10 digs for her ninth double-double this year.Freshman Gwyn Jones chipped in 14 kills for the Tigers, while senior Breanna Barksdale had nine and junior Macy Reece finished with seven.Defensively, juniors Kelly Stewart and Tate Pember also had double-digit dig performances as Stewart finished with 12 and Pember had 10. The Tiger defenders at the net came away with 12 blocks on the day as Barksdale tied a career-high with eight. Filley had four blocks, while Reece finished with three.Lexi Thompson and Kate Gibson led the Rebels (14-11, 3-9) with 18 and 16 kills, respectively. Setter Aubrey Edie had 47 assists and 15 digs, while libero Caroline Adams totaled 18 digs on the day.Tough serving from Earl led to an early 6-1 advantage in the first. Ole Miss responded with a run to come with one at 7-6 before a kill from Jones and an Earl service ace led to a 15-10 Auburn lead. The Rebels came out of a media timeout and chipped away at the Tiger lead, eventually tying it up at 21-all. Ole Miss went on to take the set, 25-23.The teams battled back and forth to open set two. Tied at 12, a six-point Tiger run pushed the home team to an 18-12 advantage and Rebel attack errors gave Auburn set point at 24-16. Barksdale sealed the set with a kill, 25-16.The third stanza was one of long runs for the Tigers as the team opened with a 4-0 lead and pushed to a 13-5 advantage. Kills from Jones and Barksdale put Auburn up 20-11 and a Rebel error made it set point, 24-16. Ole Miss held off the Tigers for a couple of points, but a Barksdale kill put Auburn up 2-1 with a 25-19 set win.A kill from Filley and a service ace by McIlroy highlighted the opening to the fourth as the Tigers went up 6-2. The Rebels used a run midway through the set to tie it up at 12-all and a pair of three-point Ole Miss rallies made it 22-18 in favor of the visitors. Ole Miss sent the match to the fifth with a 25-21 win.The Rebels carried their momentum into the final frame and forced an Auburn timeout with a 6-2 lead. An Ole Miss kill made it 11-7 before a kill from McIlroy and aggressive serving by Earl led to a 6-0 Auburn run, giving the Tigers a 13-11 advantage. Another McIlroy kill put Auburn at match point and McIlroy gave AU the win with her 18th kill of the day, 15-13.Auburn hits the road again for a Wednesday night match at rival Alabama. The Tigers and the Tide face off at 5 p.m. CT on ESPNU in Tuscaloosa. Adidas Superstar προσφορα . Batiste, who briefly signed with the Eskimos in 2006, has spent time with several NFL teams including the Pittsburgh Steelers and Washington Redskins. Adidas NMD R2 Ελλαδα . Bjorn, who had a 36-hole total of 8-under 134, made a testing six-foot putt to save par on the 16th and a birdie on the 17th before bogeying the final hole after a misjudged approach shot. American Kevin Streelman was in second place after shooting a 69. http://www.nmdgreece.com/adidas-falcon-greece.html .Y. - Rob Manfred was promoted Monday to Major League Baseballs chief operating officer, which may make him a candidate to succeed Bud Selig as commissioner. Adidas NMD R2 Greece . It is a cliché dragged out by fans and pundits regularly when discussions take place around which teams are better than others. παπουτσια Adidas Superstar . -- Nate Robinson has played for seven teams, so beating one of them is no longer a rare occurrence. Angus OBrien scored 17 points as Newport Gwent Dragons leapt over opponents Edinburgh in the Guinness PRO12 table with a 27-19 victory at Rodney Parade.Dragons head coach Kingsley Jones, though, will be fuming that they failed to get a try bonus point after scoring three in the first half. Full-back Carl Meyer and prop Sam Hobbs scored two of the touchdowns with fly-half OBrien adding another try plus two penalties and three conversions.Edinburgh also scored three tries via number eight Nasi Manu, centre Chris Dean and replacement Viliame Mata.The visitors went in front after 10 minutes when Manu was fed the ball in space on the right wing by lock Ben Toolis to go over, Jason Tovey adding the extras.The home crowd then vented their displeasure at referee Frank Murphy when Edinburgh flanker Magnus Bradbury fell into OBrien shoulder first, only for the official to warn the offender and give the Dragons a penalty that their fly-half stepped up to kick.It was to be the start of OBriens points haul as the Welsh region raced into a 24-12 lead after half an hour. Meyer put them in front for the first time when hooker Thomas Rhys Thomas stole the ball from a maul before Meyer was sent sprinting through the Edinburgh midfield for a great converted score.And the Dragons extended their lead when Hobbs found a way past Edinburgh tight head prop Murray McCallum from two metres to ground the ball for another converted touchdown.?The Scotsmen were now 10 points behind but hit back as they reached the home sides try line with a neat switch move for Dean to score. But the Dragons extended their lead again in a frenetic matcch which remarkably saw the first scrum called after 34 minutes.ddddddddddddCentre Sam Beard broke through the Edinburgh midfield 40 metres out and, on reaching the 22, put in a delicate grubber kick to the left corner before he was tackled by Tovey.OBrien chased it and had an easy task to finish the converted score. A great match, however, slid into mediocrity for 10 minutes after the break with a big delay to fix a touch judges radio and other stoppages.And, other than a few sparks of life, the clash began to lose momentum from the fizzing first half affair. The Dragons had more of the second-half territory as they looked for their fourth touchdown and a much-needed bonus point.A dazzling run from replacement scrum-half Sarel Pretorius raised a big cheer from the home crowd, but they could not break Edinburgh who were stubborn in defence but offered little attacking intent.From a position of strength for the home side, one move, where replacement Sam Hidalgo-Clyne kicked Edinburgh to within 10 metres of the Dragons line, set the scene for the visitors to pull back to within a try as, moments after the kick, Mata surged over from five metres for a try, converted by Duncan Weir.Edinburgh should have taken the lead when wing Damian Hoyland set off for a dash but the scoring pass to full-back Blair Kinghorn went astray.But Edinburghs hopes of at least a losing bonus point were snuffed out when they conceded a penalty with a minute to go that OBrien sank to complete his points haul. ' ' '

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