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Caitlin Paschall is the SAC Setter-of-the-Week.  Paschall, a graduate of Midlothian High School, averaged 10.25 assist in a 12-match span where the Lady Lions went 2-1.  Her best game statistically was in a loss against Oklahoma Wesleyan University where she had 50 assists and 20 digs.

The SAC Defender-of-the-Week is Emmalee Smith.  Smith is a senior libero from Red Oak, Texas.  In the same three game span, Smith had 56 digs, with an average of 4.67 digs per match.  She was also successful on 68-of-69 service returns, which is an average of 98.6-percent.

On Friday, September 11, 2015 SAGU will host Arlington Baptist College at 7:00pm.   On Saturday the Lions will host a tri-match against Mid-America Christian University at 11:00am and Texas College at 3:00pm.

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By: Natalie Tristan, SAGU SID, [email protected]

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