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TCU Volleyball secures win at Oklahoma via a reverse sweep

The Frogs continue to showcase their talent on both sides of the net in Wednesday night’s match.
Outside hitter Jalyn Gibson, middle blocker Brianna Green and outside hitter Melanie Parra going up for a 3-person block against the Oklahoma Sooners at the McCasland Field House in Norman, Ok.

TCU Volleyball came from behind to beat Oklahoma after being down 2-0 for a reverse sweep in Norman.

Outside Hitters Audrey Nalls and Jalyn Gibson both recorded double-doubles during Wednesday’s match; with 13 kills and 12 digs; and 11 kills and 12 digs, respectively. TCU also tallied 22 total blocks, which is the most blocks by a Big 12 school this season and tied for the third-most in program history.

The Frogs gave up the first two sets of the match to the Sooners after taking an initial lead, dropping the sets 25-22 and 25-23, respectively.

There was an even contest in the third set as TCU fought to keep the match alive. In this set alone, there were 16 tied scores and nine lead changes. Tied up at 27-27, Nalls kept the match alive by tallying a block and a kill closing out the match 29-27.

The Sooners led for the majority of the fourth set, but back-to-back blocks from Gibson and middle blocker Sarah Sylvester gave the Frogs their first lead of the set. Oklahoma came within one point of the Frogs, but a block from middle blocker Brianna Green gave TCU a two-point lead at 22-20. A final kill from outside hitter Julia Adams secured the set win for TCU, forcing the fifth set.

The fifth set went back and forth, and Oklahoma took a lead near the end of the set 13-11. Being down two points, TCU went on a 4-0 scoring run with kills from Nalls and Green and a service ace from Gibson to give TCU the set and match victory.

Up Next

The Frogs will travel to West Virginia to face the Mountaineers on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 1 p.m. The match will be available for streaming on Big 12 Now on ESPN+.

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