FULLERTON, Calif. --- The Titans will play their final home match of the 2018 season and honor their seniors on Senior Night, Tuesday at 7 pm PT when they take on Cal Baptist inside Titan Gym.
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THANK YOU SENIORS
The Titans will honor five fantastic seniors on Tuesday, as Madeline Schneider, Cady Francis, Summer Kerins, Kyra Smith and Nastassja Bowman will all participate in their final home game of their careers. The Titans will honor these fine young women with a special presentation before the match.
BENCH MARK STILL WITHIN REACH
The Titans currently sit at 6-7 heading with still one non-conference match remaining with Cal Baptist. Fullerton needs just one non-conference victory to clinch its first non-conference .500 or better record since 2013.
SWEET, SWEET SWEEPS
All six victories this season have come in three sets via the sweep. The six straight sweeps during the Titans' six-match win streak was the most since Fullerton earned seven consecutive sweeps during its Big West Championship season in 2010.
RIGHT WHERE SHE LEFT OFF
Madeline Schneider had been everything as advertised until she unfortunately saw her season come to an end after suffering a season-ending knee injury on Oct. 16 at Long Beach State. Despite this, she still ranks second on the team in total points with 222, leads the team in kills with 207 and kills per set with 3.23. The 2017 Big West Honorable Mention has led Fullerton in kills in 13 of 27 contests, including posting 20 kills in the season opener vs. Akron. Her 3.23 kills per set ranks seventh best in the Big West and her 207 total kills are 13th best.
Newcomer Neena Dimas has been superb this year. She ranks 24th in the conference in total digs (209) and 12th in digs per set (3.07). She's been named to two All-Tournament teams this preseason, including last weekend's All-Titan Tournament squad.
Savahna Costello enters her sophomore season with high expectations after producing a stellar freshman campaign for the Titans. She's off to a fantastic start, locking down the libero position for Fullerton. Her 271 digs rank 13th in the Big West, while her 3.43 digs per set rank eighth in the league.
SHE'S OUR ACE
Senior Summer Kerins ranks 21st in the Big West in services aces per set (.26) and 11th in total services aces (19).
A STAR IN THE MAKING
Felicia Marshall notched her first double-double of her young career, recording 11 kills and 11 digs on Aug. 25th vs. Montana. She now has four on the season and recorded a career-high 20 kills in Saturday's match vs. Long Beach State. She helped lead the Titans to their first set victory over the 49ers since 2013.
TITANS CLEANING UP THE ALL-TOURNAMENT HONORS
Madeline Schnieder, Felicia Marshall and Neena Dimas all earned spots on the Terrier Invitational after leading Fullerton to a perfect 3-0 record. Haley Carmo earned a spot on the Rebel Challenge All-Tournament Team after her superb defensive weekend. Schnieder and Dimas have each made two all-tournament teams so far this season.
Fourth year head coach Ashley Preston returns to helm of the Titan volleyball program with some positive momentum heading into the season. She's already notched her career-high in wins with six.
The Titans boast 12 newcomers, including four transfers and eight freshmen, helping to make up Fullerton's tallest squad in head coach Ashley Preston's fourth season in Orange County.
MAD FOR MADDIE
Senior Madeline Schneider is primed for a breakout season as she enters her third and final season as a Titan. She earned Big West Honorable Mention accolades a season ago, leading Fullerton in almost every offensive category, including kills with 335. That mark ranked 10th highest in the conference a year ago.