Horned Frogs win final match of George Mason Tournament, 3-1
Sept. 3, 2005
On a day where the TCU football team made national headlines knocking off No. 7 Oklahoma, the volleyball squad made headlines of their own as head coach Prentice Lewis became the all-time winningest coach in TCU history knocking off Seton Hall in four games (26-30, 30-23, 30-27, 30-23).
Lewis replaces Sandy Troudt at the top of the Purple & White record books with 58 career wins. Since coming to TCU in 2002, Lewis has compiled a record of 58-45. The Frogs played a tough match to grab the top notch for their coach
Seton Hall benefited from five errors from TCU to take the first game 30-26.
Game two started fast paced with neither team able to make a rally. TCU ran its offense and continually made hard strikes on the ball, but Seton Hall spoiled the attempts with 12 digs.
After falling behind in game three, Vaughn took charge once again blasting nine kills and a pivotal ace. Sophomore Loren Barry moved all over the floor to score kills, assists and dig balls.
In the fourth game, the Frogs gained an early 8-6 advantage after Vaughn registered back-to-back aces. Freshman Devon Kirk factored into the Frogs' offense with two precision placed kills and also helped out on defense with a key block as the Frogs took the match victory.
Smith finished the match with 12 kills which marks a new career high and added 1.5 blocks.
With the win, TCU improved to 3-2 overall this season. The team will travel to Denver, Colo., next week to compete in the Denver Tournament.