Baylor Wins Fourth River City Rumble Volleyball Tournament

Elaine Redman Named First Winner Of The Nancy Brock Heart And Smile Award

Saturday, September 14, 2019
Elaine Redman
Elaine Redman

Baylor Volleyball won the 2019 River City Rumble Volleyball tournament for the fourth straight year, going 7-0 for the weekend.  

With 21 Varsity teams in town, Baylor had to battle throughout the afternoon going 3 sets in their final 3 matches.  The best come back happening in the semi-final when the Red Raiders found themselves down 8-14 to Pope from GA and came back to take the match 18-16.  

Last spring Chattanooga volleyball lost a dear friend and fan of the game. 

Nancy Brock could be seen on the sidelines and the stands supporting her husband and long time volleyball coach Paul Brock. 

She was a mother to Baylor volleyball player Conleigh Brock and son Miller.  She was also a mom to many of the players she supported over the years.

Nancy was a true fan of the game and could be seen on the sidelines full of heart and with a big smile on her face no matter what battle she was facing. 

She was honored at the close of the tournament with the naming of the Nancy Brock Heart and Smile Award. The refs and coaches from the Championship match were watching for the player that played with heart and made those around smile. The winner this year is junior, Elaine Redman of Baylor.

 

Baylor over Bradley 25-14, 25-22

Baylor over Morristown West 27-25, 25-18

Baylor over Soddy Daisy 25-12, 25-20

Baylor over East Hamilton 25-17, 26-24

Baylor over Hardin Valley 25-15, 17-25, 15-13

Baylor over Pope 25-15, 17-25, 18-16

Baylor over St. George 19-25, 25-17, 15-13 - Championship

 

Baylor, combined stats

Emma Gray 2 aces, 4 assists, 23 digs

Lilly Stewart 2 aces, 12 assists, 4 digs

Tess Margio 29 kills, 6 blocks, 4 digs

Libby May 9 aces, 82 assists, 29 digs

Madison Cope 16 kills, 1 block, 2 digs

Laura Kate May 4 aces, 8 assists, 46 digs

Elli Kinney 4 aces, 25 kills, 3 blocks, 53 digs

Julia Hartman 5 aces, 52 digs

Holland Moss 17 kills, 17 blocks

Elaine Redman 11 aces, 83 kills, 10 blocks, 68 assists, 39 digs

Sierra Herndon 32 kills, 6 blocks

Baylor won its fourth River City Rumble title over the weekend.
Baylor won its fourth River City Rumble title over the weekend.

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