BILLIKEN VOLLEYBALL: Bradley at Saint Louis (exh.)

WHEN: Monday, August 14, 2017 • 5 p.m. CDT
WHERE: Chaifetz Pavilion • St. Louis, Missouri
SLU-BRADLEY SERIES: SLU leads series 12-11
BILLIKENS’ LAST GAME: Dayton 3, Saint Louis 2 (Nov. 20, 2016, Atlantic 10 Championship Match)
BRAVES' LAST GAME: Loyola Chicago 3, Bradley 0 (Nov. 19, 2016)

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• Saint Louis plays its first-ever exhibition game the Billikens host Bradley Monday, Aug. 14, at 5 p.m.
• The Billikens return four starters and the libero from last year's team that fell in five sets in the A-10 Championship match.
• Mackenzie Long returns as the team's libero. She led the Billikens with 423 digs (3.55 per set) last year. 
• SLU also returns Nenye Okoro, who was hampered by injury last year. Okoro posted 2.00 kills per set last year and has 681 career kills and 740 career digs.
• The Billikens have two setters on roster: returning starter Camila Rivas and freshman Kennedy Cordia. Rivas led the Billikens with 649 assists (7.13 per set) last year. Cordia was an Andi Collins award nominee last season. The Collins award is bestowed to the top high school setter in the country.
• Saint Louis has two new outside hitters this season in transfer Sien Gallop and freshman Maya Taylor. Gallop comes to SLU from Pacific and Taylor was a four-time All-State performer at Idaho Falls. 
• The Billikens are led by head coach Kent Miller in his seventh season at the helm. He has a 99-84 mark at SLU.

• The Braves finished the 2016 season with a 7-22 record. 
• Bradley has 10 newcomers on the 2017 roster.
• Leading the attack is junior Erica Haslag, who led the team with 320 kills last year. 
• Bradley has a competition at Libero with junior Abby Ihrke (4.15 digs per set in 2016) and transfer Yavianliz Rosado (3.62 digs per set in 2015 at San Jose State).