Seniors day honors Azuara

By Andreea Georgescu

Contributing writer

The Southeastern volleyball team has a 13-15 overall record and a 9-3 record in the Great American Conference so far.
The Savage Storm played their last conference game on Saturday, Oct. 22. The team still has four non-conference matches to complete. The last event of the semester is the Great American Conference, which is scheduled for Friday-Saturday, Nov. 11-12.
During the last conference match against Ouachita Baptist, all volleyball players and coaches celebrated senior Lunden Azuara. She was declared as the Great American Conference Player of the Week for five consecutive weeks.
Azuara earned her best performance of 35 digs in the match against Oauchita Baptist.
Azuara has achieved an average of 4.65 kills per set, which is fifth overall in the nation.
“My last season has been a good season, but there is always room for improvement. I have always been surrounded with fun, hard working people and have always gotten along with my team and not many people can be that lucky,” said Azuara.
The team captain also added that after graduation she is planning to play overseas.

 

Senior Lunden Azuara digs an attack from a lady Ouachita Baptist Tiger during matchplay Saturday, Oct. 22.

 

Sophomore Courtney Miller executes an attack against an Ouachita Baptist University lady Tiger defender during the match Saturday, Oct. 22.

 

Senior Lunden Azuara is pictured with (from left to right) her mother Chris Collura, step-father Jerome Collura and head coach Jenn Corkum on Saturday, Oct. 22 after being honored on seniors day before the match versus Ouachita Baptist. Azuara is the single senior member of the team.