Ohio Condition wishes to develop coming back starters against Lindenwood, Quincy

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Then-sophomore outdoors hitter Reese Devilbiss hits the ball within the internet throughout the finalset of No. 3 Ohio State’s match against No. 8 Penn Condition on Jan. 28, 2018 in St. John Arena. The Buckeyes defeated the Nittany Lions in straight sets (25-19, 25-15, 25-17) to get their fifth win of year. Credit: Aliyyah Jackson Senior Reporter

Despite falling to Penn Condition in straight sets on Tuesday, the Ohio Condition men’s volleyball team brings momentum into its weekend matches against Lindenwood and Quincy at St. John Arena.

Senior setter Sanil Thomas and junior outdoors hitter Reese Devilbiss came back towards the beginning rotation for that Buckeyes (7-15, 2-6 MIVA) against Penn Condition after each missing multiple games battling injuries.

Thomas, who brought the country last season with 11.28 assists per set, hadn’t began since Jan. 26 against Ball Condition as a result of right hands injuries. Devilbiss have been sidelined having a litany of injuries since February. 21 against then-No. 10 Lewis.

Ohio Condition mind coach Pete Hanson stated coming back two key bits of the selection in Thomas and Devilbiss will positively influence they over time.

“They haven’t been back lengthy enough always to actually make severe changes and have a serious effect, however i think that’s going to take place,” Hanson stated. “As Reese will get comfortable and that he does a bit after which Sanil does a bit, it simply lessens pressure for all those remaining guys.”

Hanson stated because the team will get more possibilities to build up a rhythm, the chemistry can come naturally.

Ohio Condition can get two more possibilities a few days ago if this assumes familiar enemies in Lindenwood and Quincy.

Lindenwood (7-15, 3-6 MIVA) defeated the Buckeyes the 2009 season in straight sets, using 29 combined kills and nine blocks from newcomer outdoors hitter Phil Swartz, junior opposite hitter Charley Hlavin and junior outdoors hitter Nick Stevenson to brush Ohio Condition.

Hlavin leads the Lions this year with 176 kills, adding eight aces, 89 digs and 35 blocks.

The Buckeyes defeated Quincy (5-17, -9 MIVA) within their four-set meeting on February. 16. Junior outdoors hitter Omari Wheeler, who leads the Hawks this year with 282 kills, tallied 20 kills on 50 attacks within the loss.

Newcomer libero Noam Hannoun taken into account 20 digs in the last matchup with Ohio Condition. Hannoun leads the nation together with his 237 digs this year.

Redshirt senior middle blocker Blake Leeson stated they is applying a few days ago to pay attention to their very own play, instead of on their own opponents.

“We know the kind of players and talent we have on the floor when we’re healthy,” Leeson stated. “It’s two must-win games without a doubt. We have to return on course and i believe that starts on Friday.”

Ohio Condition returns to conference play at 7 p.m. Friday against Lindenwood and seven p.m. Saturday against Quincy.

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