Alabama dropped the first set of the match to LSU on Sunday, but was able to bounce back to win the next three sets to win the match. Alabama (18-12, 6-10 SEC) played flat in the first set, getting blown out 15-25. However, the Crimson Tide bounced back with a dominant second set, 25-14, to even the match at one set a piece.
Kaylee Thomas has played in all 28 matches, including making 26 starts. She posted a career-high 15 digs and two service aces on Sept. 8 against Hofstra.
Alabama fell to No. 7 Kentucky in four sets on Wednesday afternoon. The Crimson Tide played the Wildcats throughout the match, but could not match the power of Kentucky.
Natalie Murison has eight scheduled matches left in her Alabama career. While she is focused on one match at a time, she said she has cherished each practice and each game, as her career winds down. The next match for the Crimson Tide will be rival Auburn on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Auburn Arena in Auburn.
On a night where Alabama volleyball raised awareness for breast cancer in its annual Power of Pink match, the Crimson Tide fell in three sets to the visiting No. 4 Florida Gators. 1,703 fans were in attendance on Friday night, a season-high total for Foster Auditorium.
Ginger Perinar spent her freshman season at Southern Illinois, where she earned a spot on the MVC All-Freshman team. However, when the head coach told the team he was taking another head coaching job elsewhere, Perinar started considering her options for her own move.