Lady Vols defeat South Carolina in four sets

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Tennessee volleyball notched a four-set road victory Friday night.

The No. 22 Lady Vols outlasted South Carolina, 25-21, 17-25, 25-23, 26-24, in a Southeastern Conference tilt at the Carolina Volleyball Center in Columbia before an announced crowd of 1,129.

Tennessee (13-3, 5-1 SEC) had three players post double figures in kills against the Gamecocks (11-4, 3-2 SEC).

Breana Runnels and Danielle Mahaffey each recorded 14 kills, while Knoxville native and Berean Christian School graduate Lily Felts added 13.

Felts also posted 12 digs and five assists. Mahaffey totaled five blocks against South Carolina and Runnels chipped in defensively with 10 digs.

The Lady Vols’ service game generated six aces with Paola Laborda and Kya Moore serving up three each.

Natalie Hayward recorded 44 assists and two blocks.

The Lady Vols and Gamecocks conclude their series Saturday at 5 p.m. EDT.