Lady Miner volleyball team ranks among top 20 in attendance

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On November 28, 2008

The Missouri S&T volleyball team was ranked 16th in the nation in NCAA Division II in home attendance during its first season of competition in 2007. The Lady Miners averaged 443 fans per home contest, which was the best mark in the Great Lakes Valley Conference.

S&T had two crowds of at least 1,000 fans during the season, including the 13th-best single-game mark of the season with 1,200 spectators at the home opening victory over Drury.

Missouri S&T had a total attendance of 5,311 fans in its 12 home matches, the highest net figure in the GLVC for the year.
The national leader in home attendance was the University of Nebraska-Kearney with an average of 1,195 spectators per match, while Southwest Minnesota State and Washburn were second and third, respectively.

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