OXFORD, Miss. -- The Ole Miss volleyball team wrapped up a grueling four days of practice, having opened preseason camp this past Saturday. The last practice on Tuesday included position work, in addition to two sets of competitive scrimmage play.
"Each day, we have improved," head coach Steven McRoberts said. "Each day, we have added in things, both offensively and defensively. We have worked on things with all of our positions, things we haven't been executing very well in practice and things that we have been picking up as coaches and making notes, and trying to improve on those.
"We're a little dead-legged right now, so this last practice was not one of our better efforts, definitely from an error standpoint, but it's something that we need to learn from and something that we need to work through. We're only going to go one time tomorrow, so hopefully we'll come back tomorrow with a lot of energy and get our legs back a little bit."
Be sure to come see the team and meet Coach McRoberts at the annual "Meet the Rebels Day" Presented by Cannon Motors, Saturday, August 16 at the Manning Center. The team posters will be handed out and the Rebels will be signing autographs.
Doors will open to Rebel Kids' Club Members (with up to two parents or guardians) at 11:30 a.m., at the south entrance of the facility, which faces the Track & Field complex. The general public may enter at noon, and all fans should park in the Coliseum lot.
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