The Hurricanes won both matches in four sets and have now improved to a 3-1 overall record for the season.
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“They were heroic with their rotations. If I was a shooter, I wouldn’t want either one of these two running at me.”
With a 3-0 victory over the Florida State Seminoles in the season finale on Friday, Miami volleyball (5-3, 5-3 ACC) concluded what has easily been the program’s best overall season in recent memory.
But what makes this connection especially eye-catching is that these two players are the shortest and tallest ones on the team. Lukianova stands 6-foot-6, while Duque is 5-foot-2.
“It’s awesome to get this win because you can’t downplay the rivalry Miami and Florida State have,” coach Jose “Keno” Gandara said.
The Miami Hurricanes hosted the Hurricane Invitational at the Knight Complex this weekend and brought the crowd to their feet on two consecutive nights for back to back wins.
After splitting last weekend’s matches with a win over North Carolina State and a loss to Notre Dame, Miami’s rout over Virginia propelled them to an 8-4 overall record for the split season.
The redshirt senior set a school record with 17 saves in a single-match. North Carolina notched 19 shots on goal, while the Miami didn't register a shot on goal.
"We don’t have to play our best game, we just have to manage the edge and flow a little better. I thought we did that.”
The Canes were unable to win the annual Hurricane Invitational for the third straight year.