Big Rapids, Mich. - Senior outside hitter Ashley Huntey (Stanwood/Morley-Stanwood) of the 2011 Ferris State women's volleyball team will be honored prior to this Saturday's (Oct. 22) match against Michigan Tech as a result of registering her 1,000th career dig in FSU's most recent home contest.
Huntey became the 14th player in Ferris State women's volleyball history to record 1,000 career digs following a 14-dig performance in the Bulldogs' 3-0 victory over Saginaw Valley State on Oct. 1 at the Ewigleben Sports Arena.
For her career, Huntey has currently totaled 1,074 digs and currently ranks 11th among the program's all-time leaders. The 5-10 outside hitter is currently tied for 19th in total career kills at 930 and has averaged 2.31 kills per set in her Bulldog career.
This season, Huntey has earned Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Player of The Week honors three times while accumulating 245 kills and 189 digs.
The nationally 13th-ranked Bulldogs will play a pair of league home matches this weekend. FSU hosts Michigan Tech on Saturday and will square off against Northern Michigan on Sunday (Oct. 23). Both matches start at 2 p.m. (ET).
FSU enters the weekend homestand with a 17-2 overall record and the Bulldogs are 11-1 in conference action.