ORLANDO, Fla. — The University of Central Arkansas volleyball team closed their appearance in the Holiday Inn Orlando East/UCF Challenge Saturday morning with a 25-11, 25-23, 25-23 vicotry over UNC-Asheville.

Sophomore Samantha Anderson and freshman Elizabeth Armstrong were named to the all-tournament team.

Armstrong equaled her career high, dishing out 46 assists as UCA had three players tally double-digit kills. Hailey Tippett led the way, collecting 15 kills and adding a team-high 12 digs for her fifth double-double of the season, while Anderson picked up 14 kills and Dunn hit .400 to collect 10 kills. Megan Nash just missed double-figures, as she had nine kills, but she tied for the team lead in points thanks to a career-high 12 blocks.

Anderson and Armstrong earned all-tournament honors after a pair of monster weeks. Anderson ranked second on the team with 3.09 kills per set and 1.00 blocks per set, while Armstrong handed out 117 assists in three matches for an average of 10.6 per set.

The Sugar Bears (6-7) open Southland Conference play this weekend with games at Nicholls and McNeese State.

Hendrix volleyball

Hendrix (8-3) upped its Southern Athletic Association record to 3-0 Saturday with a 25-21, 25-15, 25-20 victory over Oglethorpe (5-5, 2-2) at Grove Gymnasium.

Ashton Sitkowski had eight kills and eight digs. Bradi Ryan and Sara Dyslin had seven kills each. Allison Gaia added 19 assists.

Hendrix’s women soccer

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Hendrix College women’s soccer team tied the best start in program history after a 2-0 victory over Webster University in Memphis, Tenn. Saturday.

The Warriors improved to 6-1 on the year, tying the start by the 2009 team. The shutout was the third straight for the Warriors.

After being tied 0-0 at half, senior Ashley Baker knocked in a rebound of sophomore Amanda Hamilton’s shot in the 56th minute. Hendrix tacked on another goal in the 73rd minute when sophomore Macie Stultz volleyed the ball into the net after a corner kick and a deflection.

The Warriors outshot the Gorloks (1-4) 13-10 overall but both teams had three shots on goal. Hendrix led in corner kicks 11-4.

Junior keeper Jordan Rausch recorded her 13th career shutout with three saves.

Hendrix field hockey

Hendrix (2-3) edged Transylvania, 3-2, Saturday in field hockey at Warrior Field.

Rachyl Reger, Grace Shapiro and Mary Insabine scored for the Warriors.

Gabrryele Pochron had 20 saves.

Before the game, the Warriors (2-3, 1-0) honored their four seniors: Anna King, Elisabeth Kraaijenbrink, Raychl Reger and Gabryele Pochron.