The HAN Network will broadcast live from Fairfield Ludlowe High School for the FCIAC girls volleyball semifinal when the St. Joseph Cadets take on the Danbury Hatters on Thursday, Nov. 2, at 5 p.m.
Watch the game, on demand, below:
The game will be followed by the second semifinal between the Greenwich Cardinals and the Ridgefield Tigers, also live on HAN.Network
When these two teams met during the regular season it was the Cadets who came away victorious with a 3-1 victory over the Hatters.
The St. Joseph Cadets enter the playoffs as the number-one seed as they finished the season undefeated in the FCIAC. In the quarterfinals, St. Joseph’s defeated New Canaan in three straight sets to advance to the FCIAC semifinals.The Cadets are led by senior captain and outside hitter Bridget Fatse, who has been one of the most dominant players in the conference. Head coach Jeff Babineau has a confident group that looks to get its first conference title in school history.
The Danbury Hatters have been one of the biggest surprises this season in girls volleyball as they finished the season with a 15-5 record and earn the fifth seed. In the quarterfinals, Danbury defeated Trumbull 3-1 to move onto semifinals. The Hatters will rely on senior captain Megan Mercer, who has proven why she is an all-conference player. Head coach John MacMillan looks to coach his team into the final as they try and capture their first FCIAC championship.
Frank Granito and John Kovach will be on the call.
How to watch
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