The Wildcats struggled on the road Thursday and Saturday against Nicholls and SFA.
They are currently on a four game losing streak and are sitting in 10th place in the Southland Conference.
Nicholls was the first team the Wildcats competed against and they lost 1-3. In the first set the Wildcats came out strong winning 26-24 but couldn’t hold it losing the second set, 23-25, third set 15-25 and the fourth set 20-25.
Marybeth Sandercox, senior outside hitter and right side hitter lead the team with 16 kills, Eighmy Dobbins, senior outside hitter had a career high of 15 digs and Lindsey Toney, sophomore outside hitter got her third double-double on the season.
For the second match, SFA beat the Wildcats in straight sets.
In the first set the Wildcats lost 13-25, the second set was 16-25 and the third set was 14-25.
SFA is currently sitting in first place in conference at 6-0 in the conference and 18-1 on the season.
Sandercox lead the team with seven kills and Lorin McNeil, junior middle blocker lead the team with two blocks.
Sophia Resendiz, senior labero said that despite going 2-0 on the road again, there is always something positive that can be found.
“I think something positive that we can take away from both matches is our hustle and grit,” Resendiz said. “Our team is young this year, but I have seen more determination and hustle this season compared to previous ones in each and every one of us. We all work on defensive moves no matter the position, so that gives us an advantage to extend rallies and make impressive plays that other teams cannot.”
Resendiz said that their mentality going into these next few practices will be aggressive, high energy and intense.
The Wildcats will fight to get a win at home against Southeastern Louisiana University on Oct. 16 at 6 p.m..