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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Albany State Lady Rams went 1-2 on day two of the SIAC Volleyball Tournament, ending their season on their home floor.

ASU dropped a three-set match to the West's number one seed Kentucky State to start off the second day.

The Lady Rams then knocked off Tuskegee, 3-1, in an elimination game, before dropping a five-set thriller to Clark Atlanta in another elimination game.

Albany State finishes the season 15-5 in SIAC play, 17-13 overall.

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