After returning from Daytona Beach, the Eagles will face NJIT at 6 p.m., Friday, Sept. 30 at Alico Arena.
FGCU comes into the game with an impressive overall record of 12-2, increasing their win streak to 11.
Even with the loss of standout rookie, Ciara DeBell, the Eagles have remained strong and consistent, not losing a game since Aug. 27. NJIT comes into the game with an overall record of 8-7 with a win streak of one.
The last time these two conference teams met was on Oct. 2 and Nov. 14; both of these matches only went to three sets with both matches favoring FGCU 3-0.
FGCU will have a busy weekend with a match against the Highlanders on Friday night and the Spartans Saturday night. After these games the Eagles will go back on the road to Georgia to face Kennesaw State.