OXFORD, Ohio - The Miami University volleyball team will complete its 2012 season when it hosts Cincinnati in non-conference action on Saturday. Match time is scheduled for 4 p.m. Michael Wottreng will have the call and it will be broadcast live on Miami All-Access for those who have a subscription.

Fans can get their post-Thanksgiving dessert in Oxford with a great offer to see Miami athletics in action. For just $20, fans will be admitted to all five athletic contests being hosted by the RedHawks this weekend. The special package includes this volleyball match, as well as Friday's home football finale vs. Ball State (1 p.m.), Friday's women's basketball game against College of Charleston (6 p.m.), Saturday's men's basketball game vs. James Madison (noon) and Sunday's women's basketball game against Youngstown State (2 p.m.).

In addition, fans will be given a voucher for free food and drink to be used at one of the venues. For more information, fans can call Miami's athletic ticket office at (513) 529-4295.

The RedHawks (9-20 overall) are returning to action for the first time since Nov. 10 when it fell to Western Michigan, 0-3. Meg Riley led the way for Miami with eight kills, 13 assists and seven digs in that match.

Cincinnati enters the match with a 12-19 record. The Bearcats reached the semifinals of the Big East Tournament last week, defeating Connecticut, 3-2, in the quarterfinals before falling to eventual champion Louisville in straight sets in the semifinal round. Cincinnati is led offensively by senior middle hitter Jordanne Scott. She has 502 kills on the season, an average of 4.40 kills per set. Defensively it is led by junior Emily MacIntyre. She has 599 digs, an average of 5.16 per set.

Saturday's match against Cincinnati will be the final appearance in a RedHawk uniform for seniors Lisa Treadway, Amy Kendall and Christina Menche.