Walker, who also plays basketball, got some varsity experience last year and is embracing the “old man” role.
“At times there is a little pressure but I like it,” Walker said. “I like to be in that role.
“I think I’m good at it. Coming from last year, having that experience, I want to share that with the rest of the guys.”
While their record may not indicate it, the Spartans are coming together quickly. They finished second to Lockport at the Lockport tournament, took Loyola and Providence to three sets and lost to Brother Rice, a ranked team, in two sets on Tuesday, though the first set was 25-22.