ST. CLOUD, MN – A top five showdown took over the Friday night schedule for the top ranked Wayne State College volleyball program.
From Halenbeck Hall in St. Cloud, Minnesota, #1 WSC visited #4 St. Cloud State University.
The Wildcats took care of business to open their top 10 road weekend with a sweep over the host Huskies of 25-20, 25-13, 27-25. WSC is now 15-0 (5-0 NSIC) while St. Cloud State fell to 12-1 (4-1 NSIC).
Kelsie Cada recorded a double-double with 14 kills and 14 digs to go along with two blocks while Taya Beller led the team in kills with 16 to go along with eight blocks. Rachel Walker posted 38 assists, four digs and three blocks as Jessie Brandl finished with a team-high 17 digs.
Maggie Brahmer added seven kills and three blocks (one solo); Taylor Bunjer had four kills and four blocks; Jordan McCormick tallied two kills, seven digs and a block as Havyn Heinz produced six digs.
Cada tacked on two service aces as Walker and Brandl both had an ace.
WSC held a slight advantage in the hit department of .259 to .152 over the Huskies as the Wildcats dominated the total blocks with 11 compared to three from SCSU.
#1 Wayne State College will next visit #9 Minnesota Duluth at 2 p.m. on Saturday. UMD swept Augustana Friday night to improve to 13-0 (5-0 NSIC) and have won 13 straight. WSC is on a 15-match win streak.