BEMIDJI, MN – #13 Wayne State College went back to work on the road for a weekend trip to Minnesota looking to close out the regular season on the right note.
From the BSU Gymnasium in Bemidji, Minnesota, the Wildcat volleyball program visited Bemidji State University Friday evening.
With only the middle set being within two points, WSC took care of business on the road with a 3-0 sweep (25-17, 25-23, 25-14) over BSU. The Wildcats snapped a two-game losing streak and are now 19-6 (12-5 NSIC) while the Beavers fell to 2-23 (2-15 NSIC).
This marked the second time WSC has swept the Beavers this season.
Jazlin DeHaan posted a team-high 14 kills and two digs, Taya Beller added 10 kills and two digs as Maggie Brahmer recorded nine kills. Kelsie Cada had a team-high 16 digs and eight kills as Rachel Walker finished with 42 set assists, four digs and a kill.
Jordan McCormick totaled nine digs; Alaina Wolff had seven digs; Jessie Brandl tallied four digs and two kills as Lauren Jacobsen (seven digs) and Elly Larson (one dig) both had a kill.
Jacobsen recorded two service aces as DeHaan had one ace. Brahmer tacked on two blocks (one solo) along with Walker adding a block.
WSC outhit BSU, .322 to .160, both teams finished with three service aces as the Beavers had four blocks compared to three from the Wildcats.
#13 Wayne State College will next visit Minnesota Crookston to close out their regular season road schedule on Saturday, November 6 at 1 p.m. with three matches remaining.
According to the norhternsun.org website, the 2021 NSIC Volleyball Tournament will be held at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, South Dakota from Thursday, November 18 – Saturday, November 20.