#13 WSC Volleyball Sweeps 18th Opponent

CROOKSTON, MN – With one more home weekend remaining on the regular season volleyball schedule, Wayne State College closed out their four-game road stretch with back-to-back victories.

From Lysaker Gymnasium in Crookston, Minnesota, WSC visited Minnesota Crookston Saturday afternoon.

WSC again made quick work of the Golden Eagles sweeping UMC for the second times this season (25-15, 25-13, 25-12). #13 Wayne State College has now won back-to-back and are 20-6 (13-5 NSIC) while Minnesota Crookston fell to 1-22 (0-18 NSIC).

This also marks the 18th 3-0 sweep of the season for WSC.

Double figure kills came from Maggie Brahmer with 13 kills and two solo blocks while Taya Beller added 11 kills, one dig and two blocks (one solo). Jazlin DeHaan had seven kills and three digs; Rachel Walker posted 33 set assists, five digs, two blocks (one solo) and a kill as the dig leader was Alaina Wolff with nine.

Kelsie Cada finished with six kills and eight digs; Elly Larson tallied four kills and a dig; Jordan McCormick had six digs and Jessie Brandl totaled three digs.

McCormick and DeHaan both tabbed two service aces as Wolff and Jacobsen each added an ace.

WSC outhit UMC, .435 to .145, had six service aces compared to three from the Golden Eagles and recorded five blocks to none from Minnesota Crookston.

#13 Wayne State College will next host #12 St. Cloud State on Friday, November 12 at 6 p.m. and entertain Minnesota Duluth at 1 p.m. on Saturday, November 13.

The Wildcats were also listed #8 in the Central Region rankings entering last week.