MANKATO, MN – Following a Friday night five set road loss, #5 Wayne State College closed out the road weekend with a split.
From the Taylor Center in Mankato, Minnesota, WSC visited Minnesota State-Mankato State Saturday afternoon.
Although the second set was close, #5 WSC swept the Mavericks on the road (25-10, 25-22, 25-11) to improve to 16-3 (9-2 NSIC) while Minnesota State fell to 11-8 (6-5 NSIC).
Kelsie Cada recorded a team-high 14 kills to go along with eight digs, Maggie Brahmer followed with 10 kills and Taya Beller added seven kills and a dig. Rachel Walker posted 31 set assists, eight digs and two kills; Jordan McCormick had nine digs, Alaina Wolff tacked on seven digs; Jessie Brandl came away with five digs; Elly Larson tallied four kills, Jazlin DeHaan had four kills and seven digs.
DeHaan accounted for two service aces while McCormick, Cada and Wolff all had an ace. Walker and Beller both finished with three blocks, Brahmer had two blocks as Cada and Larson each had a block.
Wayne State outhit the Mavericks, .376 to .081.
#5 Wayne State College will next host Upper Iowa and Winona State on Friday, October 22 – Saturday, October 23.