MINOT, N.D. – The most southern team in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference met the furthest team to the north for a volleyball match Saturday afternoon.
From the MSU Dome in Minot, North Dakota, the ‘Cats visited Minot State University to close out their weekend road trip.
WSC chalked up another sweep in straight sets winning 25-15, 25-13, 25-9 over the Beavers. The Wildcats are now 12-2 (6-1 NSIC) while Minot State fell to 0-13 (0-7 NSIC). Saturday also accounted for the fifth straight Wildcat win.
Maggie Brahmer recorded 10 kills and two blocks (one solo) while Kelsie Cada also had 10 kills and six digs to lead WSC. Taya Beller added eight kills, a solo block and two digs; Jazlin De Haan finished with seven kills, a block and dig; Rachel Walker paced the team in set assists with 26 to go along with two kills and eight digs; Alaina Wolff posted a team-high nine digs; Jessie Brandl had seven digs and a kill as Elly Larson tacked on a kill and dig. Lauren Jacobsen and Jordan McCormick both had two digs as Isabelle Vacek also had a dig.
WSC used nine service aces to their advantage led by Wolff with three, Walker had two as Cada, Jacobsen, McCormick and Taylor Wilshire all had an ace.
WSC outhit Minot State, .352 to .089.
#7 Wayne State College will next host Northern State University on Friday, October 8 at 6 p.m. and MSU Moorhead on Saturday, October 9 at 1 p.m.