WAYNE – For the sixth consecutive match and 12th time this season, the Wayne Sate College volleyball team secured a victory in straight.
From Rice Auditorium, T-6th WSC hosted Northern State University (RV) Friday night in front of 606 fans.
The Wildcats secured a home sweep (25-18, 25-19, 25-17) to improve to 13-2 (7-1 NSIC). The Wolves fell to 10-6 (5-3 NSIC).
A trio of Wildcats finished with double figure kills being Kelsie Cada with 12 kills, eight digs and a block; Maggie Brahmer with 11 kills and five blocks as Jazlin DeHaan added 11 kills, two digs and a block.
Rachel Walker recorded 44 set assists and nine digs; Alaina Wolff paced WSC in the dig department with 13; followed by Jessie Brandl with 11 digs; Elly Larson posted eight kills, four blocks and four digs; Taya Beller had five kills, five digs and a block; Elly Larson totaled four digs and Jordan McCormick tallied three digs.
Cada and McCormick both finished with a service ace.
WSC outhit Northern Sate, .303 to .179.
Wayne State College is tied for sixth in the DII Top 25 Coaches Poll and will next host MSU Moorhead on Saturday, October 9 at 1 p.m.