WAYNE – Following a Tuesday night home sweep, #8 Wayne State College was right back on the home court with the first of back-to-back league nights.
From Rice Auditorium, WSC welcomed in Minnesota Crookston Friday evening.
Wayne State College made quick work of the visiting Golden Eagles (25-16, 25-12, 25-14). The Wildcats improved to 9-2 (3-1 NSIC) while Minnesota Crookston fell to 1-8 (0-4 NSIC).
Kelsie Cada recorded 13 kills, six digs and a block; Taya Beller added eight kills, four blocks and one dig as Jazlin De Haan finished with four kills, two digs and two blocks. Rachel Walker posted a team-high 24 set assists to go along with a kill, three blocks (one solo) and eight digs. Alaina Wolff tied for the team-high in digs with eight, Maggie Brahmer had three kills and three blocks (one solo), Elly Larson had two kills and a block as Kalli Kroecker tallied a kill.
Jordan McCormick and Jessie Brandl both had five digs and Lauren Jacobsen came away with two digs.
Wolf, McCormick and Walker all had two service aces while both Brandl and Cada recorded a service ace.
WSC finished with a .306 hit percentage and held UMC to just .048.
#8 Wayne State College will next host Bemidji State on Saturday, September 25 at 1 p.m.