WAYNE – Wayne State volleyball made a stop at home in-between an eight-game stretch of conference games.
#12 WSC has gone 1-2 the past three road games and will be on the road for the next four but hosted Sioux Falls Saturday afternoon from Rice Auditorium.
The ‘Cats swept USF (25-21, 25-18, 25-13) to snap a two-match losing streak. WSC improves to 19-5 (10-5 NSIC).
Tarrin Beller recorded a team-high 11 kills and five blocks followed by Kelsie Cada with eight kills and 11 digs for WSC. Katie Stephens posted seven kills while Jaci Brahmer finished with six kills and eight blocks (eight solo). Maddie Knobbe had eight blocks and a dig. Hope Carter also tallied 11 digs as Rachel Walker came away with 28 stet assists.
Wayne State outhit USF, .225 to .101 while holding advantages in aces (7-1) and blocks (13-7).
The Wayne State College volleyball team will next visit Southwest Minnesota State on Tuesday, November 5 at 6 p.m.