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LWC Volleyball opens conference play Saturday at Thomas More

By Brady Budke

The Lindsey Wilson volleyball team is gearing up for a Mid-South Conference showdown with Thomas More (Ky.) on Saturday in Crestview Hills, Kentucky to open the 2021 portion of the schedule. Live video and live stats will be available for this match, which is set to begin at 4pmCT tomorrow. No visiting fans will be permitted to attend this match. Please view the Thomas More Fan Attendance Policy for more information.

The Blue Raiders were originally scheduled to play at Shawnee State (Ohio) on Saturday, but that match was postponed due to COVID-19 protocols. This match against the Saints was originally scheduled to be played today, but was moved to tomorrow due to concerns over the weather.



Thomas More (1-1) has tallied a pair of three-set matches to open the new year. The team fell to Cornerstone (Mich.) in the season opener in straight sets but defeated Indiana Tech in three-set fashion the very next outing. Emily Mohs has grabbed a team-high 14 kills and seven service aces this season while Megan Finley has added the most digs on defense at 20.

As for No. 15 Lindsey Wilson (2-0), the team corralled a three-set win over Asbury (Ky.) and a four-set win over IU-Southeast (Ind.) back in October of 2020. Through the two matches played, Alexis Smith leads the team with 25 kills. Camryn Rich has tallied a team-high 60 assists, while Lauren Larzelere has added 38 digs on defense.



This story was posted on 2021-02-19 14:29:55
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