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Volleyball: LWC defeats CU 3-1 at Campbellsville
Next: Blue Raider Volleyball at Pikeville (Ky.) 7pmCT/8pmET, Thursday, 9 Oct 2014, 147 Sycamore Street (Campus, not Volleyball Event Venue) Pikeville, KY 41501
By Tyler Scott
News from Lindsey Wilson College
CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – The 11th-ranked Lindsey Wilson volleyball team beat Campbellsville (Ky.) 3-1 (24-26, 25-21, 25-10, 25-21) on Saturday afternoon, 4 Oct 2014, on the at Powell Athletic Center, 203 Tiger Way, on the Campus of Campellsville University, Campbellville, KY.
The Blue Raiders (19-2, 6-0 MSC) fell in the first set 26-24, despite coming back from a 10-5 deficit. Sarah Shilling recorded a kill in the first set to tie the score at 23, followed by a service ace by Caitlyn Tino to give Lindsey Wilson a 24-23 lead. The Tigers (7-16, 3-5 MSC) then added three-straight points to win the set.
In the second set, the score was tied at seven before the Blue Raiders went on a 12-7 run to grab a 19-14 lead. The Tigers trimmed the Lindsey Wilson lead to one at 19-18, but Yennifer Ramirez and Nadelina Nesheva combined for four kills to help the squad earn a 25-21 second set win.
The Blue Raiders opened fast in the third set, jumping out to a 22-7 lead. After three-straight kills for the Tigers, Shilling, Makenzie Montano and Nesheva each added a kill to close out the set for a 25-10 win.
Lindsey Wilson bolted to a 16-9 lead in the fourth set before Campbellsville went on a 7-2 run to trail 18-16. Montano then earned a kill followed by an attack error by Jade Nelson to make the score 20-16 Blue Raiders. The Tigers cut the deficit to two at 22-20, but Ramirez added two kills to help Lindsey Wilson seal a 25-21 third set victory.
Ramirez matched a career high with 19 kills, while Nesheva totaled 14. Montano had 37 assists and Tino led the team with 23 digs.
Nesheva led the squad with a .429 attacking percentage and Shilling had an attacking percentage of .400.
Jana Kortas led Campbellsville with 11 kills and Jackie Schweiger added 29 assists.
The Tigers were limited to an attacking percentage of .167 and Lindsey Wilson added an attacking percentage of .271. Tyler Scott, Lindsey Wilson College
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