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LWC Volleyball 3. Campbellsville 1 - Thu 30 Oct 2014
Blue Raiders clinch share of Mid-South title before crowd of 228. Also: The Lindsey Wilson junior varsity team defeated the CU Tigers 25-20 and 25-12.
By Chris Wells
News from Lindsey Wilson College
COLUMBIA, KY - The No. 10-ranked Lindsey Wilson volleyball team clinched at least a share of the Mid-South Conference regular season title Thu 30 Oct 2014, with a 3-1 win over visiting Campbellsville (KY) at Lindsey Wilson College's Biggers Sports Center.
The Blue Raiders remain perfect in the Mid-South with two matches remaining in the regular season schedule. The win extends the Blue Raiders winning streak to a program-best 24 straight matches.
Lindsey Wilson's Nadelina Nesheva posted 16 kills and a .343 attacking percentage to lead the Blue Raider offense.
Yennifer Ramirez added 15 kills while Catie Cline and Sarah Anderson each chipped in eight kills.
Makenzie Montano led the Blue Raiders with 37 assists while Caitlyn and Alexa Just posted 13 and 11 digs respectively.
Campbellsville’s final three points of the set came off Lindsey Wilson errors.
Lindsey Wilson dominated the second set hitting .452 en route to the 25-12 win.
The Blue Raiders sprinted away from the Campbellsville with a 7-0 run, turning a 7-6 lead into a 14-6 advantage.
Campbellsville was led by Aleksandra Popovic and Jana Kortas with seven kills each in the match. The Tigers finished the match hitting .079 compared to the Blue Raiders .288.
Earlier in the evening, the Lindsey Wilson junior varsity team defeated the Tigers 25-20 and 25-12. Tyla Bailey led the Blue Raider offensive attack with eight kills while Katie Koper added 19 assists.
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