Girls’s Volleyball Drops Three to USI

ST. CHARLES, MO. – The Lindenwood girls’s volleyball workforce fell to the USI Screaming Eagles in three units on Friday evening in Southern Indiana.

“This was a disappointing match for us,” stated Head Coach Will Condon. “Give USI credit score for leaping on us early and by no means letting us get any traction. We had some moments the place we began to place issues collectively however simply couldn’t maintain it.”

The Screaming Eagles received the primary 20-25, the second 17-25, and the final set by a detailed 22-25 closing rating. The Lions put up a battle, however weren’t in a position to swing the momentum again of their favor. 

Some noteworthy gamers in tonight’s match had been Mackenzi Sifuentes and Rebecca Janke, who recorded eight kills every to prepared the ground for the Lions’ offense. Madilyn Dement knocked down a powerful three service aces all through the match, whereas Abby VanBuskirk had a team-leading 26 whole set assists. Jessie Seidel and Nyah Wilson tag-teamed essentially the most receptions of the evening, every recording 18 whole receptions. Seidel additionally put up the very best variety of digs for the Lions with 10 whole, whereas Dement and Wilson had been shut behind with 9 digs a bit. 

“We get a chance tomorrow to even the rating,” stated Condon. “We’ll want a greater effort however I feel we’re motivated.”

Up subsequent, the Lions will flip round for a rematch at USI at 2:00 pm tomorrow afternoon. 

Hafidah Rosyid

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