Lincoln, Neb. – The No. 2 Nebraska volleyball group put up one other strong offensive in a 25-13, 25-23, 25-21 sweep of Mississippi in entrance of a crowd of 8,113 at Bob DeVane Sports activities Middle on Saturday evening.
The Huskers improved to five–0 with their fifth straight sweep to start out the season, whereas Ole Miss fell 0–4, though three of the 4 losses are to groups ranked within the AVCA prime 20.
maddy kubico There have been 13 kills on .400 hitting to take the Huskers to a .330 hitting proportion, as they ran a 6-2 system for the second consecutive match. Kubik was named Husker Invitational MVP after averaging 3.5 kills per set at .455 hitting proportion in NU’s sweep of Ole Miss and Loyola Marymount. whitney lonstein There have been 9 kills and 6 blocks in opposition to Ole Miss, and Lindsay Krauss There have been six murders. Becca Alik there have been 5 kills and a pair of blocks, and Ally Bettenhorst Completed with 4 kills and two blocks. Caitlyn Hordo There have been six blocks with a pair of keels.
Nicklin Hyams had 18 assists and eight digs, and Lexi Rodriguez Had a team-high 9 digs with two aces. kenji knuckles Led the Huskers with eight digs pairs and 14 excellent receptions. The Knuckles, Lauenstein and Rodriguez joined the all-tournament group with Kubik.
For Mississippi there have been 40 to 35 murders in NU. Huskers had extra aces (4-2) and digs (46-39). Each groups had eight blocks.
Anna Baer did 11 kills for Ole Miss.
Set 1: The Huskers regrouped after a number of service errors and took a 6–0 run on Alik’s serve to take a 9–4 lead. Battenhorst and Cross had every killed, and Battenhorst and Hoard had a block to drive an Ole Miss timeout. The Huskers prolonged their lead from 19-7 to 12 after a 7-0 run. The Huskers posted three blocks in that run, together with two hits by Kubik and an ace by Rodriguez. A superb defensive effort resulted in one other kill by Kubik that made it 23-10, and the Huskers set one, 25-13. Huskers hit .455 within the opening body and stopped the Rebels at -.032.
Set 2 : Ole Miss had 4 kills of their first six strikes and a service ace took a 9-6 lead. A block by Battenhorst and Hoard, adopted by kills by Lienstein and Kubik, leveled the rating at 9-9. Following a Husker service error, Kubik recorded two extra kills for an 11–10 Husker lead, his first set. Kubik and Kruse completed once more for a 15–13 lead, however the Rebels responded with a 5–0 lead and took an 18–15 benefit and compelled a Husker timeout. The rebels made an error on the subsequent rally to make it 18–16, and Bettenhorst killed one to chop it. Hoard put down a kill and tied an equal block with Lauenstein to tie the rating 19–19. Kubik hit a set at residence from Heims for a 20–19 Husker lead, and Ole Miss used a timeout. The Rebels responded with a pair of kills to push them again to the highest, and a single block from Peyton Bragoch made it a 22–20 Ole Miss. Lauenstein earned a sideout with a kill, and a service error and a hitting error by Ole Miss tied the set at 23-23. Kubik prolonged his eleventh kill for set level at 24-23, and after one other timeout, he completed the set 25-23.
Set 3: The groups went forwards and backwards in set three and the lead modified arms eight instances and resulted in 16 ties. With a rating of 19–19, the Huskers obtained a kill from Lauenstein that might open a 6–2 Husker run to shut the match. After his kill, Lauenstein mixed with Hoard for a block and a 21–19 lead. Kubik completed to make it 22-19, and closed it 25-21, hitting an ace by Rodriguez and hitting by Alik.
subsequent: Huskers battled state foe Creighton on Wednesday at 5 p.m. at CHI Well being Middle in Omaha. Greater than 13,000 tickets have been offered for the match between the quantity two Huskers and the quantity 17 Bluejays.
Husker Invitational All-Match Workforce
Katie Corelli, OH, Mississippi
Phoebe Avole, MB, Loyola Marymount
Sam Hastings, L, Loyola Marymount
kenji knucklesDS, Nebraska
Lexi RodriguezL, Nebraska
whitney lonsteinoh nebraska
maddy kubicoOh, Nebraska (MVP)