The Lady Eagles traveled to Asbury University to compete in a tri-match versus Asbury and IU Kokomo. They came up short in both games battling to the end.
The scores for the Asbury game were 9-25, 15-25, 13-25. Coach Kerkhoff states, "The scores do not reflect at all how hard the girls battled against a mature Asbury team." Seniors Mackenzie Fordyce and Lynn Braden each had 14 digs in the match.
The scores for the IU Kokomo game were 21-25, 15-25, and 22-25. Danielle Castleman played outstanding defense while Alicia Miller dominated in the middle. Mallory Morris attacked 28 times and received 12 kills off of her hard work. Setter Ellie Abel got 20 assists in the match.
The Lady Eagles showed their endurance last night as they defeated Carlow University in five sets with scores of 22-25, 25-21, 26-28, 25-20, and 15-12.
Freshmen Mallory Morris was unstoppable on offense with 21 kills and played great defense with 21 digs. Lydia Marksberry and Alicia Miller played solid middle games with a combined 9 blocks. Ellie Abel and Jaelyn Jester helped the team by combining for 41 assists. Ebony Bright played an outstanding front row defense by going for 5 blocks.
The team will be on the road this weekend to play in a tri-match versus Asbury University and IU Kokomo.