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9/17: Wash U, Carthage roll on

I didn’t get out to a gym today, but I’ll provide some scores.

RV Elmhurst 3, RV UW-Eau Claire 1. UWEC falls to 6-8.
UW Oshkosh 3, RV UW-Eau Claire 1. Nine players had 10+ kills in the nonconference match. UWEC’s Emily Neave had 55 assists. UWO’s Morgan Liebetrau had 57 assists.
UW Oshkosh 3, RV Elmhurst 1. UWO Invite title match. UWO’s Robyn Eggert had 31 digs. EC (9-2) beat UWO in four 10 days ago. UWO (8-6) outside Sarah Petermann was named the invite MVP.
Simpson 3, Minnesota-Morris 2. UMM (7-3) also lost to Saint Benedict today, a day after the Cougars beat St. Scholastica. SC got its second win of the season.
Greenville 3, Webster 2. Two of the top contenders in the SLIAC. No additional info was available.
Spalding 3, Greenville 0. GC was the favorite to repeat in the SLIAC. Spalding was the coaches’ number two choice. No additional info was available.
Lake Forest 3, Benedictine 0. LFC also swept North Central (Ill.) today. BU hit .016. LFC outside Cori Cooper had 37 total kills in two matches and six sets on the day.
No. 8 Carthage 3, No. 7 St. Thomas 0. CC hit .333.
No. 8 Carthage 3, No. 23 Trinity (Texas) 1. CC hit .304. CC went 4-0 to win the Trinity Invite. CC outsides Lauren Dembkowski and Michelle Madeja combined for 43 kills and 36 digs. Madeja was named the Trinity invite MVP.
RV Occidental 3, No. 10 Southwestern 1. OC went 3-1 at the Trinity Invite. SU went 2-2.
No. 18 Chicago 3, Bethel 2. No box score available. UC also beat Monmouth in four today to up its record to 11-0.
No. 2 Washington 3, No. 15 Concordia-Moorhead 0. WU middle Lauren Budde notched her 1,000th career kill and was named the Colorado tourney MVP. WU swept its sixth top-25 opponent. WU (14-0) also swept Endicott today to win its 42nd straight set to open the season.
No. 15 Concordia-Moorhead 3, No. 13 Colorado 0. CCM (12-2) hit .274 and beat its second ranked team to cap a 3-1 weekend.
No. 7 St. Thomas 3, RV Occidental 2. UST outside Jill Greenfield had 15 kills and 19 digs. UST middle Kelly Foley went 24-7-52.
Bethel 3, Wheaton 2. 25-23, 25-27, 20-25, 25-23, 15-10. BU has won six of its last seven.
Augsburg 3, Saint Mary’s 1. Both teams now 1-1 in the MIAC. AC had 13 blocks.
DePauw 3, Millikin 2. DU had 16 aces. MU (9-2) beat Baldwin-Wallace in four earlier in the day.
No. 4 Emory 3, No. 14 Cal Lutheran 1. No info was available.
No. 1 Calvin 3, No. 11 Heidelberg 1. CC had 12 blocks.
No. 11 Heidelberg 3, No. 13 Hope 0. 26-24, 30-28, 25-14. No additional info was available. The Berg (10-2) went 3-1 this weekend at Wittenberg. Hope (9-2) went 2-2.
No. 9 Juniata 3, No. 13 Colorado 1. JC salvaged a win and went 1-2 this weekend. JC (6-4) is in danger of falling out of the top 10 for the first time since the AVCA poll began in 1992. CC (9-3) went 1-3 this weekend with three losses to ranked teams.
RV Springfield 3, No. 25 Coast Guard 1. 25-23, 22-25, 25-22, 27-25. SC improved to 10-0.

-Ricky Nelson

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Written by Ricky Nelson

September 17, 2011 at 8:26 pm

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