Box Score

Scheduled Game: @Winnipeg*


Trinity Western2525253« FINAL


Game Date: 11/12/2004Location: Winnipeg, MB
Game Time: 20:00Attendance: 1000
Trinity WesternWinnipeg
Trinity Western
2Seth Schalk312419.421031141000
3Josh Howatson3012-.5002711040010
5Jeff Stel34513-.077002140100
6Jaben Schalk3112.000200070000
8Jeff Lindemulder2000.000000020000
9Steve Rogalsky36416.125113111000
10Justin Pankratz38212.500010034000
12Doug Van Spronsen33514-.143200011100
14Stephen Nash2011-1.000000000000
1Guy LaFleur1102.500000000000
2Alan Ahow33311.000000220000
3Ben Schellenberg3539.222101010000
4Andrew Town1000.000000000010
6Paul Robidoux2011-1.000000000000
7Joel Waldie1011-1.000000000000
8Trevor Shaw3269-.444211140000
9D Addison-Schneider33031.0002102030000
10Marc De Spiegelaere3000.000100250000
11Ryan Bevan3238-.125001014000
12Jarrod Small36113.385110002000
13Marshall Jones1000.000000000000
14Martin Rochon35420.050111110000

Game Recap

Game Recap

Men’s Volleyball (conference)
Friday, November 12, 04
TWU Spartans (3) at the University of Winnipeg Wesmen (0)
(25-23, 25-22, 25-14)
Spartans Sweep Wesmen

Winnipeg, MB –
The Trinity Western University men’s volleyball team started slow, but finished strong as the dropped the hometown University of Winnipeg  3-0 (25-23, 25-22, 25-14) Friday night win Winnipeg, MB.

“We didn’t play our best tonight, but we had a good overall match,” said TWU Head Coach Ron Pike.

The Spartans started the match slowly and fell behind 12-5 in the first set. TWU still trailed 16-10 at the second time out. But then the Spartans started to get going. TWU rattled off six straight points to tie the match at 16 and eventually take the set 25-23.

The second set had Winnipeg jump out in front again, taking an 8-3 lead at the first timeout. Once again TWU responded, but this time they roared past the Wesmen to take a 16-11 lead at the second timeout. Winnipeg closed late but were never able to overcome the Spartan lead as TWU took the set 25-22.

Learning from the first two sets the Spartans came out solid in the third set and jumped out to an 8-5 lead at the first time out. TWU would not sit back this time and kept the Wesmen from gaining any advantage. TWU extended their lead to 16-9 at the second time out, before closing out the set 25-14.

Led by Seth Schalk (3rd yr, leftside, Red Deer, AB) – 12 kills and three aces, the #2 ranked Spartans (2-1) held the edge in every category over the #5 Wesmen. TWU bettered Winnipeg in kills (34-27), Aces (6-3), Digs (26-17) and blocks (8-6).

Jarrod Small led the 1-2 Wesmen with five kill.

The two teams will match up tomorrow in the early match at the University of Winnipeg. Match time is set for 6:00 pm in Winnipeg, MB.




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