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Scheduled Game: @Manitoba*

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GAME RESULTS1234T
Trinity Western132530253« FINAL
Manitoba251928161

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Game Date: 11/20/2009Location: Winnipeg, Mb
Game Time: 8:45PMAttendance: 220
1st Referee: Peter Henry, 2nd Referee: Taras Ilkiw, Scorer: Mark Lindal
Trinity WesternManitoba
GamesKETAPCTKETAPCT
15922-.18212218.556
215324.50013429.310
318739.28215844.159
414224.50010729.103
Trinity Western
ATTACKSETSERVESRVDEFBLOCKGEN
#NAMEGPKETAPCTASASEREDIGBSBABEBHE
4Marc Howatson48522.136100091400
5Josh Doornenbal49012.750002030300
8Steven Marshall416636.278025040400
10Rudy Verhoeff49516.250000050500
14Ben Ball4213.3334410071200
17Paul Lindemulder48218.333000130000
1Jarrod Offereins4000.000200260000
2Mikiah Schalk4000.000002000000
9Brad Kufske1000.000000000000
12Lucas Van Berkel2022-1.000000000000
Totals/Average5221109.284473933721800
Manitoba
ATTACKSETSERVESRVDEFBLOCKGEN
#NAMEGPKETAPCTASASEREDIGBSBABEBHE
2Zack Diboll41011.0003913010000
5Dane Pischke413330.333000031200
6Joseph Brooks44311.091101022300
10John Galloway49628.107001020000
12Chris Voth413630.233014180100
15Steve Goertzen48114.500014020100
1Derek Nieroda2000.000000010000
3Chris Osborn2012-.500000010000
7Ryan Munt4000.000000290000
9Matt Lux4214.250002000100
18TJ Sanders2000.000700000000
Totals/Average5021120.242473153293800

Game Recap

Game Recap

MENS VOLLEYBALL (CANADA WEST)
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2009
TWU SPARTANS (3) AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA BISONS (1)
(13-25, 25-19, 30-28, 25-16)

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SPARTANS OVERCOME SLOW START TO WIN IN FOUR

MANITOBA
– The No. 8 Trinity Western University men’s volleyball team used a 16 kill night from outside Steve Marshall of Abbotsford, B.C. to knock of the No. 6 University of Manitoba Bisons 3-1 (13-25, 25-19, 30-28, 25-16) Friday night at the Investors Group Athletic Centre located on the University of Manitoba campus. The win keeps the Spartans unbeaten at 5-0, while the loss drops the Bisons to 4-4.

“The guys showed a tremendous amount of toughness on the road as they were able to slow down a hot Bisons team. They were able to focus, stay disciplined and stay patient and they looked to each other for energy from each other,” commented TWU head coach Ben Josephson. “All the guys who had bad first sets were able to correct their game and recover, which is the mark of a veteran player and a good team. We as coaches were pleased to see that trait develop with this group - that they can have a tough game and find a way to recover.”

The Bisons came out very strong to start the match and dominated the first set, 25-13, to take the early lead in the match. “The first set was the worst that we have played all season,” commented Josephson. “So we kind of laughed it off. We knew it was bad.”

Manitoba continued their strong play to start the second set, but Trinity Western gradually took control and tied the match with a 25-19 second set win.

The third set would prove to be the pivotal game. Neither team was willing to give their opponent the advantage as they battled into extra points. The Spartans eventually prevailed 30-28 to take the 2-1 lead.

The final set was even early, but TWU would eventually get the spread that they needed as they took the opening match with a 25-16 fourth set win.

Leftside Chris Voth led the Bisons with 13 kills for the night, and leftside/libero Ryan Munt leading the night in digs with nine.

The Bisons and Spartans will face each other again tomorrow night, Saturday, November 21, at the Investors Group Athletic Centre at the U of M campus. The first serve will take place after the Bisons women’s volleyball match; expected time is 7:30 p.m. CT.

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    Luke Bainard32Regina Cougars02/04/00
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    KillsAvgDate
    Steve Rogalsky413.2682004
    Luke Bainard352.2771999
    Set AssistsGamesDate
    Josh Howatson11651212004
    Ben Josephson9661132002
    Service AcesGamesDate
    Josh Howatson601212004
    Josh Howatson58982005
    DigsGamesDate
    Jaben Schalk2951292004
    Jeff Van Huizen2271162002
    Total BlocksGamesDate
    Chris Meehan1581182003
    Mark Huberts1241192000

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    KillsAvgDate
    Steve Rogalsky1574.2592001-08
    Luke Bainard1133.2561999-02
    Set AssistsGamesDate
    Josh Howatson34513862003-06
    Chaim Schalk12591902006-08
    Service AcesGamesDate
    Josh Howatson2054362003-06
    Steve Rogalsky1725012003-07
    DigsGamesDate
    Jeff Van Huizen7063621999-02
    Seth Schalk6664202003-06
    Total BlocksGamesDate
    Chris Meehan5014302001-05
    Justin Pankratz3594302001-05