Box Score

Scheduled Game: SASKATCHEWAN*


Saskatchewan2525253« FINAL
Trinity Western1210210


Game Date: 1/13Location: Langley, BC
Game Time: Attendance: 0
SaskatchewanTrinity Western
2Amanda Hagel39123.348000090100
3Corrie Nelson1000.000000000000
4Angela Bietz1000.000000000000
5Carla Thorner2325.200001000000
6Dawn Dreger311328.286032090000
7Carlee Thorson3005.000001090200
9Elaine Lee3001.0000000100000
10Lindi Anderson31113.0000110100100
12Lindsay Bothner38116.438032090300
15Heather Norstrom1103.333010000100
Trinity Western
1Kristen Groot35431.0320100110100
3Carmen Loewen1000.000002040000
4Kelli Martens1000.000000010000
5Lauren Suderman2217.143000050000
6Lauren Good3001.000012070000
7Jennifer Baughman3407.571001400100
9Jolene Dryfhout20412-.333001040000
10Andrea Lapointe32210.000000060000
11Lisa Peters12113.077000000000
12Daelyn Martens3001.0000000120000
15Ruth Unaegbu36316.188000070000

Game Recap

Game Recap

Women’s Volleyball (League)
Saturday, January 13, 2001
TWU Spartans (0) vs. the University of Saskatchewan Huskies (3)
(25-12, 25-10, 25-21)

Huskies Sweep Weekend

Langley, British Columbia –
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies women’s volleyball team came out with a sense of purpose in Saturday’s rematch with Trinity Western University. The determined Huskies jumped out in front early and took the match in 3 games, winning 3-0 (25-12, 25-10, 25-21).

After dropping the first two sets, 25-12 and 25-10 the Spartans made line up changes to start the third set.

At the first technical time out of the third set Saskatchewan was up 8-5 and it looked like they were going to make short work of Trinity Western. But the Spartans were not going to give up with out a fight.

Behind the strong play of Jennifer Baughman (1st yr, M, Snohomish, WA) 4 kills- 57% kill efficiency, the Spartans mounted a comeback.

“Jennifer was our best player tonight. She was effective using her jump serve (only 1 error) and offensively she was ready to attack the ball,” said TWU head coach Carol Hofer “We need her to play that way more often.”

Trinity Western went on a 7-3 run to take their first lead of the set 12-11. The Huskies responded and were up 2 points at the 2nd break, 16-14. Once again the Spartans responded and tied the set up at 17-17. Again the Huskies took the lead 21-18 and once again the Spartans responded to close the gap to 21-20.

This time the # 4 ranked Huskies made a push that the Spartans couldn’t respond too as they closed out the match on a 5-1 run.

At one point in the third set the Spartans went 14 points with out an error and improved their kill efficiency by 15% over the first two sets (1st - 0%, 2nd - 0%).

“Our consistency was key for us in the third set,” said Hofer.

Leading the way for the Huskies were Dawn Dreger (2nd yr, RS, Balgonie, SK) 11 kills, 9digs and Amanda Hagel (5th yr, L/RS, Lancer, SK) 9 kills and 9 digs. The Spartans were led by Ruth Unaegbu (2nd yr, M, Port Coquitlam, BC) 6 kills, 7 digs and Kristen Groot (1st yr, P, Burnaby, BC) 5 kills, 11 digs and 1 service ace.

Next up for the Spartans is hosting the University of Alberta on Jan. 19 & 20. Game time at Trinity Western University is set for 6:00 PM.





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