CHARLESTON, S.C. – Indiana Point out volleyball fell to Kennesaw Point out, 1-3 (25-22, 23-25, 20-25, 21-25), in the time-opener on Friday afternoon at the Faculty of Charleston Invitational.
Senior libero Melina Tedrow ongoing to transfer her way up the Indiana State file guide, tallying a workforce-finest 23 digs to give her 1,210 profession digs, shifting her earlier Stacy Stanton for seventh in ISU heritage. She is now 58 digs away from sixth.
The Sycamores (-1, – MVC) were led offensively by Karinna Gall who tallied 11 kills, which tied a job-significant, to go along with two blocks. Kaitlyn Hamilton and Madeline Williams each extra 8 kills of their own, but the Owls (1-, – Massive South) held a 50-41 advantage in the classification. For the match, the Trees strike .145.
Freshman Emma Kaelin had a solid outing in the very first match of her collegiate career, recording a double-double with 17 assists and 11 digs. Terre Haute indigenous Chloe Mason contributed 16 helps and nine digs for ISU.
Defensively, the Blue & White ended up powerful, tallying 67 digs for 16.75 digs for every established, led by Tedrow’s 23 digs. The opposition ended the evening with 55 digs. At the net, Kennesaw State was in command with an 11-6 advantage in blocks. Williams was the major Sycamore defender in the center, getting up for 4 block helps with freshman Storm Suhre and Gall each individual contributing two block assists.
The Owls have been led by Emma Schurfranz who recorded 16 kills and 8 total blocks.
Indiana Condition started out the match on hearth offensively, applying a .444 hitting share to open with a set victory at 25-22. The Trees tallied 13 kills in the opening frame, but struggled to get the groove again offensively in the adhering to three sets, hitting no bigger than .118.
A pair of matches await the Blue & White on Saturday at the University of Charleston Invitational, commencing with Eastern Michigan at 12 p.m. ET. The Sycamores will then finish the match with a match towards the host, University of Charleston, at 7 p.m. ET.
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