IWU Volleyball Cuts Down Foresters in Three Sets

 

HUNTINGTON, Ind. – Indiana Wesleyan University volleyball dominated Huntington (Ind.) in three quick sets on Wednesday to improve to 3-2 in Crossroads League play. The Wildcats out-killed the Foresters 44-19 on the evening and ended the match with a .319 attack percentage.

BALANCED ATTACK

Four Wildcats finished with nine or more kills in the match, led by freshman Ana Collar with 13. Marci Miller added 10 while Megan Graber and Kelly Miller each contributed 9 kills.

BIG FINISH

Indiana Wesleyan hit a stellar .458 in the third set victory. IWU had 14 kills on just 24 attempts with 3 errors.

HAVE THEIR NUMBER

The Wildcats have won 18 consecutive matches against the Foresters and have won 22 of the last 23 meetings dating back to the 2006 season.

UP NEXT

Indiana Wesleyan travels to northern Indiana this weekend for a pair of Crossroads League contests. IWU opens on Friday vs. Bethel (Ind.) at 7 p.m. and then plays at Goshen (Ind.) on Saturday at 2 p.m.