Volleyball Makes Quick Work of Maple Leafs
GOSHEN, Ind. – In a match that lasted just over an hour, Indiana Wesleyan University volleyball collected their fourth straight Crossroads League win in a 3-0 contest at Goshen (Ind.). The Maple Leafs managed a total of 47 points in the three sets and the Wildcats were efficient with a .315 attack percentage.
Indiana Wesleyan played extremely well in the opening two sets but it was just setting the stage for the third and final act. IWU hit a staggering .552 in the final set with 17 kills and just 1 error in 29 chances.
Marci Miller ended the afternoon with a .474 attack percentage. Her 11 kills were the second most in the game and only trailed teammate and sister Kelly Miller who had 13.
“Today I want to celebrate the little things. The players have grown and are achieving personal victories every match. We as a team are getting 1-percent better every day. I am proud of the fight and togetherness that has given us our flight. I anticipate great things as we are climbing towards our goals.”
Indiana Wesleyan has won four straight – all in league play – and look to extend that in their next match which is Friday at Marian (Ind.). The Knights are currently 5-1 and second place in the Crossroads League.