Doane College wasted little time in ending Nebraska Wesleyan's winning streak as the Tigers made quick work of the Prairie Wolves winning 3-0 in GPAC Volleyball action on Tuesday (Oct. 28) in Crete, Neb.
The match lasted only one hour as 24th-ranked Doane won in three quick sets with scores of 25-16, 25-13, 25-14. NWU had its five-match winning streak snapped to fall to 16-9 overall and 7-6 in the GPAC. Doane improves to 22-7 and 9-4 in the GPAC.
The second meeting between the two teams was not like the first matchup that was a competitive five-set battle that went down to the final point before Doane won, 3-2.
NWU was held to a .050 hitting percentage committing 20 attack errors with only 25 kills. The Prairie Wolves also had eight reception errors, two service errors and a blocking error.
Abby Bade led NWU with eight kills, while GPAC libero-of-the-week Erika Goldsmith had 13 digs.
Doane had an outstanding hitting night pounding out 46 kills with a attack percentage of .388. Chelsee Marvin hit .600 with 16 kills to lead the way.
The two teams did join together in the fight against breast cancer with another dig pink night. The two teams combined to raise over $200 in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Mont. All donations go to the Side-Out foundation.