|Our Lady of the Lake (Tex (21-6, 11-1 RRAC)||25||25||25||3|
|Schreiner University (3-24, 0-14 SCAC)||18||11||17||0|
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|#9 Kendall Groff - 9||Kills||#18 Kelsey Hamrick - 7|
|#13 Jessica Walaski - 1||Blocks||#21 Alyx Kruse - 2|
|#21 Raven Swain - 18||Digs||#3 Nichole West - 14|
|#24 Alexia Bustamante - 3||Aces||#4 Amanda Gomez - 1|
|Our Lady of the Lake (Tex||Team Statistics||Schreiner University|
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KERRVILLE, TEXAS (Nov. 1, 2016) – The Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) Saints volleyball team (21-6) defeated Schreiner University (3-24) in three sets (25-18, 25-11, 25-17) in its last nonconference game of the regular season.
The Saints' defense continued its suffocating ways, holding Schreiner University to an anemic .060 hitting percentage. It was a well-balanced effort, with three different Saints recording at least 15 digs. With the win, the Saints are 9-2 in the all-time series against Schreiner.
"We got contributions from a lot of people tonight. I thought our setters did a really good job of mixing up who they were setting to, getting the middle blockers involved first and then getting our outside hitters involved," Head Coach Jeremiah Tiffin said. "We got a lot of digs tonight to Raven SwainNfl Football Football Shirts Nfl Football Shirts Nfl Shirts Nfl Shirts Football Nfl (JR/Pflugerville, Texas), Brittany Martinez (SR/El Paso, Texas) and Audrey Contreras (SR/McAllen, Texas). So I'm really proud of the team. We have a couple of tough matches on the road, but I like where we are headed into the conference finals."
Chronicling the win
The Saints finished with a .241 hitting percentage, outpacing Schreiner University with 39 kills to 26 on the strength of a superior passing attack, getting 38 assists to Schreiner's 24. In the first set, the Saints finished with 13 kills on 24 attacks with five errors, while Schreiner University also had 13 kills and five errors, but needed 35 attacks to get them.
In the second set, the Saints' defense clamped down, holding Schreiner University to just four kills on 46 attempts with four errors. Offensively, the second set was the Saints' most efficient, recording 15 kills on 47 attacks with only three errors for a .255 hitting percentage.
The Saints had 11 kills on 27 attacks with five errors in the third and final set, while Schreiner University had nine kills on 36 attacks with 10 errors.
Online Cheap Jerseys Super Lewis Ray Shop Jersey Bowl Hockey (SR/Helotes, Texas) led the Saints with nine kills. Leilani Smith (SR/Hilo, Hawaii) had eight kills on 15 attacks with no errors for a match-high 0.533 hitting percentage. Swain continued her strong all-around play with 18 digs and seven kills. Janelle Solis (SR/San Antonio, Texas) led the team with 18 assists, while Alexia Bustamante (SR/Helotes, Texas) contributed 17 assists of her own.
The Saints finish their regular season on the road with conference games against Jarvis Christian College on Nov. 4, and Texas College on Nov. 5. They will defend their Red River Athletic Conference Championship (RRAC) at home, with OLLU hosting the RRAC Championship Tournament on Nov. 11-12.
Our Lady of the Lake University is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2016-2017 as a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. The University began competing in the NAIA in men's soccer and volleyball in 2007. A year later, they added women's soccer, golf and tennis. In 2009, the Saints began competing in cross-country, softball and basketball. In 2014, OLLU added two more sports — baseball and track and field. There are now 13 intercollegiate athletic teams at OLLU. All athletic alumni and up to two family members will receive free admission to basketball and volleyball games throughout the season. Baseball is not included in this special offer. All other home games are free and open to the public.