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Trailblazers get road win at Shawnee

Ullin, Ill. - Vincennes traveled to take on Region 24 opponent Shawnee C.C. in Ullin, Ill. The Trailblazers took care of business winning in straight sets 25-16, 25-9, 25-10.

 

VU Statistical Leaders

Sophomore Ryli Bobbitt (Sullivan, Ind.) led the Blazers with 7 kills, and 5 blocks. Sophomore Ryleigh Fidler (Linton, Ind.) finished the match with 9 digs and 5 kills. Freshman Breanna Metzger (Tennyson, Ind.) finished with 6 kills. Sophomore Lauren McCrary (Vincennes, Ind.) had a career-night with 13 assists and 6 aces. Freshman Savannah Grimes (Dieterich, Ill.) also helped out VU with 8 assists. Freshman Morgen Tinkle (Rockville, Ind.) led Vincennes with 12 digs, and sophomore Alison Smith (Oakland, Ill.) finished her night with 7 digs and 4 blocks.

 

VU Coach Gary Sien says…

This was a good match for us as we were able to get in the entire roster. Lauren McCrary ran a nice offense and we scored on her serves. Ryli Bobbitt hit .75 % and blocked well. Morgen Tinkle and Kacee Nicholson were in the libero spot as Brantli Lannan was out for this match and they both did very well.”

 

Next up

Vincennes will be back at the PE Complex next weekend though, when they host Ancilla College and Joliet Junior College in the first Tri Match of the season on Saturday September 14th. The Blazers will take on Ancilla in the first match of the day starting at 11 am eastern and will finished the Tri Match facing Joliet JC at 3 pm eastern.

 


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