Women's Volleyball
Nevada Falls To Washington State


Tessa Lea`ea had 10 kills in the Washington State match.

Tessa Lea`ea had 10 kills in the Washington State match.

Sept. 2, 2011

Box Score

PORTLAND - The University of Nevada (0-4) volleyball team lost its first match of the Portland Nike Invitational on Friday morning to Washington State University (3-1) by scores of 25-17, 25-21 and 25-20.  With the loss the Wolf Pack stands at 0-4 on the season while the Cougars improved to 3-1.

WSU used an 8-3 run to break a 7-7 tie in the first set and cruised to the 25-17 victory.  The Pack hit zero in the set and the Cougars .214.

Set two was tied eight times before the Cougars pulled away for the 25-21 set victory and 2-0 match advantage.  Nevada improved its hitting percentage to .147 and WSU hit .194.

After seven ties and four lead changes WSU outscored the Pack 6-1 down the stretch to take set three 25-20 and the match 3-0.  Nevada hit .207 and the Cougars .269 in the final set.
Middle blockers Janelle Batista and Tessa Lea`ea led the Pack with 10 kills each.  Senior setter Tatiana Santiago dished out 24 assists and tied for team-high honors with nine digs.  Junior libero Kelly Chang also totaled nine digs in the match.

Meagan Ganzer posted a match-high 16 kills for the Cougars.  Camryn Irwin had a match-high 31 kills and Shawna Lum totaled 10 digs.

Nevada hit .126 in the match and WSU .222.  The Cougars won the blocking battle 8-6.  Senior Erin Garvey and Lea`ea had three blocks each for the Pack.  Ganzer and Marcelina Glab totaled five blocks apiece for the Cougars.

The Wolf Pack plays Butler this evening at 5:30 p.m.





 

 

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