Nov. 2, 2013
RENO, Nev. – The University of Nevada (2-22, 0-12 MW) volleyball team lost a Mountain West match in three sets to San José State (6-16, 3-8 MW) on Saturday night at the Virginia Street Gym. The Spartans won by scores of 25-18, 25-20 and 28-26.
The loss dropped the Wolf Pack to 2-22 on the season and 0-12 in conference play. The Spartans improved to 6-16 and 3-8 in MW action.
The first set featured eight ties and five lead changes before the Spartans prevailed 25-18. SJSU used a 14-7 run to break the final tie of 11 to win the first set. The Spartans scored the first four points of the second set and never trailed in winning 25-20.
The final set was tied 13 times and there were three lead changes but the Spartans won 28-26 to complete the sweep. Nevada led 24-23 and 25-24 but was unable to get the final point to take the third set.
Grace Anxo led Nevada with 11 kills in the match. Freshman setter Lyndsey Anderson finished with 12 assists and senior setter Dana Holt had 11.
Hanah Blume totaled 14 kills and Mary Alice O’Reilly 11 for SJSU. Michaela Leonard dished out 41 assists.
The Pack hit .232 and the Spartans .275 in the match. SJSU had seven blocks while the Pack totaled six.
Nevada returns to the road for a pair of MW road matches at Wyoming on Thursday night and at Colorado State Saturday evening.
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