TC volleyball wins fourth straight match

Tabor extending its winning streak to four matches after pulling off two conference road wins against Sterling College and McPherson College last Tuesday and Saturday.

The wins put them in second place in the KCAC, just 21?2 games behind leader Kansas Wesleyan, with a 10-3 conference record and a 14-9 overall record.

Senior Tina Frick was named KCAC Player and Hitter of the Week and Tabor?s Hollister Wolf was named the Setter of the Week.

?Tina Frick certainly took her game up a notch this week,? coach Amy Ratzlaff said. ?Her play against Sterling and McPherson was remarkable with 5.9 kills per game and with a .604 hitting percentage. She was simply unstoppable.?

Ratzlaff also said Wolf displayed incredible ability this week, averaging 12.3 assists a game.

?Holli was an anchor for our offense this week, but her defense was also a strong force on the court,? Ratzlaff said.

McPherson?Tabor made short work of the Bulldogs, 25-23, 25-21, 25-19 Saturday.

Tina Frick led the offense with 16 kills and teammate Jessie Vogts added 13. Hollister Wolf contributed 41 assists.

Wolf, Hollie Tabor and Amy Jo Maphet anchored the Bluejay defense with 14, 13 and 12 digs, respectively.

Vogts also had a solo block.

Sterling?The Warriors fell to Tabor in a four-game contest, 25-23, 23-25, 25-16, 25-23.

Tina Frick once again led the offense with 21 kills and Jessica Wollenburg added 12. Hollister Wolf contributed 45 assists to the Bluejays? 60 kills.

Amy Jo Maphet led the defense with 14 digs and Wollen?burg contributed five blocks.

Coming?The Bluejays were scheduled for a road match with conference leader Kansas Wesleyan Oct. 24, before hosting Friends University Oct. 26 and traveling to Southwestern College Saturday.

Matches begin at 7 p.m., 7 p.m. and 3 p.m.

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