- From an attacker's point of view, it was nearly a perfect game
for Northern Kentucky University's Kristina Eisenmenger.
recorded 15 kills and a .789 hitting percentage Friday night as
NKU rolled past Quincy, 30-25, 30-15, 30-18, in the Pepsi Arena.
The sophomore right-side hitter collected her 15 kills in 19 attempts
with no errors.
Liz Holmes added
16 kills and attacked at a .464 clip for the Norse, who improved
to 12-8 overall, 6-2 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. NKU hit
.355 as a team and upped its lead in the all-time series with Quincy
only defeat to Quincy came on Sept. 11, 1998, when the Lady Hawks
outlasted NKU in five games at Quincy, Ill.
Holmes, a junior
middle hitter, now has 1,089 career kills at NKU. She needs 28 kills
to move into ninth place on the Norse's all-time career list.
dished out 44 assists and had four kills for NKU. Lanham increased
her career assists total to 4,137, and she is just the second player
in Norse history to surpass 4,000 assists.
Andrea Price finished with nine kills and a .333 hitting percentage.
NKU limited Quincy (4-14 overall, 1-7 GLVC) to a .101 hitting percentage,
and the Norse defense finished with a 45-40 edge in digs.
Zumdick led the back row by collecting 11 digs. She also served
up two aces for the Norse, who extended their winning streak to
its road trip Saturday with a GLVC match at Missouri-St. Louis.
The Norse return home Oct. 6 to meet GLVC-leading Southern Illinois
at Edwardsville in Regents Hall.