Ky. - Kelsey Wesaw recorded 14 kills and a .687 hitting percentage
Tuesday night as the Northern Kentucky University volleyball team
posted a 25-14, 25-14, 25-19 victory against Bellarmine in Knights
Kim Nemcek added
eight kills and attacked at a .727 clip for NKU, which won its 12th
consecutive match and improved to 21-3 overall. The 21st-ranked
Norse hit .449 as a team and upped their Great Lakes Valley Conference
record to 11-1.
NKU hit .556
in the second set and swept the match by attacking at a .500 clip
in the third stanza. Wesaw added four blocks, while Nemcek finished
with three blocks.
finished with 11 kills and hit .333 as the Norse defeated Bellarmine
for the 32nd consecutive time. NKU is now 56-8 all-time against
Bellarmine, which dropped to 6-10 overall this season, 6-6 in the
collected 37 assists and eight digs for NKU, which has not lost
to Bellarmine since the 1992 GLVC Tournament. Noelle Peterson added
six kills and hit .333.
this weekend at the GLVC/Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Crossover. NKU will meet three GLIAC schools - Grand Valley State,
Northern Michigan and Saginaw Valley State - in the two-day event
that is being held at Indianapolis, Ind.
NKU is the No.
2 seed from the GLVC. The Norse meet GLIAC No. 3 seed Northern Michigan
at 2:30 p.m. and No. 1 seed Grand Valley State at 5:30 p.m. on Friday.
the event Saturday by facing GLIAC No. 5 seed Saginaw Valley State
at 1 p.m.