Ind. - Sophomore middle hitter Kim Nemcek recorded 14 kills and
a .478 hitting percentage to lead the Northern Kentucky University
volleyball team to a four-set victory against Saint Joseph’s
on Friday night.
added three blocks for NKU, which won by scores of 25-14, 25-12,
18-25, 25-18. The Norse, ranked 25th nationally in the NCAA Division
II poll, improved to 23-5 overall.
NKU is also
12-1 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference and has won 10 straight
matches against GLVC opponents since a Sept. 13 loss at Lewis.
directed the NKU offense to a .301 hitting percentage and finished
with 39 assists. Chelsea Clark served up three aces and collected
11 digs, while teammate Kelsey Wesaw finished with 10 kills.
added 13 kills and attacked at a .433 clip for NKU, which is now
35-5 all-time against Saint Joseph’s. The Norse have beaten
the Pumas 16 consecutive times during the past eight seasons.
last victory against NKU occurred on Nov. 3, 2000, when the Pumas
pulled out a five-set win over the Norse at Rensselaer, Ind.
NKU meets Indianapolis
in a GLVC East Division showdown Saturday at 3 p.m. The Norse posted
a four-set win against the Greyhounds earlier this season in Regents
Hall. NKU owns a 35-9 advantage in the all-time series against Indianapolis.