right-side hitter Kristina Eisenmenger (left) moved up to
eighth on the NKU all-time career kills list Friday night.
She now has 1,403 kills at NKU and has helped the Norse win
eight straight matches.
- Kristina Eisenmenger tallied 13 kills as Northern Kentucky University
posted a 25-14, 25-22, 27-25 victory against Wisconsin-Parkside
on Friday night and extended its winning streak to eight matches.
Kim Nemcek added
eight kills and hit .500 for NKU, which improved to 9-2 overall,
2-0 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. The Norse attacked at
a .326 clip and upped their advantage in the all-time series with
the Rangers to 27-2.
a senior right-side hitter from Notre Dame Academy, moved past Tristen
Dye for eighth place on NKU’s all-time list with 1,403 career
kills. She attacked at a .385 clip for the match and converted a
key attack in the third set with Wisconsin-Parkside holding a 24-23
collected 35 assists, five kills and hit .625 for the match. Kelsey
Wesaw added seven kills for the Norse, while teammate Noelle Peterson
finished with six kills.
led the defense with 11 digs and also served up two aces. NKU hit
.423 in the opening set and rolled to a 25-14 win, and the Norse
held off the Rangers (3-8, 0-3 GLVC) in the final two stanzas to
notch the road victory.
NKU plays two-time
defending GLVC Tournament champion Lewis at 4 p.m. Saturday in Romeoville,
Ill. The Flyers are ranked 24th nationally in the NCAA Division
to Louisville, Ky., on Tuesday to meet Bellarmine before returning
home to meet Saint Joseph’s in Regents Hall next Friday at
7 p.m. The following afternoon, the Norse play host to Indianapolis
at 3 p.m.