Boise State Bronco Volleyball Team Moves To 18-7 With 3-Set Win Over The San Jose State Spartans

With three consecutive road wins, Boise State returns home for stretch run at the postseason.

SAN JOSE, California--The Boise State volleyball team advanced to 18-7 with a 25-21, 25-13, 25-21 victory over a game San Jose State team this afternoon, the Broncos' 10th sweep of the season.

The Broncos, 10-3 in the Mountain West Conference now will play at home for four of their final regular season matches in their quest for a first-ever berth in the NCAA National Volleyball Tournament.  

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Sophomore Sierra Nobley led four Broncos in double figures in kills with 14.  Freshman Sabryn Roberts had 11, while junior Maddy O'Donnell and sophomore Kaitlyn Oliver had 10 each.  Sarah Baugh had 43 assists and 3 blocks in her usual steady game as setter for Coach Shawn Garus' team.  Freshman Australia Phoebe Bell delivered four aces in the win.

O'Donnell and Oliver each hit 50% for the Broncos, while Nobley hit 35.5% and Roberts 35% even.  The Broncos were a phenomenal 39.8% as a team.

Tyanna Roy led San Jose State, which fell to 5-9 in the Mountain West and 13-14 overall, with 12 kills.

The Broncos host San Diego State Thursday night at 8 before meeting Nevada Saturday afternoon at 2.  Both matches will be in Bronco Gym.

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