The Iowa State volleyball team will host Kansas in the regular season finale and celebrate senior day on Saturday at Hilton Coliseum. First serve is slated for 1 p.m.
The IowaState volleyball team will host
Kansas in the regular season
finale and celebrate senior day on Saturday at Hilton Coliseum. First serve is
The Cyclones (15-15, 8-11 Big 12) will honor their four seniors prior to
the match. Katy Amundson, Amanda Craig, Katie Kruenegel and Ashlie McWee will be
playing in their final home matches at Hilton Coliseum.
IowaState is still in the hunt for an
NCAA tournament berth despite dropping a 3-1 decision to Texas A&M on
Wednesday night. Against the Aggies, Erin Boeve led the way with 17 kills. Katie
Jessen (16 kills), Jessica Klein (13 kills) and Meghan Ferrie (11 kills) also
reached double-figures for the Cyclones in the loss.
Junior libero Katie Churm, boosted her chances of becoming the Cyclones
first player to lead the Big 12 in any statistical category with her 17 dig
effort. Churm is averaging 4.36 digs per game, ahead of Texas A&M's Holly
Clay, who is averaging 4.16 digs.
Kansas (15-13, 7-12 Big 12), winners of three of its last five, fell to
Missouri, 3-1, on Wednesday night in Columbia, Mo. Paula Caten and Josi Lima led
the way for Kansas, recording 14
and 13 kills, respectively. Caten also had 19 digs in the loss.
Earlier this season, IowaState defeated
Kansas, 3-1, in
Lawrence to end a 10-match losing
streak to the Jayhawks. Katie Jessen had 16 kills to lead ISU to the