Junior setter Andi Rozum dished out a team-best 32 assists while libero Jill Dorsey had a match-high 16 digs on the night. All 15 Jayhawks saw action in the match as the team boasted a .407 hitting percentage and 14 service aces (five from Correa).
The Alumni team was led by Danielle Geronymo and Nancy Bell who each added six kills. Sarah Rome, a 2003 senior, and Laura Rohde also added five kills apiece. KU held the Alumni to just a .094 hitting percentage and 39 kills.
"We had good balance tonight, five kids had nine or more kills and everyone had a chance to play," head coach Ray Bechard said. "It was great to get them in front of a crowd."
Over 30 Kansas volleyball alumni attended the match. Former KU head coach Bob Lockwood (1979-84) directed the alumni bench.
Kansas will open regular season play Sept. 1 at Arkansas. The Lady Razorbacks went 27-7 last season and return four starters from their 2003 roster.
"I wouldn't have scheduled the match at Arkansas if I didn't think these kids could handle it," Bechard said. "Arkansas plays a fast game and we have to be ready for them next week."