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Sunday, November 26, 2006

K-State sweeps KU in finale

Kansas volleyball

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— Senior Jana Correa had 13 digs in her final match for the Kansas University volleyball team, a loss at the hands of Kansas State. The Wildcats swept the Jayhawks, 3-0, Saturday in Ahearn Fieldhouse.

K-State dominated the first two games, 30-16 and 30-14, before squeaking out a victory in game three, 30-28.

Sophomore Savannah Noyes and junior Emily Brown led KU's shaky offense with 11 and nine kills, respectively.

Four seniors besides Correa played in their final match: Megan Hill, Jamie Mathewson, Linsey Morningstar and Dani Wittman. The seniors helped KU to three straight NCAA Tournament appearances, a streak that will end this season in all likelihood.

Kansas finished the season at 10-19 overall, 3-17 in the Big 12 Conference.

Comments

FlaHawk 13 years, 2 months ago

What a horrble way to end a promisingseason. BetLew wll not stand for this type of output!

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