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Womens Volleyball Headed into Region

Macie Gordon gets up to tip the ball over the blocker in the game against Southern Idaho. Photo by Snow College Athletics.

Snow Colleges volleyball team has been flying through the season while competing at a top level. The Lady Badgers are 14-3, with all 3 losses coming from teams ranked top seven in the nation..

Their record speaks for itself, but Macie Gordon, a right side hitter for the Badgers says,”Record’s don’t matter, the only thing that matters is the region tournament, that's where we need to be most prepared.” The Badgers only have a couple more divisional games before the Region Championship against some ranked competition.

The Lady Badgers had a hard fought loss to #6 USU Eastern where the Badgers led in every category besides aces and USUE somehow pulled off the win.

Gordon also mentioned improvements from losses such as this,”Not dwelling on those mistakes that we made, we got to forget them and move on but also learn from them.”

Kesa Makasini recorded a double-double for the Badgers as she tallied 16 kills and 12 digs. Two other Badgers finished in double figures in kills, namely Ashlynn Olsen with 14 and Tricia Tua'one with 12. Meg Carter also recorded a double-double with 24 assists and 10 digs while Corinne Taysom handed out 20 helpers. Hannah Smith led the way in digs with 25 while Sage Loveland had 15 digs.

Come support your Lady Badgers in their last games of the regular season in their quest for the title of Region Champs.

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