Volleyball is “Killing” the Competition

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The Snow College Volleyball team is currently fourth in the nation. Playing a total of 17 matches, they have an overall record of 15 wins and two losses. The team has yet to play a conference or home game. 

On September 7th, sophomore setter, Macy Short was named conference player of the week. This was due to her 191 assists, 75 digs, 10 blocks, 27 kills, and 10 aces.

Players to look out for include number 20, KJ Strong, and number nine, Eden Whitmore, who boast 112 and 105 kills respectively. Other notable players include number seven, Kara Clayton, and number 12, Macie Gordon. 

When asked about the team’s performance this season, head volleyball coach Mike Daniels said, “They’re a special group of players. They’re performing great and getting better in practice and performance in games is getting better. They’re a smart, hardworking, intellectual group of girls.” 

In their latest tournament played at the College of Southern Idaho, the team battled through four matches. Their three wins were against Casper College (3-0), Laramie County Community College (3-1), and Blue Mountain Community College (3-0). Their one loss at the tournament, only the second of the season, was against Central Wyoming (2-3). 

Taya Ames, a Snow College Freshman said she is, “excited to see the volleyball team play at home. I’ve heard really good things about this team.” 

The Badgers will be taking on USU Eastern in their first conference game of the season. This team is said to be Snow’s volleyball team’s biggest rival. 

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