ETSU finishes 9-2 on its home court for the second consecutive season.
"We are a driven team right now," said head coach Lindsey Devine. "We know that every match is an opportunity fine tune our skills in preparation for the A-Sun tournament.."
The Lady Bucs (23-5) controlled the match from the outset, hitting .341 in the opening game en route to 30-21 victory. Junior Callie Kiselich (
It was more of the same in the second frame, as the Lady Bucs hit .357, led by senior Crystal Palmer's (
The Catamounts (7-25) hung tough in the third stanza, but Kiselich, Palmer and Sartor again paced ETSU, combining for 14 kills and the Lady Bucs closed out the sweep 30-28.
Kiselich finished with a match-high 19 kills, followed by Palmer's 13 and 12 from Sartor. Senior Nani Emerson (
The Lady Bucs return to action Sunday afternoon at Milligan. Match time is scheduled for