"I'm very pleased that we worked so well together as a team today," said head coach Lindsey Devine. "We really came together and set our sights on finishing in three."
The Lady Bucs (18-5, 5-0) controlled the match from the opening game, hitting .444 in the opening game, on their way to a season high .350 hitting percentage for the match. Junior Callie Kiselich (
Game two yielded more of the same, as Kiselich added five more kills in just six attempts, while senior Jennifer Sartor (
The Lady Bucs completed the sweep with a 30-18 game three victory. Kiselich nailed five more kills, closely followed by Sartor's four and senior Crystal Palmer (
ETSU welcomes in conference co-leader Belmont Friday night at followed by Lipscomb Saturday afternoon at Both matches will be played in Brooks Gym.