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VU Volleyball earns fifth straight win with 3-0 decision over Lincoln Trail

The Vincennes University Volleyball Team registered a straight-sets victory over Lincoln Trail Monday night at the VU P.E. Complex to improve to 18-3 on its fifth consecutive win.

The Trailblazers claimed the match by scores of 25-18, 25-10, 25-16, as sophomore Kassidie Hayes had a team high 11 kills with no errors and freshman Gabrielle Medrado turned in 15 assists. Freshman Erica Kik led the way with three blocks, while freshman Hannah Bullock finished with six digs and freshman Genesis Milisde served five aces and chipped in with seven kills and two blocks.

The match's box score can be found at:

VU created some slight breathing room in the first set with four straight points to go up 18-13 and then preserve the lead by outscoring the Lady Statesmen 7-5 the rest of the way.

In the first set, the Trailblazers opened up a 19-8 advantage late in the set to take command. VU then held Lincoln Trail to just two more points. The final set was never very close and, after the Lady Statesmen scored four straight to close it to 19-13, VU stopped the mini-run and pulled away for the final.

On Wednesday, the Trailblazers will head to Frontier Community College in Fairfield, IL. That match is scheduled for 7 p.m. "Vincennes time."


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