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Volleyball Finishes Pitt State Classic

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Press Release Pittsburg State University:

The Pitt StateVolleyball team lost its final two matches of the Pittsburg State VolleyballClassic to Rockhurst and Missouri Western, both by 3-0 scores. 

The Gorillas lost match one to Rockhurst. The Hawks finished the tournament 4-0and did not lose a set. Pitt State fell by scores of 25-21, 25-14 and 25-10.

Rockhurst outhit the Gorillas .233 to .065 and outblocked the home team 7.0 to4.0.

Individually Crystal Whitten notched double figure kills with 13. Jordan Rehmled the team with 15 digs. Paula Okrutna had a team-leading three blockassists. 

Rockhurst had no hitters in double figures, though they had four with eight ormore kills in the match. Four different players achieved double figures indigs.

Pitt State fell by scores of 25-18, 25-21 and 25-18 to Missouri Western. 

The Griffons hit .205 to .081 for the Gorillas. Each team put up 8.0 teamblocks.

Whitten led the Gorillas with a double-double, recording 12 kills and 10 digs.Jordan Rehm added 13 digs. Haylee Gregory led the team with six total blocks,one solo and six assisted. Madi Mosier and Gregory each added six kills for theGorillas and each hit over .400 for the team.

The Gorillas will play their first road matches of the season next weekend asthey travel to Warrensburg. Mo. for the Peggy Martin Classic on September13-14. 

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