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Volleyball falls 3-0 at home to Central Oklahoma

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The MissouriSouthern volleyball team looked strong in the opening set tonight againstvisiting Central Oklahoma, but the Lions could not pull out the opener andeventually lost three sets to none at Young Gymnasium. Individual set scoreswere 22-25, 11-25 and 19-25. 

Southern(3-9, 0-4 MIAA) led for most of the beginnning of the first set, but theBronchos (12-3, 4-2 MIAA) tied the set at 13 and took a 16-14 lead to force aSouthern timeout. The Lions tied the set at 20, but UCO would score five of thefinal seven points to take the set. 

UCO hit .318in the second set and .243 in the third to take the match. 

The Lionswere led offensively by setter AbbyFinder. She had seven kills, 25 assists, two aces, four digs and threeblocks, while hitting .545. KatiePolitte had eight kills, while KrishnaMerriman added seven of her own. MikaylaAvery had a team-high 11 digs, while PaytonGraves added five blocks. 

The Lionswill be back in action on Friday when Southern plays host to Missouri Westernat 7 pm from Young Gymnasium. 

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