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MIAA volleyball digs into week six

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#4 Central Missouri travels to Joplin
Record: 17-0, 6-0 MIAA  Oct. 11: #4 UCM vs. Arkansas Tech 2p.m.   
Oct. 11: #4 UCM vs. Southwestern Oklahoma State 6 p.m.    Oct.12: #4 UCM vs. Harding 1 p.m.
#4 Central Missouri will travel to Joplin to take part in the Missouri SouthernCrossover in week number six. The Jennies are led by Taylor Goodness who isaveraging 3.91 kills per set while hitting .326 and MIAA Hitter of the WeekCarly Sojka who is averaging 2.75 kills per set. MIAA Specialist of the WeekJulia Bates is averaging 11.09 assists per set on the year. On defense AnnieReilly is averaging 5.12 digs and Haley Thompson 0.98 blocks per set.

Central Oklahoma faces two at home in week six
Record: 12-4, 4-3 MIAA    Oct. 12: UCO vs. Oklahoma City 12 p.m.
Oct. 12: UCM vs. Langston 4:30 p.m.
Central Oklahoma will step outside the league for two at home in the sixth weekof play. The Bronchos are led by Barbara Jackson who is averaging 3.33 killsper set. In a two setter offense Katy Davis is averaging 6.55 assists per setand Taylyn Schwartz 6.85 assists per set. On the defense side of the net TateHardaker is averaging 5.96 digs per set and Juliette Smith 1.11 blocks per set.

Emporia State hits the road in week six
Record: 8-6, 2-4 MIAA     Oct. 8: ESU at MWSU 7p.m.    Oct. 11: ESU vs. South Dakota Mines 12 p.m.
Oct. 11: ESU vs. Harding 4 p.m.    Oct. 12: ESU vs. SoutheasternOklahoma State 9 a.m.
Emporia State will hit the road for four, three outside the league, during weeksix. The Hornets are led by Carly Spicer who is averaging 2.71 kills per setwhile hitting .333 on the year. In a two setter offense Macki Pankratz isaveraging 5.53 assists per set and Sydney Hartman 4.92 assists per set. Ondefense Kelly Holden is averaging 4.44 digs per set and Courtney Haring isaveraging 1.00 blocks per set.

Fort Hays State heads for Oklahoma 
Record: 3-11, 1-6 MIAA  
Oct. 8: FHSU at Oklahoma Panhandle State 4 p.m.   Oct. 8: FHSU vs.Northwestern Oklahoma State 6 p.m.
Fort Hays State will look to bounce back as they head to Goodwell, Okla. formatches with Oklahoma Panhandle and Northwestern Oklahoma State. The Tigers areled on the attack by Taylor Mares who is averaging 2.36 kills per set. LibbyAry is averaging 5.18 assists per set on the year while Makenzie Weinman isaveraging 4.41 digs per set.

Lindenwood faces a light week six
Record: 5-11, 2-3 MIAA
Oct. 8: LWU at Missouri St. Louis 7 p.m.
Lindenwood will hit the road as they face a light week with just one match inweek six. The Lions are led by Aleah Rosenau averaging 2.62 kills per set andKayla Guyot averaging 2.61 kills per set. Emma Brydels is the teams primarypasser averaging 8.95 assists per set. On defense Ann Reichert is averaging3.61 digs per set on the year.

Missouri Southern hosts crossover
Record: 3-11, 0-6 MIAA     Oct. 10: MSSU vs. #13 WU 7p.m.   Oct. 11: MSSU vs. Southeastern Oklahoma State 6 p.m.
Oct. 12: MSSU vs. South Dakota Mines 11 a.m.     Oct. 12:MSSU vs. Arkansas Tech 3 p.m. 
Missouri Southern will look to get back to the winning side as they host theMissouri Southern Crossover. The Lions are led by Katie Politte who isaveraging 3.54 kills per set. Abby Finder is the teams primary setter averaging8.38 assists per set. On defense Politte is averaging 2.36 digs per set andPayton Graves 0.82 blocks per set.

Missouri Western travels to Missouri Southern
Record: 6-10, 4-3 MIAA     Oct. 8: MWSU vs. ESU 7p.m.     Oct. 11: MWSU vs. Southwestern Oklahoma State 12p.m.
Oct. 11: MWSU vs. South Dakota Mines 4 p.m.   Oct. 12: MWSU vs. EastCentral 11 a.m.
Missouri Western will host Emporia State before traveling to the MissouriSouthern Crossover to close out week six. The Griffons are led by EricaRottinghaus who is averaging 3.02 kills per set. Jordan Chohon is averaging5.63 assists per set and Kelly Scannell is averaging 4.86 assists per set. Ondefense Sarah Faubel is averaging 4.22 digs per set and Amanda Boender isaveraging 1.11 blocks per set.

#8 Nebraska-Kearney heads out east
Record: 14-2, 4-1 MIAA    Oct. 8: #8 UNK vs. #15 Wayne State 7p.m.    Oct. 11: #8 UNK at Pace 6 p.m.
Oct. 12: #8 UNK vs. Marrimack 1:30 p.m.    Oct. 12: #8 UNK atNew Haven 4 p.m.
#8 Nebraska-Kearney will face #15 Wayne State before traveling the eastern U.S.The Lopers are led by Ashley Leitner who is averaging 4.00 kills per set. ErinSeele is the teams top passer averaging 11.37 assists per set. On defense MJMassanet is averaging 4.11 digs per set and Bailey Sokolowski is averaging 0.90blocks per set.

Northwest Missouri heads for Joplin
Record: 6-8, 2-3 MIAA    Oct. 10: NWMSU at PSU 2p.m.  
Oct. 11: NWMSU vs. SEOSU 2 p.m. Oct. 12:  vs. HU/SWOSU 11 a.m./1 p.m.
Northwest Missouri will face Pittsburg State before traveling to the MSSU Crossover.The Bearcats are led by Abby Graves who is averaging 3.44 kills per set.Bridget Hanafin is the team primary passer averaging 10.54 assists per set.Bailey Vance leads the defense averaging 4.46 digs per set on the year.

Pittsburg State crosses border for MSSU Crossover
Record: 6-9, 3-4 MIAA  Oct. 10: PSU vs. NWMSU 7 p.m.
Oct. 11: PSU vs. ECU/ATU 2/6 p.m. Oct. 12: PSU vs. SWOSU 3 p.m.
Pittsburg State will face Northwest Missouri before traveling to the MSSUCrossover. On the attack Crystal Whitten is averaging 3.81 kills per set.Hayley Hansford is averaging 9.22 assists per set on the year. On defenseJordan Rehm is averaging 5.24 digs per set and Haylee Gregory 0.84 blocks perset.

Southwest Baptist heads for MSSU crossover
Record: 10-5, 3-3 MIAA   Oct. 8: SBU vs. Avila 7 p.m.
Oct. 11: SBU vs. HU 12 p.m.  Oct. 12: SBU vs. SDM 9 a.m./ECU 3 p.m.
Southwest Baptist faces Avila at home before traveling to the MSSU Crossover.The Bearcats are led by Nikki Madoch who is averaging 2.51 kills per set.Kelsey Frankhauser is averaging 9.34 assists per set as the teams primarypasser. On defense Hannah Blount is averaging 4.82 digs per set.

#13 Washburn heads for Joplin
Record: 15-3, 5-0 MIAA  Oct. 10: #13 WU at MSSU 7 p.m. 
Oct. 11: #13 WU vs. ECU 4 p.m. Oct. 12:  vs. ATU/SEOSU 9 a.m./1 p.m. 
#13 Washburn will travel to Missouri Southern for a league match and theCrossover. On the attack the Ichabods are led by Marissa Cox who is averaging3.82 kills per set. Abby Wittman is the teams primary passer with 10.81 assistsper set. On defense Kelsey Lewis is averaging 4.32 digs per set.

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