Quantcast

Final week of the regular season on tap in MIAA volleyball - KOAM TV 7

Final week of the regular season on tap in MIAA volleyball

Updated:
 The final week of the regular season is on tap for MIAA volleyball as they move into week eleven. 


Upcoming MIAA Previews:
#17 Central Missouri at home for two
Record: 20-8, 17-3 MIAA      Nov. 11: #17 UCM vs. Northwest Missouri 7 p.m.
Nov. 14: #17 UCM vs. Missouri Western 7 p.m.
#17 Central Missouri will close out the regular season with home matches against Northwest Missouri and Missouri Western. The Jennies are led on the attack by Carly Sojka who is averaging 4.01 kills per set and Haley Thompson who is hitting .324 with an average of 3.09 kills per set. Kourtney Thompson serves as they team's primary setter and is averaging 10.32 assists per set. On the return MIAA Specialist of the Week Annie Reilly is averaging 5.63 digs per set and Haley Thompson is averaging 1.08 blocks per set.

Central Oklahoma closes out regular season at home
Record: 24-5, 15-5 MIAA   Nov. 11: UCO vs. Southwest Baptist 6 p.m.
Nov. 15: UCO vs. Pittsburg State 7 p.m.
Central Oklahoma will be at home against Southwest Baptist and Pittsburg State as they close out the regular season. The Bronchos are led by Barbara Jackson with 4.06 kills per set and Allison Barr with a .330 hitting percentage and an average of 2.36 kills per set. Primary setter Katy Davis is averaging a team best 11.42 assists per set. On the return Whitney Gifford is averaging 5.81 digs per set and Juliette Smith leads the way with 1.25 blocks per set.

Emporia State closes out season at home
Record: 14-11, 10-10 MIAA     Nov. 14: ESU vs. #6 Nebraska-Kearney 7 p.m.
Nov. 15: ESU vs. Fort Hays State 3 p.m.
Emporia State will look to close out the regular season above .500 in league play as they finish with two at home. The Hornets are led on the attack by Carly Spicer who is averaging 3.66 kills per set. In a two setter system Kimberly Bell is averaging a team best 6.01 assists and Sydney Hartman 4.19 assists per set. On the return Kelly Holden is averaging 4.51 digs and Courtney Haring 1.15 blocks per set.

Fort Hays State heads out on the road
Record: 13-16, 7-13 MIAA     Nov. 11: FHSU at #13 Washburn 7 p.m.  
Nov. 15: FHSU at Emporia State 3 p.m.
Fort Hays State will travel to Topeka to face Washburn before heading down the road to face Emporia State later in the week. The Tigers are led on the attack by Mallory Flagor who is averaging 3.16 kills per set. In a two setter system Libby Ary is averaging 5.62 assists and Kristin Conor 4.88 assists per set. On the return Keanu Bradley is averaging 5.37 digs per set.

Lindenwood closes out the year at home
Record: 5-23, 2-18 MIAA     Nov. 11: LWU vs. Missouri Western 7 p.m. 
Nov. 15: LWU vs. Northwest Missouri 2 p.m.
Lindenwood will welcome Missouri Western and Northwest Missouri as they close out the season. The Lions are led on the attack by Shannon Doyle who is averaging 2.69 kills per set. In a two setter system Sarah-Jame Pavlik is averaging 8.03 assists and Ivy Reynolds 4.19 assists per set. On the return Anna Reichert is averaging 4.40 digs and Sarah Makowki 1.25 blocks per set.

Missouri Southern on the road for two
Record: 7-21, 4-16 MIAA       Nov. 11: MSSU vs. Pittsburg State 7 p.m. 
Nov. 15: MSSU vs. Southwest Baptist 5 p.m.
Missouri Southern will be at home against Pittsburg State and Southwest Baptist as they close out the season. The Lions are led by Katie Politte with 3.16 kills per set and Callie Whetstone leads the nation with 1.52 blocks per set. Primary setter Abby Finder leads the team with 8.79 assists per set. On the return Katie Wiele is leading the way with 3.61 digs per set.

Missouri Western hits the road 
Record: 21-7, 15-5 MIAA     Nov. 11: MWSU at Lindenwood 7 p.m.
Nov. 14: MWSU at #17 Central Missouri 7 p.m.
Missouri Western will hit the road as they close out the regular season against Lindenwood and #17 Central Missouri. The Griffons are led on the attack by Jessie Thorup who is averaging 3.66 kills and Erica Rottinhaus with 3.57 kills per set. Primary setter Jordan Chohon is averaging 11.91 assists per set. On the return Sarah Faubel is averaging 3.78 digs and Amanda Boender 1.15 blocks per set.

#6 Nebraska-Kearney faces off with #13 WU
Record: 25-3, 17-3 MIAA      Nov. 14: #7 UNK at Emporia State 7 p.m.
Nov. 15: #7 UNK at #13 Washburn 7 p.m.
#6 Nebraska-Kearney will close out the regular season on the road including a match-up with #13 Washburn. The Lopers are led on the attack Kelle Carver is averaging 2.82 kills per set with a .302 hitting percentage. Primary setter Erin Seele is averaging 11.63 assists per set. On the return Liz McGowan is averaging a team best 4.47 digs per set.

Northwest Missouri hits the road
Record: 10-18, 7-13  MIAA  Nov. 11: NWMSU at #17 Central Mo. 7 p.m.
Nov. 15: NWMSU at Lindenwood 2 p.m.
Northwest Missouri will hit the road to close out the season. The Bearcats are led on the attack by Jackie Becker who is averaging 2.65 kills per set. The team's primary setter Sarah Dannettell is averaging 10.25 assists per set. On the return Bailey Vance is averaging a team best 4.05 digs per set.

Pittsburg State closes out road trip
Record: 10-18, 7-13 MIAA  Nov. 11: PSU at Missouri Southern 7 p.m. 
Nov. 15: PSU at Central Oklahoma 7 p.m.
Pittsburg State will close out a four game road trip as they close out the season. The Gorillas are led by Madi Mosier who is averaging 3.51 kills per set. Primary setter Hayley Hansford is averaging 9.95 assists per set. On the return Ashlen Schwartz is averaging 4.54 digs per set.

Southwest Baptist closes out season on the road
Record: 9-19, 4-16 MIAA   Nov. 11: SBU at Central Oklahoma 6 p.m. 
Nov. 15: SBU at Missouri Southern 5 p.m.
Southwest Baptist will close out the season away from home. The Bearcats are led by Lori Angello who is averaging 2.81 kills per set. Primary setter Kelsey Frankhauser is averaging 9.41 assists per set. On the return Hannah Blount is averaging 5.13 digs per set on the year.

#13 Washburn closes out regular season at home
Record: 23-5, 15-5 MIAA  Nov. 11: #13 WU vs. Fort Hays St. 7 p.m.
Nov. 15: #13 WU vs. #6 Nebraska-Kearney 7 p.m.
#13 Washburn will close out the regular season at home against #6 UNK. MIAA Hitter of the Week Leanna Willer is averaging 3.64 kills per set. Primary setter Natalie Bates is averaging 9.24 assists per set. On the return Alyssa Carney is averaging 4.91 digs per set and Mattie-Ann Swenson is averaging 1.02 blocks per set on the year.


  • Local NewsMore>>

  • LaTurner Files for Full 4 Year Term

    Friday, May 25 2018 10:24 PM EDT2018-05-26 02:24:31 GMT
    Kansas State Treasurer Jake LaTurner has filed for a full four year term. LaTurner, the youngest statewide official in the nation at 30-years-old, says it has been is honor to serve Kansans in the position for the past year. LaTurner says "I will continue to work hard every single day to build upon our record of success.” In a press release LaTurner representatives say the Treasurer has returned $24.6 million in unclaimed property, and was instrumental in rolling out...More >>
    Kansas State Treasurer Jake LaTurner has filed for a full four year term. LaTurner, the youngest statewide official in the nation at 30-years-old, says it has been is honor to serve Kansans in the position for the past year. LaTurner says "I will continue to work hard every single day to build upon our record of success.” In a press release LaTurner representatives say the Treasurer has returned $24.6 million in unclaimed property, and was instrumental in rolling out...More >>
  • Crews Battle Vehicle Fire On Highway 69

    Crews Battle Vehicle Fire On Highway 69

    Friday, May 25 2018 10:18 PM EDT2018-05-26 02:18:29 GMT
    The Cherokee Township, Weir, and Galena Fire Departments fought a vehicle fire today (May 25) around 7:30 p.m. on Highway 69 near Highway 103. According to authorities a truck was heading south on 69 Highway when the vehicle started smoking. The truck was then completely engulfed by flames. The driver managed to escape the vehicle without any serious injury. Crews had the fire put out by 8:00 p.m. No word yet on what caused the truck to catch on fire.More >>
    The Cherokee Township, Weir, and Galena Fire Departments fought a vehicle fire today (May 25) around 7:30 p.m. on Highway 69 near Highway 103. According to authorities a truck was heading south on 69 Highway when the vehicle started smoking. The truck was then completely engulfed by flames. The driver managed to escape the vehicle without any serious injury. Crews had the fire put out by 8:00 p.m. No word yet on what caused the truck to catch on fire.More >>
  • Iola Claims State Baseball Title

    Iola Claims State Baseball Title

    Friday, May 25 2018 10:18 PM EDT2018-05-26 02:18:06 GMT

    The Iola Mustangs topped Bishop Ward 11-6 Friday night to win the 4A-DII state baseball championship.

    More >>

    The Iola Mustangs topped Bishop Ward 11-6 Friday night to win the 4A-DII state baseball championship.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly

KOAM - Licensed to Pittsburg, Kansas
Send tips, ideas and press releases to: tips@koamtv.com
Send newsroom questions or comments to: comments@koamtv.com
Phone: (417) 624-0233 or (620) 231-0400
Web comments or questions: webmaster@koamtv.com
Newsroom Fax: (417) 624-3158

Powered by WorldNow All content © Copyright 2000 - 2018 KOAM. All Rights Reserved. For more information on this site, please read our Privacy Policy, and Terms of Service, and Ad Choices.