The NDSCS Volleyball team had a tough game, which resulted in a loss, on the road against Bismarck State College (BSC) at 7 p.m. Wednesday evening. The Wildcats went four games, winning the second game, but fell short by a few points to the Mystics at the end of the match: 23-25, 25-20, 23-25 and 27-29.
The NDSCS defensive leader was Shellina Irwin, Wasilla, Ark., with an impressive 33 digs. On the offensive end, Katie Wangberg, Pine River, Minn., contributed 21 assists and 16 kills.
The Wildcats traveled to play BSC but couldn’t quite get things rolling while on the road. Head Coach Passa thought her team did much better on defense then offense. “We had great coverage but we are still struggling on serve/receive,” added Coach Passa. “The game could have gone either way.”
The NDSCS Volleyball team now has a record of 3-2 this season. The Cats hope to get back on track during the next match at the Columbus Tournament in Columbus, Neb. The tournament starts at 6 p.m. tonight, September 7 and will continue into Saturday, September 8.