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LWC Volleyball concludes home stand against Freed-Hardeman

By Kyle Jackson

The No. 15 Lindsey Wilson volleyball team (7-1, 5-0 Mid-South Conference) prepares to finish a three-game homestand with a third consecutive victory as they welcome Freed-Hardeman to Biggers Sports Center, 360 Spickard Drive, Columbia, KY today.

Live video and live stats will be available for this match. First serve is set for 3pmCT. Please view the Lindsey Wilson Athletics Home Attendance Protocols for more information.



Earlier this week, Lindsey Wilson completed the sweep of two Mid-South Conference opponents Pikeville (Ky.) and Cumberlands (Ky.) in three sets remaining perfect in conference play this season. Freed-Hardeman enters today's game after seeing a two-game winning streak snapped by Georgetown (Ky.) in three sets yesterday.

The Lions (12-7, 1-3 MSC) rank No. 1 in the NAIA in service aces averaging three aces per set. Lions Emma Self and Allie Humphry have combined for a total of 117 service aces this season and are both averaging at least one per set, the two highest averages in the MSC. In addition to service aces, the Lions also lead the conference in blocks with Ann Elise Jackson collecting a total of 64 blocks this year and an average of 1.1 block per set. Kacey Donegan has 269 kills this season and is averaging four kills per set, the most in the MSC.

As for Lindsey Wilson, the trio of Alexis Smith, Madison Bidwell, and Alix Stoermer continue to win sets for the Blue Raiders. Smith leads the team with 93 kills this season while Bidwell follows behind with 85 and Stoermer has 71. Both Stoermer and Bidwell currently have a hitting average of .340 and .264 respectively, the second and fourth highest in the MSC. Camryn Rich continues to lead the Blue Raiders in assists averaging ten per set, the highest in the MSC. Lauren Larzelere continues to stay strong on defense averaging five digs per set, the fifth-highest total in the MSC.


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