Trinity Bible College 51 – Brenna Anderson 15pts. Kayleigh Mannering 13pts. Abby Molan 12pts.
Valley City State 89 – Mya Morris 13pts. Klaire Cotton 12pts. Adriana Torres 12pts. Ellie Powell 10pts & 12rbs.
Black Hills State 58 – Morgan Hammerbeck 21pts & 8rbs. Ellie Moore 12pts.
U-Mary 56 – Mariah McKeever 21pts. Lexie Schneider 17pts & 13rbs. Megan Zander 11pts.
Trinity Bible College 62 – Marcells Mencarini 17pts.
Valley City State 100 – Six players in double figures, led by: Lamar Grayson 14pts. Cleveland Bedgood 13pts.
Northland 62 – Drew Lindberg 10pts.
Bemidji State 105 – Dalton Albrecht 18pts. John Sutherland 17pts. Daxton Dayley 16pts. Colin Schaefer 14pts.
Southwest MN State 67 – Aeron Stevens 19pts.
Drake University 87 – Atin Wright 25pts. Tucker DeVries 21pts. & rbs. Kevin Overton 19pts.
Mitchell, S.D. – The Dakota Wesleyan volleyball team had four players named to the 2023 GPAC All-Conference team while also having Ady Dwight named as the GPAC Attacker-of-the-Year. Dwight earned First Team honors, true freshman setter Kayleigh Hybertson was named to the second team while libero Tya Weideman and hybrid outside hitter and defensive specialist Elizabeth Tyler earned Honorable Mention honors.
(5) Northern State 0 – Hanna Thompson 11K. Abby Brooks 8K. Keri Walker 27 set ast. Abby Meister 14d.
(4) St. Cloud State 3 (21, 19, 14) – Kenzie Foley 16K. & 13digs. Sam Zimmerman 11K.
(8) Sioux Falls 0 – Sadie Voss 14K. & 9digs. Jordan Kuper 11K.
(1) Wayne State 3 (23, 14, 16) – Kelsie Cada 15K. Maggie Brahmer 12K. Rachel Walker 39set ast & 10digs.
(7) Winona State 0 – Lydia Lange 8K.
(2) Concordia St. Paul 3 (14, 20, 15) – Emma Schmidt 12K. & 8digs. Jasmine Mulvihill 11K. Katie Mattson 11K.
(6) MN-Duluth 3 (17, 15, 21-25, 21) – Cianna Selbitschka 17K & 11digs. Payton Addink 17K.
(3) Southwest MN State 1 – Leah Jones 15K. & 8digs. Saari Kuehl 10K.
The 2023 ESD All-Conference Volleyball team was announced on Tuesday, and Aberdeen Central’s Grace Kuch was named to the squad. The senior outside hitter went down on October 12th in warmups against Harrisburg and saw her season come to a close with an injury. Head Coach Jackie Bindenagel says, “You can’t replace a kid like her on the court, she provides so much leadership & stability and her ability to score a point when you need it (is so important).” Before her injury, Kuch was the leading attacker with the program, as she led the squad in kills.