College volleyball: Bison swept for the first time in Summit League


FORT WAYNE, Ind. - Mayara Schlindwein had 13 kills and two aces to lead Indiana-Purdue-Fort Wayne to a 25-21, 25-13, 25-16 win over North Dakota State in Summit league volleyball on Saturday.

It marks the first time the Bison have been swept in a Summit League match and is also IPFW's third straight win over the Bison (11-9, 8-3 Summit League).

The loss knocked North Dakota State out of first place in the Summit League for the first time since their second-place finish in 2007.

Chrissy Knuth paced the Bison with 15 kills.

Tessa McGill added Kills for IPFW (14-8, 9-2).


NDSU (kills-blocks-aces): VandenBergh 1-0-1, McLaughlin 1-0-0, Knuth 15-0-0, Joki 4-2-1, Lamberston 8-0-2, Kissman 0-1-1 (28 assists), Deyle 0-0-0, Dombeck 0-0-0, Henning 0-0-0, Sheridan 0-0-0.

IPFW: Lamberti 8-2-0, McGill 10-1-2, Hook 6-0-3, Parker 4-0-1, Steenhuysen 1-1-0 (34 assists), Schlindwein 13-2-2, Milligan 0-0-0.

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