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Blue Hawks fall to Jamestown

JAMESTOWN -- The Dickinson State volleyball team competed with the University of Jamestown in the first set, narrowly losing 26-24. However, the Jimmies, who are second overall in the North Star Athletic Association, defeated the Blue Hawks 25-14...

JAMESTOWN - The Dickinson State volleyball team competed with the University of Jamestown in the first set, narrowly losing 26-24. However, the Jimmies, who are second overall in the North Star Athletic Association, defeated the Blue Hawks 25-14 and 25-13 in the next two sets, winning 3-0 on Tuesday, Oct. 31.

Senior outside hitter Morgan Hensch led the Jimmies with 10 kills and also added three blocks and one dig. Senior middle blocker Haley Glasoe earned nine blocks and senior setter Whitney King had a team-leading 15 assists.

As for the Blue Hawks, junior Kylie Hadley led the offense with seven kills. She also added five digs. Freshman Sage Collins had five kills and a single block.

Sophomore middle blocker Kennedy Hildebrand had a team-leading four blocks. Junior Makenzie Digesualdo had 11 assists, followed by junior Brianna Holland who had 10.

Jamestown 3, Dickinson State 0

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DSU 24 14 13 0

J 26 25 25 - 3

Kills: DSU, Kylie Hadley 7, Sage Collings 5, Ellie Hanser 4, Shelby Gustafson 3, Shyanne Gilcrist 2, Kennedy Hildebrand 2, Shaylee Singleton 1, Makenzie Digesualdo 1, Sierra Pica 1. J, Morgan Hensch 10, Madison Wendel 8, Isabel Wedell 7.

Blocks: DSU, Hildebrand 4, Haldey 2, Collins 1, Hanser 1. J, Haley Glasoe 9, Wendel 4, Hensch 3.

Aces: DSU, Singleton 1, Alli Hert 1. J, Kori Buchanan 2, Josie Beckman.

Digs: DSU, Brianna Holland 8, Singleton 6, Digesualdo 6, Hadley 5, Hert 4, Gilcrist 3. J, Elise Peterson 14, Wedell 5.

Assists: DSU, Digesualdo 11, Holland 10, Hert 2, Singleton 1, Gustafson 1. J, Whitney King 15, Beckman 12.

Records: DSU 6-17, 3-10 NSAA. J 19-7, 12-2 NSAA.

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