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Sat, Aug. 29, 2015 at 6:10 PM - [Volleyball]

Dearborn, MI - The volleyball team fell twice on Saturday in the Earlybird Tournament by losing to Indiana University-South Bend and Georgetown College in straight sets.  For the second consecutive day freshman Shayla Smalls led the Wolverines with 10 kills against IU-South Bend, however there was not another player who had as many as 5 kills in the match.  IU-South Bend had a total of 35 kills to 22 for Michigan-Dearborn who also had 23 attacking errors.  Senior defensive specialist Megan Wright had 17 digs in the loss.    

Sat, Aug. 29, 2015 at 5:45 PM - [Volleyball]

Dearborn, MI - The 15th ranked Madonna Crusaders went undefeated in the 2015 Michigan-Dearborn Earlybrid Volleyball Tournament.  Madonna capped off their perfect weekend by defeating the 11th ranked Georgetown College Tigers and the Judson University Eagles on Saturday.  The 10:00am match between Madonna and Georgetown was a showdown between the tournament's only unbeaten teams and two top-15 teams. Madonna would take the first sets 25-20 and 26-24.  Georgetown bounced back winning the third set 25-21.  In the fourth set, Madonna would win the match by knocking off the Tigers 25-23.  Junior hitters Miranda Fuerst and Nicole Oestrike led the Crusaders with 13 kills and 12 kills respectively. Senior setter Spencer Stokes had 45 assists.  Georgetown senior outside hitter Lauren Schneidtmiller and sophomore outside hitter Jenny Howell each had 18 kills in the loss.

Fri, Aug. 28, 2015 at 11:05 PM - [Volleyball]

Dearborn, MI - The Michigan-Dearborn volleyball team dropped its first two matches of the season at the Michigan-Dearborn Earlybird Tournament on Friday.  The Wolverines opened the season against Spring Arbor University.  The Cougars swept the Wolverines (25-21, 25-16, 25-20) while getting 32 kills to Michigan-Dearborn's 22 kills.  The service game is what really hurt Michigan-Dearborn.  The Wolverines had 12 service errors compared to only 3 service aces.  A bright spot for Michigan-Dearborn was freshman Shayla Smalls who led the team with 9 kills.  

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