DEARBORN, Mich. – The University of Michigan-Dearborn (6-9, 2-2) volleyball team rallied back after dropping the first set against the University of Northwestern Ohio Racers (7-9, 0-4). Brooke Wetherill led the game with 19 points in a standout performance for the Maize & Blue.
The Racers did not surrender the lead in the opening set as the Wolverines could not get anything working. However, the Wolverines would bounce back, winning the following three sets to win their second league match of the season.
Wetherill led the match with 19 points and was second in kills with 15. The Peoria, Ill. native was efficient in attack, swinging .480 and adding one solo and six block assists. Kielee Tondryk was second on the team with 12 kills and 13.5 points. Regan Rose continued her astounding week, accruing 41 assists with a .456 percentage.
The Wolverines take on Concordia (Mich.) on Wednesday (Sept 21) at 7 p.m. inside Cardinal Fieldhouse.