CSC Volleyball Heads To Durango

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Chadron State College volleyball heads on the road this weekend to play in a weekend pod against Fort Lewis and Colorado Christian. Both matches will be played on Saturday, March 20 with the first match against Fort Lewis at 11 a.m. and the second match against Colorado Christian at 2 p.m.
 
Due to COVID concerns, no spectators will be permitted at the event.
 
Fort Lewis (4-7 overall, 4-7 RMAC) currently sits at eighth in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and will face the Eagles after coming off a loss to No. 23 Regis, 0-3.
 
The Eagles are one game behind overall and in league play at 3-8 (2-7 RMAC).
 
Offensively, the Cougars have 469 kills and are averaging 11.4 points per set while the Eagles have 401 kills and are averaging 9.5 kills per set. Fort Lewis’s lone senior, Alexa Treguboff of Peoria, Ariz., leads the Skyhawks with 118 kills followed closely behind by Madi Nash of Tucson, Ariz., who has 93 kills on the season.
 
Avynn La Rose, Kendall Deeter, and Cameron Callahan have 16, 14, and 13 blocks on the season respectively which combine to over half of the team’s blocks.
 
Kamryn Lopez, a sophomore defensive specialist from Albuquerque, N.M., has the most digs for Fort Lewis at 148 and an average of 3.7 per set.
 
Colorado Christian (3-8 overall, 3-6 RMAC) is coming off of a win against Western Colorado since their matchup versus Regis was postponed.
 
As a team, CCU has 475 kills and has allowed 486. Senior outside hitter Jacey Johnson of Rosalia, Wash., has 86 of those kills while senior middle hitter Jasa Scheierman of Aurora, Neb., has 82. Senior setter Maddie Burns of Arvada, Colo. is her team’s assist leader with 346.
 
Christa Tucker, a junior defensive specialist from Caledonia, Wis., doubles her teammates with 132 digs, an average of 3.57 per set. Scheierman also doubles her teammates with 30 total blocks on the season.
 
In comparison, the Eagles are led by sophomore Lexi Hurtado with 85 kills, junior Breshawna Kelly with 231 assists, senior Karli Noble with 169 digs, and senior Chandler Hageman and Rhiannon Nez tied with 36 total blocks.
 
Following the weekend, the matchup against South Dakota Mines will be the last of the season before the RMAC championships. The match will be in Rapid City, S.D., and will start at 7 p.m.

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