The Chadron State College volleyball team (4-12, 2-7 RMAC) was swept 25-17, 25-4, and 25-13 by #2 MSU Denver (15-2, 9-0 RMAC) in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference showdown Friday night.
The Roadrunners’ proved why they have one of the best hitting and highest scoring offenses in the nation. They had a total of 49 kills and 11 errors out of 90 total attempts, giving them a .422 hit percentage.
The best set of the night for the Eagles was set one when they scored seven kills and only three errors. Senior outside hitter Alli Keisel was the best player of the set, accounting for two kills and a block assist.
MSU had a nearly perfect performance in set two. They came away with 16 kills and zero errors out of 20 total attempts, resulting in a .800 hitting percentage. They held the Eagles to only four points on the way to that feat.
Set three featured a back-and-forth start between the Eagles and Roadrunners. After CSC made the score 6-6 on a kill by outside hitter Amelia Berg, MSU pulled away by scoring 19 of the next 26 points in the set.
The Eagles will be looking to bounce back Saturday when they face the Colorado Christian Cougars (7-10, 4-5 RMAC), who just got swept by #6 Colorado School of Mines (16-1, 9-0 RMAC).