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3-0 Win Over CMU Pushes No. 12 Volleyball Win Streak To Nine

3-0 Win Over CMU Pushes No. 12 Volleyball Win Streak To Nine

GRAND JUNCTION – Led by 16 kills from senior Jackie Stabell, the No. 12 Colorado School of Mines volleyball squad posted a 3-0 victory over RMAC West Division leader, Colorado Mesa, on Friday evening at Brownson Arena in Grand Junction.

The victory pushed Mines' (15-4, 9-1 RMAC) win streak to nine matches, while upping the squad's record away from Lockridge Arena to 4-0. 

The Orediggers claimed the victory behind set scores of 25-18, 25-21 and 25-18. 

Both teams registered seven service errors during the match, while Mines added three blocking errors to the total, but the squad posted a .265 attack percentage compared to a .162 mark by CMU (13-4, 7-2 RMAC).

Stabell posted her 16 kills on a .324 attack percentage while adding nine digs and one block defensively.

Senior Holly Hutchison recorded 10 kills on a .368 hitting clip and Sarah Pekarek logged nine on a .300 attack percentage to lead the Mines offense. 

Freshman and reigning RMAC Setter of the Week Danielle Johnson-Hazlewood added 33 assists and 11 digs for her sixth double-double of the season, while Hannah Margheim notched 10 digs to lead the back line.

Mines will continue on the road tomorrow when the squad faces Fort Lewis at 7 p.m. in Durango.

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