The UW-Washington volleyball team won an impressive match against UW-Manitowoc on Monday during Parent’s Night; the final 25-12, 25-18, 19-25, 25-20.
“It was just a wonderful night of team chemistry,” said head coach Deb Butschlick. “Atira Boyce did a great job running the offense. We also connected on out-of-system attacks with Amber Herbst, Courtney Peters and Michaela Millard.”
Amber Herbst led the team with 14 kills, 3 ace serves and 14 digs, Courtney Peters had 10 kills, 1 ace serve and 18 digs Michaela Millard had 8 kills, 2 ace serves and 6 digs. Marisa Moser led the team with 25 digs, 3 ace serves. Atira Boyce had 33 assists for kills, 3 ace serves and 4 kills.
“As a team we averaged 10.25 kills per set and served at 85 percent,” said Butschlick. “We still need to work on better serving strategies to increase our serving accuracy.”
UW-WC’s last match at home is Wednesday, Oct. 12 at 5 p.m. against UW-Sheboygan.
The Lady Wildcats are currently 5 – 1 in the WCC Eastern Division and 11 – 1 overall.