Wayne State volleyball played against Grand Valley State University, sweeping the last three sets to make this WSU's sixth consecutive win, on Nov. 16. 

The Lakers led the first set 9-4, which then turned into a lead of 17-0. The Warriors were able to decrease the shortfall with two kills from junior Olivia Fike and redshirt sophomore Taylor Wagner. However, the Lakers would press on to win 25-21.

During the second set, Fike scored back-to-back points, which gave WSU an advantage of 13-11. Redshirt sophomore Lauren VanderWal executed a kill and gave the Warriors a lead of 16-14. After a spike by Wagner, the score, 22-20, was in the Warrior's advantage. The score eventually became 24-22 — making the Warriors one point away from winning the set — but GVSU broke serve and won 29-27.

In the third set, Fike was able to carry out two kills making the Warriors lead by 6-3. After two errors were called on the Lakers, combined with a kill from VanderWal and an ace from Wagner pushed to score to 11-6. Eventually, after a kill by junior Summer Farris, WSU won the set by 25-15

The last set was 

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It's a good news for WSU volleyball, they should have much more interesting matches than ever / thiet ke noi that can ho 55m2


after covid stop, all sport would come back with much more event >> ping gạch ốp tường mặt tiền

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