Warrior Volleyball Breaks into Nation’s Top 25 for First Time Since 2016

Warrior Volleyball Breaks into Nation’s Top 25 for First Time Since 2016

KANSAS CITY, Missouri – For the first time since Sept. 20, 2016, the Lewis-Clark State Volleyball team has been voted into the nation’s top 25. After dominating conference play the last two weeks, the Warriors garnered 117 points and are ranked No. 24.

LC State Volleyball is currently on a seven-match winning streak, including upset wins over then No. 16 Montana Tech, No. 18 Providence and No. 16 Rocky Mountain College. The Warriors have dropped just two sets in the span to win 21 of 23 sets.

Junior outside hitter Morgan Ness was voted the Frontier Conference Attacker of the Week after tallying 19 kills against the Battlin’ Bears to tie the Warriors with RMC at the top of the Frontier Conference leader board. With last Saturday’s sweep of Montana Western, the Warriors are now in sole possession of first place in the conference.

The Warriors wrap up the regular-season this week on the road. They take on Carroll in Helena, Mont. on Friday at 6 p.m. PT before concluding the season with No. 17 Montana Tech in Butte, Mont. on Saturday at 1 p.m. PT.

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