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IU East improved to 2-0 in the River States Conference.
Volleyball - Sat, Sep. 16, 2017
Carlow (Pa.) (6-7, 0-2)121760
IU East (Ind.) (8-12, 2-0)2525253
Richmond, IN
Carlow (Pa.)Indv. LeadersIU East (Ind.)
3 Players - 4Kills #14 Breanna Kopke - 12
#12 Elizabeth Stadelman - 2Blocks 2 Players (#10,#14) - 5
2 Players (#14,#17) - 9Digs #4 Madison Yoder - 19
#17 Kristina Hudock - 1Aces #11 Taylor McKinney - 5
Carlow (Pa.)Team StatisticsIU East (Ind.)
-0.043Hitting %: 0.275
2.0Blocks: 7.0
37Digs: 50
1Aces: 10

RICHMOND, Ind. - The Indiana University East completed a perfect River States Conference weekend homestand with a 25-12, 25-17, 25-6 victory against Carlow University on Sept. 16 on Lingle Court.

The Red Wolves (8-12) have the early lead in the RSC East Division with a 2-0 league mark. Carlow dropped to 6-7 overall and 0-2 in the conference.


* IU East ran off seven consecutive points to go ahead 10-5 in the first set and would not trail again in any set. Two points in the 7-0 surge came on aces from Taylor McKinney.

* Carlow whittled a 16-10 IU East advantage in the second set down to 18-15, but the Red Wolves regained the momentum on a Celtic service error after a timeout followed by a Bre Kopke block.

* IU East jumped ahead 8-0 to start the third set. Three Red Wolf blocks on the first three Carlow swings of the set sparked the fast start. IU East later won 11 points in a row.


* IU East has won four in a row and five of six.

* IU East posted a season-best in hitting average (.275) and a season low in hitting errors (11).

* The Red Wolves served up a season-best 10 aces, including five from Taylor McKinney and three from Danielle Mitchell.

* Bre Kopke and Maria Brasel combined for 22 kills. Both hit well over .300.

* Madison Yoder made 19 digs.

* Taylor McKinney posted her third kills-digs double-double.

* Sophie Rogers and Bre Kopke both had a hand in five blocks.


"We knew coming in that no matter what happened last night (an emotional win against reigning division champion Point Park on Sept. 15), it all depended on how we played today. We knew we were all tired after a long game yesterday and battling as hard as we did, so we knew we had to come in with the same energy and motivation and make sure we were mentally prepared to come into today ready and focused for the match." - IU East's Taylor McKinney


IU East visits Taylor University on Sept. 20. First serve is at 7 p.m.