Summit League Volleyball: Coyotes Outlast Omaha 3-2

Point, Coyotes

Point, Coyotes

South Dakota players applaud a indicate during a Coyotes’ Summit League volleyball compare with Omaha on Friday during a Sanford Coyote Sports Center in Vermillion.

Brittany Jessen

Brittany Jessen

South Dakota’s Brittany Jessen goes adult for a retard opposite Omaha’s Abby Bergsten during their Summit League volleyball compare on Friday during a Sanford Coyote Sports Center in Vermillion.

Point, Coyotes

Point, Coyotes

South Dakota players applaud a indicate during a Coyotes’ Summit League volleyball compare with Omaha on Friday during a Sanford Coyote Sports Center in Vermillion.

Brittany Jessen

Brittany Jessen

South Dakota’s Brittany Jessen sets a round during a Coyotes’ Summit League volleyball compare with Omaha on Friday during a Sanford Coyote Sports Center in Vermillion.

Mehana Fonseca

Mehana Fonseca

South Dakota’s Mehana Fonseca passes a round during a Coyotes’ Summit League volleyball compare with Omaha on Friday during a Sanford Coyote Sports Center in Vermillion.

Brittany Jessen

Brittany Jessen

South Dakota’s Brittany Jessen executes a back-set during a Coyotes’ Summit League volleyball compare with Omaha on Friday during a Sanford Coyote Sports Center in Vermillion.

Kelly Law

Kelly Law

South Dakota’s Kelly Law attacks opposite a invulnerability of Omaha’s Sydney O’Shaughnessy during their Summit League volleyball compare on Friday during a Sanford Coyote Sports Center in Vermillion.

Battle Above The Net

Battle Above The Net

South Dakota’s Brittany Jessen, right, and Omaha’s Mackenzie Horkey conflict to pull a round to a other side of a net during their Summit League volleyball compare on Friday during a Sanford Coyote Sports Center in Vermillion.

Kelly Law

Kelly Law

South Dakota’s Kelly Law attacks opposite an Omaha blocker during their Summit League volleyball compare on Friday during a Sanford Coyote Sports Center in Vermillion.

Elizabeth Loschen

Elizabeth Loschen

South Dakota’s Elizabeth Loschen attacks opposite a invulnerability of Omaha’s Mackenzie Horkey, 17, and Anan Blaschko during their Summit League volleyball compare on Friday during a Sanford Coyote Sports Center in Vermillion.



Posted: Friday, Nov 3, 2017 11:27 pm

Summit League Volleyball: Coyotes Outlast Omaha 3-2

By Elyse Brightman
Elyse.brightman@plaintalk.net

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VERMILLION — The University of South Dakota fell behind early, nonetheless fought behind to win a five-set thriller to Omaha Friday night during a Sanford Coyote Sports Complex in Vermillion. 

“I’m unequivocally unapproachable of this group for a fact that it wasn’t easy,” pronounced USD conduct manager Leanne Williamson. “They had to courage it out. They had to put a lot into it in sequence to get a win even nonetheless it wasn’t a cleanest effort.”

The Coyotes led for many of a initial set until Omaha took a lead during 14-13 and extended it to 5 during 20-15. The Coyotes scored 6 points to UNO’s 3 to behind within one during 23-22, nonetheless a Mavericks’ invulnerability came adult with a outrageous retard to reason a lead.

Omaha afterwards scored dual some-more points to take a 1-0 lead.

USD continued to route into a second set, nonetheless a kept a opening within three. With a measure 21-17 in preference of Omaha, USD tied a diversion during 22.

UNO took behind a lead until USD’s Hayley Dotseth strike for an ace to tie a diversion again during 24. A retard gave USD a lead during 26-25 followed by a kill from Elizabeth Loschen to a compare during one set each.

Set 3 saw a scored tied 17 times with 8 lead changes all a approach until a 24-24 score. Dotseth again came adult with a kill to give a Coyotes a 26-24 win.

“I consider there was a lot of behind and onward on a initial 4 games adult until a 20’s and afterwards we were means to make a few some-more plays toward a finish of a games,” Williamson said. “I’d favourite to have pushed like that in any game, nonetheless it didn’t utterly work out that way, so we consider it was only some of those tiny things during a finish of a games.”

USD led for many of a fourth set, nonetheless relinquished a lead late in a diversion during 20-19 and UNO would, again, tie a compare during dual sets per side.

The Coyotes came out fighting in a final set with an aggressive commission of 77%, a top of possibly group in a match. USD won a determining diversion 15-9.

“I consider that was a unequivocally heated game,” Williamson said. “I don’t consider it was a cleanest game, and yet, on a flip side Omaha played a unequivocally purify game. we consider they played unequivocally well. They played unequivocally good defensive diversion and done us have to take mixed swings and urge a round mixed times in sequence to get points, so it was a good defensive bid on both sides.”

Brittany Jessen tallied 47 assists in a compare and Dotseth racked adult 22 kills.

USD went for 113 digs to UNO’s 110.

The Coyotes play a final home diversion of a unchanging deteriorate subsequent Friday, Nov 10, during 6 p.m.


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