Evangel and Baker went point for point in almost every set on Tuesday evening. Wildcat sophomore Savannah Smith led the offensive and defensive attack with 19 kills and 16 digs. Setter Jana Boss chipped in with 52 assists.
Sydney Pemberton, a 6-3 transfer from Johnson County Community College, made her Baker debut by adding 13 kills in the contest.
“Adding Sydney adds a whole new dimension to our team,” said Baker assistant coach Matt Windle. “She’s definitely someone who can make this team go a lot further.”
SCOUTING THE OPPONENT
Culver-Stockton College dropped its last match on Sept. 17 to Clarke University (Iowa), 3-0. Offensively, the Wildcats are led by Catie Shue, who averages 2.1 kills per set. Kallie Sinkus anchors the defense with 3.9 digs per set.
Baker’s Brooke Pryor ranks fifth nationally with 261 total kills. Christina Delladio is seventh nationally with 84 total blocks, and Jana Boss ranks No. 9 with 624 total assists.
LIVE AUDIO AND VIDEO
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