|Final - Volleyball||1||2||3||4||5||F|
|Missouri Valley||Indv. Leaders||Jamestown (N.D.)|
|#3 Emily Dodge - 19||Kills||2 Players (#13,#14) - 15|
|2 Players (#8,#12) - 3||Blocks||#13 Haley Glasoe - 8|
|#10 Katarina Krstonosic - 27||Digs||#16 Meghan Orr - 21|
|3 Players - 1||Aces||2 Players (#6,#8) - 3|
|Missouri Valley||Team Statistics||Jamestown (N.D.)|
|Final - Volleyball||1||2||3||F|
|Midland (Neb.)||Indv. Leaders||Jamestown (N.D.)|
|#13 Priscilla O'Dowd - 14||Kills||#3 Jessica Velander - 8|
|#13 Priscilla O'Dowd - 5||Blocks||#7 Madison Wendel - 4|
|#3 Jessica Nekl - 20||Digs||#16 Meghan Orr - 14|
|#13 Priscilla O'Dowd - 2||Aces||4 Players - 1|
|Midland (Neb.)||Team Statistics||Jamestown (N.D.)|
BELLVUE, Neb.-- The Jimmie volleyball team went 1-1 on the first day of the Premier Labor Day Classic, hosted by Bellevue University.
The 17th-ranked Jimmies fell behind two sets to one against Missouri Valley College in Friday's opener, but rallied to take the final two sets and a 3-2 match win.
Jamestown faced a tough challenge in Friday's second match in the form of No. 4 Midland (Neb.), and the Warriors showed why they are worthy of their top-five ranking, taking care of the Jimmies in three sets.
Haley Glasoe (SR/Wildrose, N.D.) and Morgan Hensch (SR/Fergus Falls, Minn.) each had 15 kills in the UJ victory. Glasoe hit .467 for the match and made just one error in 30 attack attempts. Josie Beckman (JR/Jamestown, N.D.) recorded a double-double, passing out 30 kills and racking up 16 digs. Three other Jimmies had double-figure digs, led by Meghan Orr (SO/Ypsilanti, N.D.)'s 21. Elise Peterson (SR/Kasson, Minn.) added 14 and Isabel Wedell (SO/Ellendale, N.D.) finished with 12.
It was the first loss of the season for Missouri Valley, ending a ten-match winning streak to start the season.
Midland needed just three sets to hand Jamestown its second loss of the season. UJ lost by just two points in the first two sets before falling 25-19 in set three.
Jessica Velander (SR/St. Michael, Minn.) led the way with eight kills and a .368 hitting percentage. The Jimmies struggled to mount a consistent attack, committing 19 errors and hitting just .081 for the match. Whitney King (SR/Pierre, S.D.) had a team-best 12 assists.
Defensively, Orr had 14 digs, Peterson 12, and Wedell 10. Wendel had four total blocks and Conzemius added three.
Jamestown finishes tournament play with two matches on Saturday. The Jimmies will face MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) at 11:00 a.m. and William Woods (Mo.) at 1:00 p.m.