|Dakota State (S.D.)||25||23||12||19||0||1|
|Dakota State (S.D.)||Indv. Leaders||Jamestown (N.D.)|
|#5 Sami Zell - 9||Kills||#3 Jessica Velander - 13|
|#12 Carly Rozell - 5||Blocks||2 Players (#7,#13) - 6|
|#15 Alwaise Villa - 11||Digs||#1 Elise Peterson - 23|
|#15 Alwaise Villa - 3||Aces||2 Players (#9,#10) - 2|
|Dakota State (S.D.)||Team Statistics||Jamestown (N.D.)|
JAMESTOWN-- The 23rd-ranked Jimmie volleyball team took care of Dakota State (S.D.) Saturday afternoon 20-25, 25-23, 25-12, 25-19 in the final match in the historic Hansen Center.
Jamestown won for the 90th time in the last 100 matches at Hansen Center, which will make way for Harold Newman Arena as the new home of Jimmie volleyball.
Madison Wendel (SR/Carrington, N.D.) finished with 9 kills against only two errors for a .368 hitting percentage.
UJ outhit the Trojans .248-.083 in the match, and in the third set enjoyed a .357- (-.120) advantage.
Whitney King (SR/Pierre, S.D.) passed out 21 assists to help the Jimmie offense. Defensively, Elise Peterson (SR/Kasson, Minn.) recorded 23 digs while Josie Beckman (JR/Jamestown, N.D.) and Meghan Orr (SO/Ypsilanti, N.D.) had 12 and 10. Wendel and Haley Glasoe (SR/Wildrose, N.D.) both finished with six blocks.
Dakota State (4-17, 2-4 NSAA) was led by Sami Zell's 9 kills and .174 hitting percentage. Carly Rozell finished with eight kills in the match. Kendra Steffen recorded 14 assists.
Alwaise Villa turned up 11 digs while Rozell's five blocks were a team best.
Jamestown hosts Presentation (S.D.) on Wednesday while Dakota State travels to Viterbo (Wis.) on Friday.